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Taste the roasteries of the Norwegian coffee champions

Some of Norway’s most talented baristas and roasteries are going head to head at food expo SMAK 2017.

Published 7 February 2017
Last edited 11 August 2017


The food expo SMAK 2017 is where the national coffee championships are taking place, with events ranging from Classic Barista to Brewer’s Cup.

A coffee bar is also in place, offering a taste of no less than 11 Norwegian roasteries. For those who are not attending the expo, here’s how you can still get a taste of some of the best coffee in the country:

Tim Wendelboe


We are open today until 17:00

Et bilde publisert av Tim Wendelboe (@timwendelboe)

Coffeehouse and roastery situated in Oslo’s Grünerløkka district, regularly featured among the recommendations when international magazines and newspapers are directing their traveling readers towards good coffee. Recently, Travel and Leisure listed this as one of the prime examples of the Norwegian capital’s excellent coffee culture, noting that owner Wendelboe “is so obsessed with quality beans that he bought 17 acres of Colombian farmland”.

Supreme Roastworks

Along with Tim Wendelboe, Supreme Roastworks is another Travel and Leisure recommendation, owing to the fact that world champion brewer Odd-Steinar Tøllefsen is the man running the Grünerløkka coffeehouse and roastery.



Open lab friday 10.00-13.00. Serving this weeks roast. Welcome 💫 @fotonyhall

Et bilde publisert av Jacu (@jacucoffeeroastery)

A roastery based in Ålesund. While they do not have their own coffeehouse, they do open their doors in Parkgata 18A every Friday between 10 AM and 1 PM to serve coffee that has been roasted during the week.

Black Cat


Endelig weekend. Ser frem til lang lunsj! #blackcatkaffeogtehus #godhelg #coffeetime

Et bilde publisert av Black Cat Kaffe og Tehus (@blackcatkaffeogtehus)

A retailer with long traditions, selling both coffee and tea from their Oslo store situated in Grensen 3. This company has been selling coffee since 1905, the same year Norway got its royal family.

Solberg & Hansen

This roastery has a concept store in the Mathallen food hall in Oslo. Along with coffee beans and equipment, visitors can also try out different tastes and acquire some coffee wisdom from the knowledgeable staff.


Not all roasteries stick close to the city. Langøra roast their coffee inside an old and tiny red storehouse (or “stabbur”) at Hjelseng Farm in Stjørdal. They sell their coffee through their webshop, at fairs and through coffeehouses like Hendrix Ibsen in Oslo and Blue Bird Kaffebar in Stavanger.



Howdy folks, sorry to say but we are closing at 15 today. See you tomorrow! #truthhurts

Et bilde publisert av Kaffa Roastery (@kaffaroastery)

This roastery and tasting lab in Oslo offers regular coffee classes for budding baristas, while selling their beans through cozy places like Java and Fuglen in Oslo, and Verdensteatret in Tromsø.



@imfreda is staying with us this week and we are cupping coffees from different roasteries

Et bilde publisert av LIPPE (@lippekaffe)

Coffee equipment store and micro roastery Temperato, the company the Lippe coffee brand, is based in Holmlia in Oslo where they also sometimes offer tastings. Their coffee is also available through the Steam Kaffebar coffeehouse chain in Oslo and Stavanger.


While Norð have multiple locations where you can eat or drink coffee in Oslo, the place where they focus most strongly on coffee is their Norð Grünerløkka coffeehouse in Thorvald Meyers gate 72b. Here, you can participate in cuppings of new arrivals from their roastery and barista classes, as well as buy coffee equipment and filters.

Den Gyldne Bønne

This roastery is located on Vøyenenga in Bærum, and is available to taste at places like Jøndal Gårdsbakeri in Eidsvoll and Rå Smak in Asker.



fan va #kaffe jag bryggt idag

Et bilde publisert av 👋 sanna (@sannavanno)

Coffee producer Pals are mostly about supplying cafes, coffeehouses, bakeries, restaurants, hotels and the like with coffee. However, they do offer both beginner’s and advanced coffee classes from their factory outlet over at Pilestredet in Oslo.

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