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The best ways to celebrate World Coffee Day in Dubai

What do you think? More like to imagine fuel. The answer to the question ‘who governs the world?’ should be females and… coffee. If you’re among the many who regards brown bean juice to be liquid gold, here are all the places and situations in Dubai where you can celebrate the International Day of Coffee.

Tashas Café

The recently showed mocha and vanilla slice cake at tashas café is pure decadence and will fulfil all of your sugar needs. It’s inspired by the original tiramisu, with layers of coffee-infused cheesecake and tiramisu cream topped with a coffee caramel sauce. Everything is yours for Dhs56.


Gourmandises has coffee stations set up together with Lavazza where you can dig into the fundamentals and learn how to produce creative shapes and, of course, a cup of coffee. The nitro-infused cold brew towers offer a unique touch with tastes like passion fruit and coconut.

The Duck Hook, Hillhouse Brasserie, The Bolt Hole and Trattoria

From October 1 to 7, these award-winning restaurants will serve a variety of creative espresso martini flavours invented by mixologists, either singly or as a collection of five. Salted caramel, orange espresso, filthy chai, peppermint, and gingerbread are among the flavours available. The price for one is Dhs35, Dhs95 for three, and Dhs150 for five.

From October 1 to 7, The Duck Hook, Hillhouse Brasserie, The Bolt Hole, and Trattoria will be open at different locations.

Sahn Eddar

This one is all about the good life. Celebrate the day in style with the renowned gold cappuccino at Sahn Eddar, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, created with 100% Arabic beans, foamed milk, and 24-carat gold. The drink is topped off by a grand cru guanaja, a gold-sprinkled chocolate marshmallow.

 Café Java

From 2pm to 4pm, consumers may treat themselves to their favourite coffee-flavored products – whether it’s a traditional espresso, creamy cappuccino, or a refreshing cold brew – at Café Java for just Dhs1. The offer is available from October 1 through October 3.

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