Monday, 12 June 2017

Shakerato at Café Atelier
Once Upon a Time


Caffè Shakerato
Iced coffee, shaken, not stirred


How to make Caffè Shakerato:
Put freshly brewed espresso coffee
in a Martini shaker, add some ice-cubes,
and shake, shake, shake, until the coffee's ice-cold


I prefer it without sugar,
but it's not against the law to add some.
Whichever you prefer, it will be the best-tasting iced coffee ever


Café Atelier
Pop-Up Coffee Bar and Süssmund Roasters
at The Brickmakers Ale & Cider House
Monday through Friday 8 AM to 4 PM
Florentine & Benedict Sunday Brunch 10 AM to 3 PM
Zieglergasse 42 (off Mariahilfer Strasse)
7th District (Neubau)

Update 29 June 2016: Café Atelier appears to be permanently closed.
Images and Text © by Merisi

25 comments:

  1. Merisi, the pop up caffe looks like a refreshing spot. I love the shake, shake, shake instruction that will lead to delicious iced coffee. I also prefer my iced coffee without sugar, but with a touch of sunshine.

    xo

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    1. Sunshine's always great! ;-)
      I knew shakerato from Rome, but this was my first in Vienna.

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  2. POP UP CAFES...................such an odd concept to me!
    ADORE ICED COFFEE!

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    1. The coffee shop literally "pops up" in the anteroom of a pub. The pub is closed during the day, but has all the accoutrements for a great coffee place.

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  3. The coffee looks elegant in that wine glass. Can we call it a wine glass now, I wonder?

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    1. Maybe we should contact Riedel and suggest a shakerato glass? ;-)

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  4. I'd at least give it a try, though I'm not usually one for coffee.

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    1. Great espresso is essential, only then will the iced coffee be as delightful as Atelier's (on a par with what I know from that great coffee nation south of the border). ;-)

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  5. All fab pictures Merisi, the first and last, the still life's are my favourites though both very cool..

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  6. Yum! If you are not in advertising you ought to be!

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  7. A very cool place! Iced coffee in a wine glass is very classy!

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    1. Everything about that coffee is classy, from beans to baristas to shakerato! ;-)

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  8. The elegance of your captures is amazing. Thank you

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  9. This sounds delicious! Perfect for the hot weekend ahead.

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  10. One day..... I will drink coffee and eat cakes in your beautiful city!
    As always, beautiful and delicate images..... I just want to jump on a plane just NOW.

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    1. May your wish come true, soon! :-)

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  11. Lovely to see these bright contemporary spaces. Vienna in summer remains so very high on my travel wish-list - a wish fed entirely by your fabulous pictures!

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  12. me too .. black no sugar ...

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  13. I, too, like iced coffee, various way. I also like vodka martini, stirred, not shaken!!

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  14. I like iced coffee as you present it here, but in Germany what you usually get is coffee with a scoop of ice cream in it, which is a bit weird.

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