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313 Orchard Road
#01-14/15 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

It feels more liquid-y, not much milk and yet the coffee flavor is kind of subtle. There is some hint of the blend at the end of the sip but that is all. They do have a long way to go to reach the Kyoto branches' standard.
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• Latte [$7]

With all the hype from Tokyo 🇯🇵 to Singapore 🇸🇬, it is now my turn to have a taste of % Arabica! ✌🏻✌🏻✌🏻 This Japan % Arabica Blend Single Shot ($8) might be the most expensive café latte I’ve seen, but is it worth the indulgence? YES. ✔
Of mixed varietal, this cuppa boasts of intense strong flavours & high sweetness. 😋😋😋 Extremely smooth & creamy, it is a perfect blend of coffee & milk, giving you that robust coffee fragrance in every sip! 💯
Probably not your everyday cuppa ☕ due to the higher price tag but definitely worth a drink every now & then! 💕

This coffee was super hyped up so I finally tried it! Maybe it’s because I’m not that discerning, but I really couldn’t tell the difference between their standard roast and say, a cup of coffee from Jewel.

Ya, I can see that this is better than Starbucks because it feels a lot “thicker” and not thin and bitter like at Sbux. But honestly, Jewel is pretty good too and it’s only $6.50! And they have 1 for 1s all the time!

Is the extra $1.50 the price I have to pay to be cool? 😢

I still remember roaming the streets of Kyoto when we chanced upon this quaint place buzzing with people. We were lured by the aroma. Little did we know then that they’ll grow to be in Singapore too. #tingzieeats #burpple

More manageable crowd than its first outlet tho it was still quite a bit of a wait. Smooth but a little too milky for me overall, and well, $$.


I love how Arabica offers a variety of lesser seen non dairy milks. Tried both the almond and oat milk lattes in size tall. The almond milk had a naturally slightly sweet finish, while the oat milk was really creamy and smooth.
I'd come back, but man the lines are long. Now if only Starbucks offers more options than soy and coconut (yuck 😖) milk.