INSTAGRAM – The symbol du jour of the indie set? An overhead shot of a perfectly pulled espresso drink. Our favorite global coffee feeds are full of gorgeous lighting, perfect milk art, and cool people behind the counter.
COMING UP NEXT WEEK: FOR BUSINESS, WITH PLEASURE
InstaTrip is a Sunday roundup of the best Instagram photos of the travel theme we're featuring that week. Next up: For Business, with Pleasure. Tag your best photos from past business trips with #FathomInstatrip before Friday. We'll publish the best ones we find on Fathom.
Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, but most of it gets exported to everywhere else in the world. Want to drink a truly local cup? Head to Azahar Coffee in Bogota.
Caravan is a London mainstay, with shops in King's Cross and Exmouth Market. But it's their roastery account that's worth following, with behind the scenes shots of sourcing trips and staff cuppings.
Everybody loves Stumptown (and their account is also worth a follow) but there's more to the Portland coffee scene. Heart Roasters in Southwest uses their Instagram to profile their farmers and beans and to show what's new around the shop.
Holy moly! Get to know the crew behind the counter at Paris's best third-wave coffee shop.
There's more to Instagram than pretty overhead shots of coffee and food... but we're not quite sure what it is. Feast your eyes on Denver's Huckleberry Roasters account.
The shop in Venice, California, keeps it playful, on Instagram and off.
We're not quite sure what the name of this Bangkok cafe means, but one look at their gorgeous feed and it doesn't matter.
There are some that would argue that Australia is the center of the coffee renaissaince. We're choosing not to pick sides, but the feed of the cafes in Surry Hills and Botany, New South Wales, makes us want to book a flight just in case.
It's all about community for Strauss in Brisbane.
Baristas and roasters can be rock stars in St. Louis, too!
The Tokyo cafe has a feed so sweet, you won't need a pastry to go with your cuppa.
Follow this Bali cafe's feed for a chance to people watch without leaving your couch.
The bright shots on this Seoul feed are all stunning, but we especially love the pop of color on the rim of this espresso cup.
The Australian-owned cafe in New York City's Chinatown has been taking the city by storm. You might not even need to follow their feed (all the style-setters you already follow take their #dailycortado here), but we would anyway for the signature striped straws and blue-rimmed plates.