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Aoibhín’s Top 5: Favourite cups of coffee in Clare

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THERE’S nothing better than a perfect cup of coffee, especially on these dark winter mornings (or any time of the day, to be fair).

Whether its a fancy coffee concoction, a classic cappuccino or a plain and simple Americano, we have come a long way from the humble cup of instant home brew.

So if you’re looking for the best places for a cuppa in Clare, our resident ‘Love Clare’ columnist Aiobhin Garrihy has you covered with her top five favourite coffee haunts.

 

1. DODI, Lahinch: This little seaside gem is home to a unique blend of carefully chosen artisan coffee, Roasted Brown, served to perfection. A flat white, a sunny day and a surf… what more could you ask for?

 

DODI, Lahinch
DODI, Lahinch

 

2. The Cheese Press, Ennistymon: Fair trade, fluoride free, specialised Anam coffee with an eco friendly message and a super friendly welcome, The Cheese Press will have you high on life, not just caffeine!

 

The Cheese Press, Ennistymon
The Cheese Press, Ennistymon

 

3. The Pantry, Kilkee: The coffee is good, particularly after a brisk coastal walk…but the delicious array of freshly baked accompaniments are the pièce de résistance.

 

The Pantry, Kilkee
The Pantry, Kilkee

 

4. The Wooden Spoon, Killaloe: Grab and go or take a cosy window seat and allow the delicious Badger and Dodo coffee at The Wooden Spoon kick start your day the right way!

 

The Wooden Spoon, Killaloe
The Wooden Spoon, Killaloe

 

5. Tea and Garden Rooms, Ballyvaughan: Coffee and Cake…what’s not to love. This quaint little cottage is the perfect little haven to hang out with a book, enjoy the beautiful gardens and sip away on a creamy latte and chocolate cake! Divine.

 

Tea and Garden Rooms, Ballyvaughan
Tea and Garden Rooms, Ballyvaughan

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