The other week at Roasters Home in Poble Nou, I had a coffee so good, I forgot what I was saying with my first sip and with the last, I felt a euphoria that kept me bouncing through the city all day.
It’s no wonder that this is the coffee that did that, Nomad Coffee, specifically that being brewed at Roasters Home, seems set to become Barcelona’s equivalent to The Barn (the Berlin roastery) or London’s Climpson & Sons Coffee.
In the past few months, Nomad has been gaining considerable ground over its peers; Right Side, Onna’s and El Magnifico. Their map shows their coffee is being used in over 15 locations in the city. They already had the beautiful Nomad Coffee Lab and Shop but now Jordi Mestre has his roaster on show and plenty of space to store his coffee bean filled burlaps.
It’s a stark space. There is a palate that relies mostly on a grey colour. There are distressed frames with the paint cracked an peeling. With nothing whatsoever to distract you from the reason, you are there: to sample some mind-altering coffee.
See this and more addresses on my Foodie in Barcelona Map
Carrer de Pujades, 95
08005 Poble Nou