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Kopi/ Teh

Kopi/ Teh

Featuring Legendary Hong Kong, Tangs Market, Killiney Kopitiam (Killiney Road), CAFE O (Raffles Holland V), Ah Khoo Kopi Toast (Our Tampines Hub), Kopitiam (Velocity), Nanyang Old Coffee (Chinatown), Ya Kun Kaya Toast (Raffles City), Good Morning Nanyang Cafe (Far East Plaza), Heavenly Wang (Changi Airport Terminal 3)
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Hot milky Teh. A bit sweet.

Hard to find corner location. Quite noisy with lots of people chatting. I sat at the entrance to avoid the noise.

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Very hot cup of Kopi. Good Kopi taste. A bit sweet.

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The standard of their yuan Yang was quite consistent. Sweetness level just nice.

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Slightly bitter, with a strong Kopi taste that was tempered by the crisp clean taste of teh. Very nice.

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This was hot, slightly bitter and got nice strong Kopi taste. Sweetness level was ok.

Nice place to chill on a Sunday. Dim lights made this place look romantic in a rustic way. Right opposite Downtown MRT entrance. Overheard staff talking, heard that they close at 6pm on Sundays.

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Teh taste was really good. On the sweet side but still acceptable. Very very hot.

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This was perfect. Steaming hot and milky. Just the right level of sweetness. Right in front of NTUC, very good place for a hot cuppa before/after grocery shopping.

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❤️ the Kopi here. Althou slightly on the sweet side, it was milky and got good Kopi taste. Not at all acidic. They used a hand blender to mix it. I think that’s the secret to exceptional Kopi.

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There was no need to order Kopi C cos Kopi was already milky enough. Good coffee taste. Sweetness level just nice.

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Ya Kun’s Kopi Siu Siu Dai was getting too bitter for me these days, so I decided to get Kopi C. It was really good. This cup was slightly acidic but good Kopi taste. Milky enough to offset the bitterness of the Kopi.

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Lately been in love with yuan yang since I tried it at Xin Wang HK cafe. Ya Kim’s version had a stronger coffee taste than Xin Wang, which I prefer.

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