Cafe San Alberto, Centro

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CARTAGENA | Cafe San Alberto was one of the first third wave coffee shops to open in Cartagena, and continues to be one of the best places to grab a coffee in the city today.

What makes Cafe San Alberto different than many other coffee shops is that they source all their coffee from a single farm, which is linked with the cafe. The farm, which has been run by the same family for three generations, is Hacienda San Alberto, located in the Province of Quindío. The ethically grown beans are very high quality and have won many awards over the years, domestically and internationally.

The cafe itself is quite small, with a few comfy couches, seats and tables, relaxing music and free WiFi. You can get your coffee brewed however you like, be it espresso, filter, or something else like Chemex and Aeropress. In fact, San Alberto are the sole Colombian distributors of Hario and Chemex.

If you’re hungry, there’s a small selection of pastries and cakes on offer.

Also note that there’s a second Cafe San Alberto inside Cartagena’s Gold Museum.

Cafe San Alberto

Carrera 4 #34-1
Cartagena
Bolivar
Colombia

Telephone: +57 318 7964457
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 9:00am to 7:30pm

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