The 8 Best Specialty Coffee Shops in Madrid 2024

The 8 Best Specialty Coffee Shops in Madrid 2024


Madrid is well known for its museums, parks, monuments, gastronomy… Do you know what else both Madrilenians and tourists love? Its specialty coffee shops!

Of course, only a few can be considered the best specialty coffee shops in Madrid, and we’re going to reveal them to you!

Which are the most famous specialty coffee shops in Madrid?

We won’t make you wait any longer, let’s see which specialty coffee shops you must visit at least once if you’re in Madrid!

EatMyTrip Malasaña

At our Malasaña location, you can try a wide variety of specialty coffees accompanied by delicious brunches made with the best ingredients. Would you like to try a Latte? Or the authentic Americano coffee? How about a Flat White? Or do you dare to try our Barbie Chai Latte?

If you’re in the area, come to Manuela Malasaña Street 17, we’ll be waiting for you!

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Naji Specialty Coffee

In the Chamberi District, if you’re on Cardenal Cisneros Street, walk to number 39 where the incomparable Pistachio Latte awaits you. Combining coffee with a double portion of cream and grated pistachio, the flavor slowly descends the palate as it fuses in our stomach.

Thanks to this blend, Naji Specialty Coffee gained recognition from the Financial Times, being named the most inventive coffee shop in Europe.

Pink Bourbon Espresso Bar

Located on Diego de León Street 41 in the Salamanca district, their star coffee is the Freddo, where they fuse creamy milk whipped with whole ice cubes.

The ice melts slowly, preserving the integrity of the coffee, allowing us to enjoy a cold coffee without losing flavor or consistency. And you know what’s best? Each coffee is served in handmade cups from Denmark.

Lilo Brunch

What makes the specialty coffee at this brunch spot located at Libertad Street number 3 so special? Nothing less than its origin: The coffee is grown at 1,800 meters above sea level in Peru, offering a pleasant experience that combines a fruity flavor with toasted spices and roasted almonds. Prefer something sweeter and more succulent?

Then don’t miss the opportunity to try their Chocowaffle Latte, which combines coffee with hazelnut syrup, a waffle square, coconut whipped cream, crunchy almond topping, and the final touch: Melted chocolate.

Geisha Specialty Coffee

Don’t be fooled by the name; here you won’t try anything Japanese. Their specialty coffees are of Colombian and Ethiopian origin. The secret of their flavor lies in roasting them at a specific temperature in small batches to ensure quality.

Their filtered coffees are the most popular; if you want to try them, you should head to Navas de Tolosa Street 6.

Hola Coffee

With its name already welcoming you to one of their establishments. One is located at Lagasca Street 24 (Salamanca District) while the other is at Doctor Fourget Street 33 in the central district.

What makes them special? Their Pumpkin Spice Latte, which blends pumpkin coffee made with natural ingredients and high-quality coffee. And for the more daring, you can try coffees from different parts of the world such as Brazil, Colombia, Kenya, and Puerto Rico.

Umami Specialty Coffee

What made this establishment on Alameda Street 1 become one of the most visited specialty coffee shops by tourists and Madrilenians?

Without a doubt, their Pink Latte, which combines a variety of flavors with a subtle touch of beetroot giving it a sweet flavor and its particular pink color.

Where to drink specialty coffee in Madrid?

East Crema Coffee

This coffee chain has no less than 8 locations in Madrid, spread across the Central District, Salamanca District, and Chamberi District. With their selection of coffee beans from Ethiopia, Colombia, and Myanmar, you have the opportunity to taste their Espresso Macchiato, which stands out for its balanced flavor and intensity.

Want to try something more exotic? Order an Ethiopia Gugi coffee that will not leave you indifferent with its blend of chocolate, vanilla, and red fruits.

We look forward to seeing you at EatMyTrip Brunch & Cocktail!

Are you going to be in the La Latina neighborhood of Madrid? It will be a pleasure to serve you at our establishment on Moreira Street 11, where you can enjoy a specialty coffee, a smoothie, or relax with a small brunch before continuing your tour.

Would you like us to have your table ready? Of course! Just click the button to make your reservation, and it will be ready at the time you indicate.