While “cafes” in Singapore have been loosely-termed to just any kind of shops that sell coffee (sometimes desserts and bubble), I thought of coming out with this specialty-coffee guide that focuses on third wave coffee.

A quick coffee history: The first wave began shortly after the World War when instant coffee was easily accessible to households and in the rage for its stimulating qualities. The second wave when Peet’s, Starbucks and the other power players introduced gourmet coffee and made coffee-drinking into a lifestyle.

The third wave coffee is brought forth by indie cafes, producing coffee which is considered ‘artisanal’ and to be appreciated for rather than a common product.

These indie cafés serve up ‘specialty coffee’ made with high-quality beans scoring 80 points or more on a 100-point scale. Some of the early starters in Singapore include Forty Hands and PPP Coffee / Chye Seng Huat (then better known as Papa Palheta).

Here are 25 specialty coffee shops in Singapore you can head to: (Sorry if we missed out some of your favourites; we tried to include a range from the ‘pioneers’, famous cafes to indie shops.)

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Apartment Coffee
161 Lavender Street #01-12 Singapore 338750
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)

This specialty coffee place at Lavender Street is called “Apartment” because the owner wanted to create the vibes of inviting people home, to have chats with coffee lovers at the counter seats, and for them to feel welcomed.

Many coffee fans would call this one of the top specialty coffee places in Singapore, for the ambience, skills of the barista, and coffee.

The menu is straight-forward, offering Single Origins, a Blend of Colombia El Mirador, and three non-coffee beverages of Green Tea, Oolong Tea, and Hot Chocolate.

I was recommended the Colombia La Falda ($6.50), a single origin with notes of plum, redcurrant and grapefruit.

It was indeed a well-balanced, refreshing cup with that obvious fruitiness that made a good perk-me-up. They continue to source for the best beans from around the world.

Read more at: Apartment Coffee (Jalan Besar)

2 MacTaggart Road, #01-01 Khong Guan Building, Singapore 368078
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Mon – Fri), 9pm – 6pm (Sat, Sun)

You may not have expected to find a hipster café within this interesting and nostalgic building located where MacTaggart Road and Burn Road meets.

If you need to find good third wave specialty coffee in Singapore, this is where you can come to.

Two blends were available when I visited – Dark Matter which was bold and nutty, or Areka with berry-fruity and floral notes.

Prices range from $3.00 from an espresso, $4.50 for a white or black, $5.50 for an Ice White, to $6.00 for a pourover.

I generally enjoy their coffee, especially the Dark Matter blend which is bold, full of body, and also balanced.

Read more at: Alchemist (MacTaggart Road)

%Arabica Singapore
56 Arab Street Singapore 199753
Opening Hours: 8am – 6pm (Mon – Fri), 8am – 8pm (Sat – Sun)

% Arabica originally from Hong Kong technically (then Kyoto Japan), is known to be one of the best coffee shops around.

It takes pride in using beans from its own coffee farm in Hawaii, and from around the world.

Depending on the season and availability, you can find coffees from Japan, Guatemala, Brazil, El Salvador, Ethiopia and Panama.

Caffe Latte is priced here at $7 for short, $8 for tall, while the iced version is priced at $8. I enjoyed the Iced Caffe Latte, it was as pleasurable as how I remembered it to be – the smooth milky feeling, aromatic coffee, and balanced robustness.

Read more at: %Arabica (Arab Street)

Balance Coffee
VIIO@BALESTIER, 520 Balestier Road, #01-08, Singapore 329853 (beside Zhongshan Mall)
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)

Balance Coffee is opened by the same folks behind Geisha Specialty Coffee at Burlington Square near Bugis. While residents around Balestier may be familiar with the coffee shop, it is still considered quite under-the-radar.

There is a coffee bar at one end, a retail space at the other end of the cafe and surrounded with greenery outdoors.

The menu features primarily coffee using their Quad-beans-house-blend from America and Central America and specialty beans, both roasted in house.

Specialty beans include their prized Santa Teresa Geisha (Espresso $8, White Geisha $8.50, Drip $8), Colombia Pink Bourbon (Espresso/ Drip $6), Ethiopia Yirgacheffe (Drip $5.50), Papua New Guinea (Drip $5) and Santa Theresa Caturra (Drip $5).

