I mentioned earlier that Latin American coffeehouses tend to stay open later than their American counterparts, but the flip-side to this is that many of them open later in the morning, too.

Same is true around the world, and that fact has cost me the opportunity to enjoy coffee from more than a few cafes. Fortunately Cafe Revolucion opened by 8:30 AM, thus giving me the opportunity to try one more of Medellin's excellent coffee offerings.

I had an excellent V60-brewed cup from a roaster called Cafe Sostenible Ocaso, and I continue my streak that I began last year in Bogota, of finding coffee from the best Colombian cafes to be superb.

Smallish space, but with the usual amenities--outlets, wifi, and, much to my liking, tall tables where I could stand and work.
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