Romans like their coffee strong, fast, and burning hot. And when it’s done the traditional way Italian coffee is really really good So, this is where to drink the best coffee in Rome Although there are many great baristas in Rome, there are a few places where
they make next level coffee. Buongiorno! I’m Giulio, your coffee expert. Let me show you one of the best places
where to get espresso Come with me! Bar San Calisto will show you the true roman way of life. It’s one of the only bars in Italy’s capital city where design doesn’t matter. For decades, it hasn’t changed a thing! It’s famous for its chocolate but they also serve some fine coffee. Always remember before sipping to have a proper stir of your coffee. We want now to mix the crema,
the essential oil, and the water in order to express the proper taste of the blend itself. Enjoy! Moving on, just around the corner
of the famous Pantheon, you’ll find Caffè Sant’ Eustachio Looking from the outside, it doesn’t seem anything great but many people claim that Caffè Sant’ Eustachio serves the best coffee in the world. It has a wide selection of coffee and the thick crema that tops their espresso is top secret! They also sell coffee beans and a variety of pastries. It’s located at an unusually quiet little square in the middle of Rome, so go here for a little break while sightseeing! And our final place where to enjoy a great coffee
is not far from here. You only have to cross the square
in front of the Pantheon. Do take some time for this, because this place can get crowded. When you made it, enter La Casa del Caffe Tazza d’Oro which is founded in 1944. This place is famous for their granita di caffe: iced coffee which is perfect for a hot day. But they also have an incredible espresso and an even better cappuccino! Oh yeah, and if you like to drink cappuccino, do not miss Giulio’s tip on how to drink it the Italian way.