I must say that the prices are extremely reasonable starting from $2.50 for a cup, such as Espresso ($2.50), Americano ($2.80), Macchiato ($3), Cappucino/ Flat White ($3.50), Latte ($3.80), Mocha ($4) and Cold Brew ($4).

The Cappucino ($3.50) comes with a single shot of espresso and has a medium body, very smooth and well-balanced with chocolatey and nutty notes that will be popular among cafehoppers.

Interestingly, they also offer local coffee such as Kopi O ($1.80) and Kopi White ($2.20) on their menu.

Read more at: Balance Coffee (Balestier)

Baristart Coffee Singapore
65 Tras Street Singapore 079004 (Tanjong Pagar MRT)
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Mon – Thurs), 9am – 9pm (Fri – Sun)

The company name “Baristart” is a portmanteau of “barista”, “start”, and “art” as the business involves professional baristas who start in the company making coffees with art.

A bit of its history: Baristart Coffee began operating in June 2015 in downtown Sapporo as a simple coffee stand that focuses on Hokkaido milk.

It found fame as the café focusing on quality Hokkaido milk; and is also voted as one of the most instagrammable cafes in Sapporo.

The Black Coffees available are Espresso, Americano, Espresso Tonic, and Pour Over.

The White Coffees, made with the Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk, are Flat White, Latte, Cappuccino, and Flavoured Latte (caramel, vanilla, honey).

Indeed, the richness of the Latte was obvious upon the first sip, and you will appreciate how smooth and fuller-flavoured your coffee is.

Read more at: Baristart Coffee (Tras Street)

Bearded Bella
8 Craig Road, Singapore 089668 (Tanjong Pagar MRT)
Opening Hours: 7.30am – 5pm (Mon – Fri), 7:30am – 6pm (Sat – Sun)

Melbourne-inspired brunch fare, white and spacious interior, glass rooftop with natural sunlight, are some of the promising pull factors for Bearded Bella – a brunch and coffee place at Craig Road.

One of the owners, Regina Tay had prior F&B experience at Strangers’ Reunion, and was the Singapore National Barista Championship Winner in 2016.

Using a house blend of Colombian and Burundi roasted in house, the usual selection can be found: Black (3oz $4.50, 5oz $5, 8oz $5.50), White (3oz $4.50, 5oz $5, 8oz $5.50), Espresso Single $4, Double $4.50) and Filtered ($9).

Optional add-ons such as Soy (+$1), Oat (+$1.50) and Espresso shot (+$1) are available.

My cup of 5oz White ($5) was smooth and medium bodied, with distinctive notes of chocolate and berries.

Read more at: Bearded Bella (Tanjong Pagar)

Chye Seng Huat Hardware
150 Tyrwhitt Road Singapore 207563
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 10pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

Chye Seng Huat Hardware is considered one of Singapore’s most iconic 3rd wave hipster coffee shops, with many foreign visitors making it on their café bucket list in Singapore.

The team behind Chye Seng Huat Hardware started as Papa Palheta – with beginnings as a small coffee-roasting and wholesale business at Bukit Timah.

The first thing you notice about enter Chye Seng Huat is a wide island bar providing a 360 view of the café with baristas in the middle. This configuration also helps to break down the barrier between the baristas and the customers.

It is known for its Cold Brew, made using Ethiopia Suke Quto coffee beans, designed to be slightly stronger as it would be slightly diluted when served over ice.

The White Cold Brew uses the Throwback blend instead, comprising of Brazil Samambaia and Indian Thippanahali, and is dark chocolatey, creamy-bodied and slightly sweetened.

Double Up Coffee
7 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199319
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), Closed Tues

You may just walk past Double Up Coffee at Jalan Klapa, considered quite a hole-in-the-wall. It is located right opposite Kumoya known for its character cafes. Both cafes are the opposite ends in styles anyway – one known for cutesy cartoon-themed food; the other coffee focused.

The menu is lean, divided into “business” (coffee drinks), “pleasure” (non-coffee drinks), and “chow” (rotational pastry).

