The Coffee Academïcs from Hong Kong have opened cafes in Shanghai and Singapore, and there are more on the way.
So many posters.
This year’s Singapore Latte Art Championship was held in conjunction with Café Asia at Marina Bay Sands from March 19-21. A total of 20 contestants participated, and after intense competition, a final six were selected. Only one could move on to represent Singapore at the World Latte Art Championship happening in Gothenburg, Sweden, and it […]
On February 26th, Common Man Coffee Roasters hosted the 2015 Singapore AeroPress Championship, with 18 competitors coming together in an exciting and highly anticipated pressing of Aeros. Xin Yi Loke of Common Man was kind enough to share details, pictures, and winning recipes from the event with Sprudge.com. Andy Easthope served as head judge (Head Trainer at Five Senses […]
The 2015 World AeroPress Championship will take place this coming April in Seattle, Washington, in conjunction with the World Barista Championship and SCAA Event. This much we know. What we don’t know is who will represent the tapestry of nations at this august exhibition. That’s because the national AeroPress championships are still very much a […]
John Ryan Ting, of the soon-to-be-launched A.R.C. (Academy, Roastery, Café), has won the title of Singapore National Barista Champion for 2015. Mr. Ting was the last of the six finalists on stage at this year’s championship, organized by the Singapore Coffee Association and held over the 30th and 31st of January at the Marina Bay Sands […]
Nylon Coffee Roasters in Singapore opened its doors in May 2012, the culmination of a shared vision by partners—in life and coffee—Dennis Tang and Jia Min Lee. Years earlier, Tang and Lee lived and worked in London, the former in the IT industry and the latter in the banking sector. Lee moved to New York, but the two remained connected as […]
The Central Business District of Singapore is a juxtaposition. Modern office life takes place in futuristic high-rises, alongside historic stretches like the shophouses of Tanjong Pagor and sleepy riverside views like Robertson Quay. Shophouses are a remnant of the old Singapore: classic two story buildings with roots in the mid-19th century, designed to house a […]
Australians! Australians are everywhere in the global coffee scene, from London to Berlin, Brooklyn to Paris, and all points between. But the Aussie presence is particularly visible in the exciting, rapidly expanding coffee scene in Singapore, a modern international nation-state of six million people with some of the tightest population density in the world. As […]