Travel and Leisure Southeast Asia

Brew North

WHEN WE THINK OF the standard-bearer for café culture in this half of the world, credit usually goes to Australia. But this ignores their southern sister’s love of a good brew: surveys have shown that New Zealand has more roasters per capita than any other country, and is the 13th largest coffee consumer in the world, ahead of the U.S. and Australia. And while it’s said that Wellington has more cafés per capita than New York City, it’s New Zealand’s fourth-largest town, Hamilton, that caffeine addicts should make a beeline for.

Though far from being a major tourist hub, Hamilton does have a handful of attractions—notably the celebrated. But it’s Hamilton’s burgeoning high-quality coffee scene that is set to rival the rest of the country.

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