Coffee ME

Coffee ME

Featuring Atlas Coffeehouse, The Coffee Academics (Scotts Square), Tiong Bahru Bakery (TANGS Orchard), The Glasshouse, Creamier (Tiong Bahru), Wakey Wakey, Whisk, Candour Coffee, Starbucks Reserve (United Square), Mavrx Coffee Apothecary
Yan Abdul Wahid
Yan Abdul Wahid

This is an Ethiopian pourover and its flowery and slightly sourish notes went really well with my waffles and ice cream! I don't usually drink coffee without any milk in it but this was certainly an exception. And I'd be more willing to pay $6.50 anytime to have this coffee rather than have coffee from the big names!

Wow...this has got to be one of the best Mocha I've ever had. At $5.50 (not including 10% service charge) it's totally worth it. I totally love the latte art as well! As I brought the cup to my mouth, the delightful whiff of delicious cocoa mixed with the full bodied aroma of coffee greeted me. Excitedly I took grateful sips and enjoyed the creamy concoction. I was transported to another realm. The music they were playing was also apt for the situation. A totally cool place to hangout, in my opinion.

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As I was around the area, I couldn't resist peeking through and decided to pop in. Tried their Cafe Latte and their Bostock ($8/set). Latte was good and the Bostock was a cross between breakfast and dessert 👍

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I didn't know it would come this tiny..perhaps only 150mL at most. With the $1 off coupon I had, it was ok for the price. There wasn't even any effort for any latte art? Or maybe a Piccolo doesn't need one?? 😜 Whatever it is, this is my 1st and last try for a Piccolo.

4 ice cubes were all it took to make this wonderful iced white ($5). The espresso was slightly sourish yet together with the creamy milk, it clicked with the palette. Loved the narrow size of the straw, which somehow made sipping the drink a delight. One of the best I've ever tasted IMO....

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I came on a Thursday morning and it was not full house in the glasshouse, yet. Had the yummy in my tummy toast. Having lived in the Levant countries for quite a bit of my life, I am quite pleased that they use Dukkah in the Avocado toast ($7). As humble as it looked, it was quite hearty given the good balance of carbs and fats in it. The Dukkah really was nice and a perk me up in the palette. As for the White ($4), I had the hot version with a super pretty cloudette swan on it. It was a good drink. The Barista was very cheery and friendly, added more to the quaint and curated feel of the place. The selection of music was nice too and didnt make me antsy at all. First impression counts and I am stoked by this place.
Note: The cafe does accept payments by Visa/Master.

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At $5.50 for a 12oz cup (albeit a cutesy pink one) of joe with milk, this is definitely going to be my to-go place when I am in the CBD. And it comes with great customer service i.e. friendly baristas to boot!

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It's official! I've fallen head over heels with their Sea Salt caramel latte. Try it for yourself and you will understand. The caramel, the sourish robust notes of the espresso married with a pinch of salt never fail to samba in my palette. In hot or cold, both are equally delicious! And the latte art with that cute seafoam coloured cup...very pretty! $6.50 (hot). And their service always come with a smile and warmth too.

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Rainy days equals to Decaf 😄While at it, why not try Decaf Mocha at The New Black? Quite a big serving (don't be fooled by the picture). It was a robust cup with delicious chocolatey notes. You don't need dessert to go with this as it already is! Don't forget to sign up for their "Buy 9 get 1 free drink" rewards programme.

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With a price range of $3.50 - $3.90 (takeaways extra $1 in a 12oz cup), the coffee here is simply affordable and irresistable. I had a Mocha ($4.50) and then a Flat White (picture, $3.90). The latte art is also pretty. I really enjoyed both my cups and would have ordered a third one if I wasn't there by myself! 😊 They also sell freshly ground coffee and coffee apparatus. Will be coming back!

The ambience is pretty cool and futuristic, with sleek design and a very open coffee counter. The staff were also friendly and warm. Came at 9am and it was empty. The barista recommended me the Emilio beans which had quite a good body and mouthfeel IMO. Be warned, it is quite strong. I had a latte and a mocha and 5 hours later I am still feeling rather antsy from caffeine overdrive 🙃 One thing I didn't fancy was the brand of fresh milk they used. As far as I am aware, it is one of the cheapest brands in the supermarket. Total spend was S$13.20. Note that they only accept plastic as payment. Cash not welcomed 🤣

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I eat to live but sometimes it goes the other way round! 🤣 Sadly I have relocated to Jordan.

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