The following tips serve as a guide for a day of being present and reconnecting our mind and body. Remember, there is no one-size-fits-all formula for dealing with our emotions amidst this global crisis. Everyone is different. Experiment and learn to listen to your body.
If you like somewhere with good décor and ambience as you savour your coffee, this place is for you as well.
Stepping into No Sleep Club (NSC) on 20 Keong Saik Road, one won’t be able to tell if it’s a coffeehouse, a bar or a restaurant.
A Nespresso café staff member claimed that she is “forced” to wear red lipstick to work, in 2019.
A range of drinks will be available, including latte, americano, cappuccino, espresso and, for those who don’t like coffee, hot chocolate.
SINGAPORE — In case you didn't know, third-wave coffee culture is the latest Western import to hit our sunny shores, and by the looks of it, it's not about to go away anytime soon. According to Perfect Daily Grind, increasing coffee quality, more direct trade, a greater emphasis on sustainability, lighter roast profiles, innovative brew methods – these are all intrinsic to third-wave coffee. Look no further than Jewel Coffee, The Coffee Academics, and Alchemist to see first hand the rapid reach of third-wave coffee in Singapore.
SINGAPORE – There is a snaking long queue for Lune Croissanterie. Those in the queue have looks of anticipation on their faces as they wait for their turn to purchase, arguably, the world’s best croissant. Each person is only entitled to a box of 2 croissants priced at S$22 and there is only a limited number of boxes each day. Is it really worth the price?