Café Devoción, Chapinero

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BOGOTA | Café Devoción is a Colombian specialty coffee company whose name will be recognisable to New York coffee connoisseurs, with their being three locations in that city, however the cafe where it all started is actually in Colombia itself, on the ground floor of the Hilton hotel in Bogota.

Café Devoción was founded in 2006 by Miami-based (at the time) Steven Sutton, who was working for a Colombian coffee bean distributor. He noticed that nobody was working directly with Colombian growers and farms, so decided to fill the gap in the market himself. The coffee served at Devoción is exclusively sourced from Colombian growers, and is roasted within ten to thirty days of being harvested. Everything is sourced ethically, and farmers are paid a fair price for their beans.

Most days you’ll find 17 different varieties of coffee on offer, mostly single origin, all with unique taste profiles. Depending on the qualities of the bean, you’ll be able to get it brewed either espresso, siphon, pour over, French Press, or cold brew. The result is some of the highest quality, best tasting coffee in Bogota, the really showcases the diverse coffee growing regions of the country.

The space itself is designed to resemble a 1890s era New York pharmacy, and features lots of wood, tiles, and paraphernalia. As well as coffee, there’s an assortment of cakes and pastries on offer, along with breakfast and lunch dishes. You can also purchase coffee beans to take home.

Café Devoción

Carrera 7 #72-41
Bogotá
Colombia

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Open
Mon – Sun: 7:00am to 9:00pm

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