La Paz is not yet a serious coffopolis. New, trendy and oddly named, this small café tucked inside one of the Bolivian capital’s best-known bookshops, Gisbert, is by some measure the nicest place to rest when the teeming pavements of downtown – or the thin air – wear you out. Old typewriters honour the craft of the author, and skilled baristas turn out steamed, dripped, nitro and pressed brews, using excellent beans from the sultry Yungas region.

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