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Kaffismiðja Íslands

Kaffismiðja Íslands

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Published February 17, 2011

Old fashioned charm is the style of Kaffismiðja, in everything from the decor to the coffee grinders. Off the beaten track, this popular coffee shop is a great spot to sit and read or have a chat with friends. The owners Ingbörg and Sonja take great pride in the beans they use and the coffee is top notch. You can buy freash grounds too, in case you just can’t get enough. EF
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