You sense that element of playfulness when coffee drinks are not named the conventional latte or flat white, but Spro with Milk ($5) and Double Up ($7).

“Spro” is actually a slang term for an “espresso”. (You can use it like, ”Bro, let’s grab a Spro”); while a Double Up is a piccolo with espresso.

Beans are sourced from Bearded Bella which they call the “Kuku Bududa” with milk-chocolaty notes.

Read more at: Double Up Coffee (Jalan Klapa)

Dutch Colony – Siglap
113 Frankel Ave, Singapore 458230
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Mon – Sun)

Dutch Colony is no stranger to many locals, with outlets at Frankel Avenue, UE Square Mall, Fusionopolis One, New Tech Park, and their latest outpost at Our Tampines Hub, on the side nearer to the Tampines Regional Library.

Using a Dutch house blend (50% Brazil, 50% Ethiopia) and a single origin Ethiopia for their espresso-based drinks, the usual selection can be found on the menu: Espresso ($3.50), Long Black ($4.80), White ($5.50) and Mocha ($5.80).

My cup of Flat White ($5.50) is medium bodied and smooth with berries notes and bright notes of apricot.

Alternative non-espresso based drinks are available for the non-coffee drinkers, which include Chocolate ($5.30), Chai Latte ($5.30), Matcha Latte ($6) and Turmeric Oat Latte ($6.30).

Read more at: Dutch Colony (Tampines)

Five Oars Coffee Roasters
6 Upper East Coast, Singapore 455200
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

The Melbourne-inspired cafe has moved to 6 Upper East Coast, closer to the Siglap side.

Coffee starts from $3 for a single shot of espresso, with the usual items Black ($4.50), White (3oz $4.50, 6oz $5, 8oz $6), Mocha ($6), Cold Brew (Black $6, White $7, Oat $8).

2 types of coffee beans are used for their espresso-based drink, one is a 2-beans-blend: Mahogany (Brazil & Colombia) and the other is a single origin Ethiopia, both roasted in-house.

Personally, I felt that the Brazil and Colombia blend could be more suitable for espresso-drinks with milk due to the cacao nibs, milk chocolate and hazelnut tasting notes.

The single origin of Ethiopia with floral, strawberry and honeydew may work better for black coffee.

Read more at: Five Oars Coffee Roasters (Upper East Coast)

Forty Hands
78 Yong Siak Street, Singapore 163078
Tel: +65 6225 8545
Opening Hours: 7am – 5:30pm (Mon – Fri), 7:30am – 6:30pm (Sat – Sun)

Forty Hands needs little introduction, as it is possibly the first 3rd wave coffee shop at Tiong Bahru which turned this estate to a hipster café area. (Aussie founder Harry Grover opened Common Man Coffee Roasters after that.)

Opened in October 2010, it is known for its specialty coffee, Australian style brunch, and well, Tau Sar Bun.

The name “40 hands” is because it requires forty hands to produce a coffee from bean to cup.

Coffee-wise, they use the CMCR Espresso Blend which has a darker roast, with tasting notes of ripe cherry, stone fruit, and milk chocolate.

Items on the coffee menu include Espresso ($5), Long Black ($5.50, $6.40), Latte ($6.50, $7.50), Cappuccino ($6.50, $7.50) to Mochia ($6.50, $7.50).

Occasionally, they introduce fanciful drinks such as Shaken Iced Honey Oat Latte ($9.50), 40 Hands Iced Bubble Coffee ($9.50), and Honey Cream Cold Brew ($9.50).

GLASS Roasters
108 Faber Drive, Singapore 129418
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), Closed Tues

With a small dine-in area, the seats are arranged in a U-Shape structure that promotes interaction between the barista and the diners.

Combining both rustic element with a clean, white tiled furnishing and matte blue seats, the small-cosy area can sit up to 8 persons at any one time.

As for coffee, it was made using a single origin from Columbia, with the coffee beans roasted in-house.

My cup of White ($5.80) was smooth and robust, not too acidic and well balanced.

