Eliscaffe

It is time to forget every other caffe bar, every so called coffee/latte guru that is proud of his milk foam dolphin. Now we are talking about Eliscaffe - first coffee bar in Croatia and specialty coffee roastery focused on only one thing - coffee!

Eliscaffe bar was opened on 7th September 2005, while Eliscaffe roastery opened its door about 4 years later. Since then Eliscaffe imports, roasts and distributes coffee on their own. Since then they are mentioned around the world as a quality place to enjoy a cup of coffee and got several awards every year. Why is it so?

The best coffee in Zagreb

Nik Orosi, the owner, is a passionate barista, coffee nerd and a guy who will talk to you about coffee on a whole different level. His specific view what coffee represents in everyday life made Eliscaffe a very special place. A place where you can experience coffee as a drink, not a reason to sit, enjoy the view and spend some time outside of the flat. Coffee is science here - weight of the grain, length, width, seconds to roast, cook - everything matters. Remember that scene from "Breaking bad" with Walt and Gale in an underground lab? Exactly, with less meth though. Science, b***h!

Not only in Eliscaffe

Eliscaffe coffee is available in other bars in Zagreb, but there is a quality control to meet the standards of quality. If you find Eliscaffe coffee somewhere else, you are drinking high quality made coffee or it wouldn't be on the menu.

Coffee on demand

Another important difference from your usual cafe bars is that you can purchase their coffee (whole grain or grinded) on site.


Menu

ELISCAFFE Ilica 63 street:​

ESPRESSO 13kn

DOUBLE ESPRESSO 22 kn

TRIESTINO (aka Cortado) 14 kn

MAROCCHINO (aka Mokka) 16 kn

CAPPUCCINO / CAPPUCCINO SOY 15/20 kn

CAFFELATTE / CAFFELATTE SOY 18/23 kn

POUR OVER / IMMERSION 32 kn



Address & contact details

Street: Ilica 63

Postcode: 10000

City: Zagreb


E-Mail: info@eliscaffe.com

Website: http://www.eliscaffe.com/

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