When in Tokyo, Fuglen (“the Bird” in Norwegian) is the place to visit. Serving the finest espresso with a distinguished world class barista style, the Norwegians have become famous for. In the evening the trendy espressobar transforms into a cool meeting place for people to enjoy fabulous hand crafted cocktails in relaxed yet trendy surroundings. We wanna go to Tokyo!
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Norwegian barista Tim Wendelboe is not only the 2004 World Barista Champion and 2005 World Cup Tasting Champion.
He has also founded the Tim Wendelboe micro roastery, a coffee training centre and an espresso bar, with the goal to be “among the best coffee roasteries and espresso bars in the world and to be a preferred supplier of quality coffee and a preferred resource for coffee innovation and coffee knowledge.”
© Tim Wendelboe making a capuccino in his Oslo based coffee bar and shop
When visiting Oslo you should stop by Tim Wendelboe to learn and experience good honest coffee, have a chat about coffee and get advice on how to best brew your coffee. They also offer coffee making course.
Tim Wendelboe is located at Grünersgate 1 in the trendy area of Grünerløkka in Oslo, Norway. Visit Tim Wendelboe at www.timwendelboe.no
Also check out How to make a perfect Cafe Latte over at the Little Scandinavian Blog.