Read more at: GLASS Roasters (Faber Drive)

Glyph Supply Co
111 Somerset Road, #01-06, Singapore 238164
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5:15pm (Mon – Sun)

Glyph Supply Co is a cafe-roastery concept space serving up specialty coffees, teas and bakes. They roast their own coffee beans which are sourced from Ethiopia

Coffee is priced at $4.50 for the black, $5.50 for the white, Coldbrew at $6.00, while iced versions cost $1 extra.

For non-coffee drinkers, there is also offering of Matcha ($6.00) and Chocolate ($6.00).

While the white was not as strong and robust as I would have liked, it had a smooth delicate texture, and not overly acidic. Overall, a decent coffee at this part of town that I won’t mind returning for.

Read more at: Glyph Supply Company (Somerset)

Grey Area
13 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169345
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Mon – Fri), 9am – 6pm (Sat – Sun)

Grey Area is one of the latest additions to the Kampong Bahru neighbourhood – a popular area for cafe hoppers to explore along the entire stretch of shophouses.

From the name itself, customers can expect a grey theme inside, with cemented floorings and walls, a grey, polished marble coffee bar counter and black coffee equipments such as the Synesso S200 espresso machine, coffee beans grinder and the pourover.

Coffee is reasonably priced at $3.50 for a cup of espresso, with Black ($4.50), White ($5) and Mocha ($5.50) using a 2-beans house blend of 80% Capim Branco and 20% Uraga Gomoro.

The White ($5) had a medium body with a smooth and creamy, with a balance of earthy nuts and light citrus notes.

The Black ($4.50) was also well executed, a bright body with floral and acidic notes that was well balanced.

Read more at: Grey Area (Kampong Bahru)

Homeground Coffee Roasters
475 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427682
Opening Hours: 9am – 5pm (Mon – Sun)

Opened along one of the shophouses in Katong directly opposite to Sinpopo Brand, Homeground Coffee Roasters is a cafe with an art gallery, retail space and coffee beans roastery within.

The menu is short and concise, with coffee such as Black ($4.50), White ($4.50/$5.50), Filter Coffee ($6), Cold Brew ($5), Mocha ($6.50) and Hot Chocolate ($6).

An extra espresso shot or the Iced version is available at an additional $0.50.

2 options for the coffee beans are available: Vanta (blend of 50% Brazil, 50% Colombia) recommended for espresso-based drinks and Las Esperanza, Cacua Valley (single origin from Colombia) for filtered coffee.

I had the 4oz White ($4.50) with the recommended Vanta, which was smooth, full bodied, not too acidic, yet with a nutty tone (supposedly almond, dark chocolate and hazelnut).

Read more at: Homeground Coffee Roasters (Joo Chiat)

Jimmy Monkey Cafe & Bar
One-North Residences #01-51, 9 One-North Gateway, Singapore 138643
Opening Hours: 8am – 4pm (Mon – Sun)

Known to be the home of Singapore’s first Slayer Espresso Machine (aka the Ferrari in the coffee industry), the café is well-loved for its coffee blends.

The beans are from the latest iteration of their Ironbark Blend, a 5-bean blend with base of beans from Brazil and stunning and balanced accents from Guatemala, Colombian, Ethiopian and Peru.

Their Flat White ($5) is worth a mention, with a beautiful latte art skillfully drawn in the shape of a cute bear.

I enjoyed the Flat White which is smooth, heavy bodied, strong and slightly acidic.

Read more at: Jimmy Monkey (Paya Lebar)

Kings Cart Coffee Factory
328 Joo Chiat Road #01-05, Singapore 427585
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)

Some of you may have come across Kings Cart Coffee during corporate, weddings and pop-up events as a mobile coffee cart. Which I did – good coffee, by the way.

Their cafe venture is Kings Cart Coffee Factory which features a speciality coffee café, product showroom, roastery, and coffee.

Apart from standard coffee offerings such as Flat White ($5), Long Black ($4) and Cold Brew ($6), they serve coffee concoctions such as Salted Caramel Latte ($8), Coconut Latte ($8) and Cold Brew & Tonic ($9).

I was recommended to their Coconut Cold Brew ($9) which features an espresso shot into fresh coconut juice with chunky coconut flesh.

The concoction came light and refreshing, which coupled well with occasional fruity and floral notes from the dosage of Ethiopia Yirgacheffe single origin beans espresso.

