I don’t drink coffee very often, so I could not judge one special Kenia blend from the other. But walking down Müllerstrasse in Wedding near the town hall, there was often a delicious smell of freshly-roasted coffee beans seemingly coming from nowhere. Until I discovered the nondescript shop right next to the town hall, which had its own little coffee roaster sitting in the window, with a small vent puffing out coffee steam now and then.
Inside, it also does not look like much, but the products on offer and the coffee (the coffee!) are well worth the visit. There’s small sales counter with a clearly arranged array of cakes, biscuits and sandwiches (all locally sourced and produced) and a few chairs along the wood-panelled wall. In spring and summer they also have a few outdoor tables facing busy Müllerstrasse. But as I said, come for the coffee, made from a glistening espresso machine behind the counter. I couldn’t say if this is the best coffee in Berlin (I’m no coffee traveller), but it definitively is the best in Wedding. Oh, and if you like the blend they’ve just produced, you can also take the beans home.