Singapore Coffee Fiesta invites coffee lovers to taste and bring home gifts
Now you can try more than 60 flavours and coffee styles, including Starbucks premium coffee. Plus find out where and how to redeem gifts with purchase!
Singapore – Coffee aficionado, coffeeholic, coffee addict or javaphile – a coffee lover by any other name would smell as sweet. Coffee lovers with adventurous tastebuds or those looking for new flavours will be happy that the Singapore Coffee Fiesta is back for a second year, running until 4 June 2023. Organised by Nestle Singapore, whose coffee portfolio includes three of the world’s most iconic coffee brands, Nescafe, Nescafe Dolce Gusto, and Starbucks At Home, Singapore Coffee Fiesta is a first-of-its-kind coffee campaign that unites coffee lovers of all stripes through roadshows and a series of outreach programmes.
Here’s what to expect: Learn more about coffee flavours, find out how locals marry our kopi heritage with international coffee styles, sample over 60 coffee flavours, and bring home freebies such as branded kitchenware with purchase. Participating retailers include major supermarkets and selected e-commerce platforms (FairPrice Online, RedMart, Lazada, Shopee). Check out their website for details on roadshows and gifts.
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Need more time to check out the Singapore Coffee Fiesta in person? You can get your favourite coffee blends and coffee machines online as well. And while you are at it, look out for freebies and gifts with purchase.
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Indulge in local favs
Having been introduced to the wonderful world of coffee at the tender age of 6 (maybe younger) by my coffee-loving dad, who used to bring me with him to the local kopitiam, I have always loved our local brews. However, as I grew older and my tastebuds evolved, I sought more 2-in-1 options with a local twist. Try these if you prefer less sweet or no-sugar coffee options like me.
Nescafe Gao Siew Dai Kopi – a café-style favourite
Nescafe Singapore Kopi C Gao Siew Dai, 10s, Bundle of 3
Nescafe White Coffee Gao Siew Dai, 15's x 31g, Bundle of 3
Barista at home
Did you know Nestle has been working with Starbucks to develop premium coffee blends known as Starbucks At Home? As the name suggests, this range lets you make your cup of Cappuccino right at home. Not available at any Starbucks cafés, the Starbucks At Home range of premium coffee fulfils the needs of those who wish for a decent cuppa without stepping out of their homes. Perfect for the days when we work from home and for travel.
Starbucks Cappuccino Premium Coffee Mix (3in1), 4 sticks x 14g
Starbucks Origami Spring Blend Pour Over Coffee, 4 sachets x 9g
I love waking up to the burring of coffee machines, jolting my senses with the alluring coffee aroma and tasting the slightly bitter coffee notes before starting the day. Once you have your very own coffee maker at home, you will never look back. Try Dolce Gusto coffee machines.
Nescafe Dolce Gusto Piccolo XS Coffee Machine, Dark Red
Comes with 3 Boxes of Starbucks Capsules
Cool down with a bottle of iced cold coffee if the humidity and hot weather are getting to you. Nescafe makes it oh-so-convenient for those who are always on the move.
The Nescafe Iced Caffè Latte, 500ml
Brand new blends coming mid-May
Here are three new coffee flavours to look out for, launching in-stores in mid-May: Nescafe GOLD 3in1 (S$7.50 per pack) in Original and Intense and Starbucks by Nespresso Sunny Day Blend Blonde Roast Capsule Coffee (S$7.50 per pack).