Read more at: Kings Cart Coffee Factory (Joo Chiat)

261 Waterloo Street #01-24 Singapore, Singapore 180261
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)

When you talk about one of the best coffee shops in Singapore, Kurasu should be a shoo-in with its stringent roasting practices, aromatic coffee, and minimalist lifestyle approach.

It has attracted quite a good following among artisanal coffee lovers in Singapore, despite being quite well-hidden.

Kurasu, which means “to live” or “lifestyle” in Japanese, started off as a Japanese homeware store in Australia.

It eventually led to a retail space in owner Yozo Otsuki’s hometown, Kyoto in 2016. The brand focuses on both the Japanese coffee culture and being a one-stop provider for Japanese coffee equipment.

Offerings include Black ($5, $6 for iced), White ($6, $7 for iced), Single Origin Hand Drip Coffee ($7) and Single Origin Cold Brew ($5). (Prices have gone up from when we first wrote about them.)

The coffee beans used is roasted in their Fushimi Inari roastery at Kyoto, with the freshly roasted beans shipped over weekly (on a express package which reaches in 2 days).

Read more at: Kurasu (Waterloo Street)

Maxi Coffee Bar
6 Ann Siang Hill Singapore 069787
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Tues – Fri), 9pm – 5pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon

This is like your friendly neighbourhood joint, with people greeting you with a “Hi”, attracting many regulars working around the CBD and Maxwell areas.

Coffee offerings include a “Comforting” or “Adventurous” Espresso ($3.50, $4), White ($5.50), with the more special drinks being the Iced Cereal Milk Latte ($7.50), E&T or Espresso Tonic ($7.50), and the “Dirty” ($7.50).

The Iced Cereal Milk Latte is their version of breakfast-in-a-cup, with blended cereal at the bottom soaked for that taste of breakfast, added with shots of expresso within.

Read more at: Maxi Coffee Bar (Ann Siang Hill)

237 East Coast Road, Level 1, Singapore 428930
Opening Hours: 9am – 10pm (Tue – Sat), 9am – 7pm (Sun), Closed Mon

The team from Neptune at East Coast Road is also behind Atlas Coffeehouse at Bukit Timah and Lunar Coffee Brewers Downtown Gallery and Columbus Coffee Co.

2 different blends are used for their espresso-based drinks, namely Mr. Cuddles (2-beans blend of Brazil and Guatemala) with nutty, caramelised milk chocolate taste and Mr. Brightside (2-beans blend of Ethiopia and Colombia) with Cherry, nectar and Nougat taste.

Their espresso-based drinks come in 2 cup sizes, 6oz for single espresso shot and 9oz for double espresso shots.

The usual selection can be found, namely Espresso ($3.80), Espresso Macchiato ($4.80), Long Black ($4.80), Affogato ($6.40), Magic ($5.40), Flat White ($5.40), Latte ($5.40), Mocha ($5.90) and Toffee Latte ($6.40).

My large cup of Flat White ($6.40) was medium bodied, smooth, chocolatey, nutty and was satisfying.

Read more at: Neptune (East Coast)

Nylon Coffee
4 Everton Park, #01-40, Singapore 080004
Tel: +65 6220 2330
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 4pm (Wed – Fri), 9am – 4:30pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon, Tues

Nylon Coffee is quietly situated within the Everton Park public housing complex, and the quaint coffee bar and roastery is known for offering quality seasonal blends.

Tiny and humble, this small-scale, single-room coffee house has won the hearts of coffee fanatics over the years.

The coffee menu at Nylon is always rotating depending on seasonal availability.

They work closely with coffee producers, to the extent of visiting farms and cooperatives to build better relationships with their partners and workers.

Another thing to note is Nylon Coffee has somehow kept their prices reasonable since its opening days from 2012, with a Long Black priced at $3.50, and medium White at $4.50.

Read more at: Nylon Coffee (Everton)

Old Hen Coffee Bar
88 Rangoon Road #01-03 Singapore 218374 (Farrer Park MRT Exit B)
Opening Hours: 9:30am – 6:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Located along Rangoon Road and opened since 2014, Old Hen Coffee Bar is a specialty coffee shop which sits on the quieter side of the busy Farrer Park district.

