With an elongated layout decked in all black, the interior is conceptualised by the same designers behind Grace Espresso, so you can expect a unique and different touch.
If you do not mind seating on the benches in the mini garden outside, you can opt for coffee to be served in dine-in ceramics cups.
Using coffee beans roasted by Sweet Blossom Coffee Roasters in Malaysia known for their hot and cold 3D latte art, this brand may not be familiar to many people except for those who frequent cafes in Johor Bahru.
Well, it has already been 2 years since we can travel freely, so this might just be the place for diners to get a taste of Malaysia’s specialty coffee.
Serving 3 single origins coffee beans from Ethiopia and Colombia for their espresso-based drinks, the usual options can be found: Espresso ($4.50), Black ($5) and White (5oz $6, 7oz $6.50).
The iced versions are available at an additional $0.50 and oat milk will be at an additional $1.
Customers can pick up the glass jars with the respective grounded coffee beans to smell it before deciding on the beans for their coffee.
I had the Finca El Obraje, Narino, Colmbia for my cup of 7oz White ($6.50) which was smooth, medium-bodied with a fruity orange and kumquat taste and taste of red dates.
The taste profiles were well-balanced with both citrus and sweetness.
Using V60 pourover for their Filtered Coffee ($7 – $9), my cup of single origin from Timana, Huila, Colombia had clean and bright citrus notes of tropical fruits with lingering robust chocolate finish.
Conveniently located right next to Pickle Bakery which only serves bakes on their menu, Handcraft Coffee will be a good option to pick you first morning cuppa since they open at 8am.
2 Everton Park, #01-59, Singapore 081002
Opening Hours: 8am – 4:30pm (Wed – Sun), Closed Mon, Tues
* Written by Nicholas Tan @stormscape who loves all things [NEW]. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.