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101 Thomson Road
#01-01 United Square
Singapore 307591

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Acidic yet juicy enough! It’s a great pourover coffee from a co-op on the foothills of Mt. Kenya. We prefer this to the last Macchiato we mentioned. The fact that it’s served in a mug might not be a preferred choice by some during this Corona Virus outbreak. However, in Starbucks we trust! 🤓 Stay safe & sound everyone! 💚😷

New! 1 out of 3 drinks (“Smooth Brr-ew”) that we bought to calm the heat. Got the option to pick hot or cold and we pick ‘cold’. Not a distinctive taste that caught us off guard. Actually we can rarely notice the oat as one of ingredients. It is sweet, refreshing but light on cocoa.

One word to describe this: irresistible!

Really love how the sweetness of the cocoa complements the nutty oat milk so well. Will definitely be getting this a couple more times (before it disappears from the menu UwU)

The Starbucks Reserve at United Square is also something to marvel at. The high ceilings and large panels of glass allows abundant sunlight to stream through which creates a very lovely ambience.

Will come back here to chill :)

there wasn’t any truffle taste tbh and the beef mixture was clumpy and dry without much flavour. on the bright side, at least the pastry was flaky??? but defo will not get it again, hopefully the others fare better 😛

Our attempt to have this flavor again take us from Starbucks Toa Payoh (HDB hub) to Starbucks reserve in United square as the TPY outlet doesn’t have it in stock. Not too sweet with crunch from hazelnut filling although we wish they could have been bolder with the coffee node in the mooncake.🤓

With the sale of the very exclusive Hawaii Ka’u coffee in 5 Starbucks Reserve stores, I managed to get a taste of the Chemex brew at a bombastic price of S$19.00, making it one of the most expensive cup of coffee I had ever consumed to date.

This cup of black coffee was like no other brewed Starbucks Reserve beans that I had tried. At first encounter, the hot coffee was quite unfriendly to the taste buds, with a little unpleasant kind of metallic aftertaste amidst all that bitterness. Surprisingly, the coffee actually tasted better as it cooled down, and unlike most of the other Starbucks Reserve beans that I had tried before, the best part about the Hawaii Ka’u coffee was that it tasted great even at room temperature. But the best way to enjoy this beans without experiencing that initial “bad taste”, for me, was to request for the coffee serve iced or chilled, so that the taste notes of milk chocolate and almond would be more prominent.

But because this shipment of beans is so limited, I bet it would be off the menu in no time, despite the hefty price to pay.