They work with local roaster Nylon Coffee Roasters, as well as highly regarded overXseas roasters Koppi Roasters (Helsingborg) and La Cabra Coffee (Aarhus) to showcase coffees of optimal quality.

They offer Black ($4.30), White ($4.80, $5.80), Mocha ($6) and Filer Pourover.

Old Hen Coffee is one of the first few cafes in Singapore to offer bottled cold brew coffees, offering Black Cold Brew ($6.50) which is unsweetened without milk, and White Cold Brew ($6.90) lightly sweetened with milk.

Other than the cold brew coffees, I also enjoyed the non-coffee bottled ones, especially the Cold Matcha Milk ($7.50) made using matcha powder directly imported and air-flown from Ippodo Tea Co. in Kyoto.

Read more at: Old Hen Kitchen (Owen Road)

Roundboy Roasters
146 Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-109, Singapore 160146
Opening Hours: 8am – 3pm (Tue – Fri), 8:30am – 4:30pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon

Round Boy Roasters may not exactly be a new name for coffee aficionados, but they have revamped and expanded with a new café concept.

The coffee place is well hidden under a block of flat at Block 146 Jalan Bukit Merah (kind of near Good Chance Popiah?).

The shop offers extensive range of beans that covers everything from filter coffee to roasts – found on their website with some bags sold on the retail rack.

Coffee offered include the Espresso ($3.50, $4), Long Black ($4.50), Milk Based ($5), Filter ($7) and Batch Brew of The Day ($4).

The Flat White ($5) uses a “double chocolate beans” which a rich and dark taste – stronger than I imagined, but some would like that lingering in the mouth.

You can also go for their Single Origin of “Guatemala El Regalito”, a medium dark roast with quite citrusy notes and dense body. Their beans change periodically, so you can have a chat with them to decide what is suitable.

Read more at: Roundboy Roasters (Bukit Merah)

The Community Coffee – Chinatown
14 Upper Cross Street, Singapore 058330
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5:30pm (Mon – Sat), 11:30am – 5:30pm (Sun)

Those who frequent the Orchard area will be familiar with The Community Coffee, which first started in 2017, serving $4 at Far East Plaza.

Similar to their sister outlet at Far East Plaza, the menu at the Chinatown outlet is streamlined to offer only single origin coffee beans roasted by in-house.

2 single origins are offered on their menu for their espresso-based drinks, namely Peru and Colombia.

Prices start from $5.50 for a cup of Double Espresso and $5 for a 5oz espresso with Milk.

My cup of Flat White ($5) using single origin beans from Colombia was medium-bodied, smooth with a medium roast, with hints of yuzu and plum with a sweet finish.

Unlike the usually taste profile of Colombia coffee beans, Caturra trees were grown by the Colombian producer, which undergoes a classic fully-washed process thereafter.

Read more at: The Community Coffee (Chinatown)

Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee
170 Stirling Rd, #01-1133, Singapore 140170
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5:20pm (Mon – Fri), 9am – 3:50pm (Sat – Sun)

Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee at Queenstown started off as a coffee beans wholesaler, a vintage space that exudes coffee aroma the moment you step inside.

What I admired was the enthusiasm and the dedication of the folks behind Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee, spending the time and effort to become a Q-grader (coffee industry’s most recognised and coveted certification system) so that they can continue to improve and serve better cups of coffee.

Their menu here includes items of Double Espresso ($3.50), Long Black ($4.50), Piccolo Latte ($4.50), Cappuccino ($5), Latte ($5), Flat White ($5) and Mocha Latte ($5.50) with add-on such as Ice (+$0.50), Espresso shot (+$1.20) and Oatmilk (+$1).

Their house blend is the same across all 3 outlets, a 2 beans-blend of 50% Colombia and 50% Guatemala roasted in house.

The result is a well-balanced, smooth, medium bodied with a chocolatey, caramelised and nutty taste in a 6oz cup.

Read more at: Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee

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* Compiled by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary, Nicholas Tan @stormscape and Lewis Tan @juicyfingers.


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