4 Spotify Playlists To Help Make Your Home A Coffee Shop


That’s what 1.7 BILLION looks like as a number.

That’s how many cups of coffee the UK Consume each year and it’s growing! We now have influences from Australia and New Zealand pouring into London and making it’s way through the rest of the UK.

Wouldn’t you say that you are a bit fussier about your coffee now?

And now you don’t even have to leave the house to get your morning latte!

So why not go for it and add in a little music to the event of making your coffee and either dance around the kitchen on your own or really impress friends and family when they come over expecting some Nescafe Gold stirred into some water.

Here are our top 4 Spotify Playlists for creating that wonderful coffee shop atmosphere at home!


1. Coffee Shop by elizabethandharriethttps://open.spotify.com/user/elizabethandharriet/playlist/7sOmUq8iaxiUbyFMAXWHf1

This is one of the first ones that pops up on Spotify expect over 500 songs and 36 hours of music ranging from modern day classics through to Louis Armstrong and Ray Charles.

2. Coffee Shop by amittenzweyhttps://open.spotify.com/user/amittenzwey/playlist/5NGEYPuKqPkEVAfA238Iid

Mostly hanging around the 70’s and 80’s you can expect a lot of Fleetwood Mac and The Supremes in this 9 hour playlist. However there will be the odd throw in of Bombay Bicycle Club and the likes to add a slightly more modern touch

3. Coffee Shop Playlist by Josephine Leehttps://open.spotify.com/user/1218300333/playlist/2RnuqG7BD04JmWwFFoEVlX

Be prepared for a wet and windy day sat by the window drinking your coffee for this one. Full of slow, beautifully haunting songs from people like Kina Grannis and Norah Jones, this 294 song playlist will keep you warm and smily throughout.


4. Indie Coffee Shop by Maca Samperhttps://open.spotify.com/user/1299738606/playlist/3oLipPo1oeGJC8oRBK4pLx

A very solid, as it says on the tin playlist of 162 songs here.  Expect Passenger, Angus and Julia Stone, The National and London Grammar all on one playlist here. A great, upbeat mix to really add a little jump to your coffee extracting time – you can expect any attempt at latte art to be a bit wobbly.

We are always looking for our customers to tell us what they are listening to at the moment so please comment below or post to us on social media what you are listening to now and we will look to make a giant playlist for 2016 and see what kind of craziness we end up with.

I am going to be putting all of Gabrielle Aplin’s back catalogue on there for a start!