Humans of Sip: Interview with Christopher Tan from The Playground Coffee

One would not expect to find specialty coffee in Jurong West, but thanks to The Playground Coffee, Westies can now enjoy a well crafted cup of coffee in their neighbourhood.

Started this year by three friends who previously hailed from The Populus Coffee and Food Co., The Playground Coffee has been serving specialty coffee and hearty brunch fare from its sleek and minimalistic space at Nanyang Community Club.

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Humans of Sip: Interview with Mr Soh Yee How from Knots Cafe and Living

Rustic-looking furniture, natural sunlight, a high ceiling and lots of greenery – these are just some of the features youai??i??ll notice when you first step into Knots Cafe and Living. An epitome of the latest trends in interior design, this industrial-meets-garden style cafe is definitely cover material for any interior magazine.

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Humans of Sip: Interview with Marian Aguilar from Cata Coffee

While most teens spend their weekends relaxing, Marian spent hers in the mountains helping out at her parents’ coffee farm. Having being involved in coffee since she was a child, it’s no wonder that Marian has accomplished what she has today, with two specialty coffee brands under her name.

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Humans of Sip: Interview with Ong Shi Chun from Candour Coffee

In the heart of Singaporeai??i??s Civic District lies Candour Coffee, a young independent cafe started by two long-time friends, Jet Goh and Ong Shi Chun. At first glance, Candour Coffee fits in perfectly with the lovely shophouses located along Beach Road, with its minimalistic and white interior.

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Humans of Sip: Interview with Glen Ho from Prodigal Roasters

His very first roast was done using a popcorn popper. Everyone has to start somewhere, and Glen, who now owns and runs Prodigal Roasters in Yio Chu Kang, is no exception. When I first started, there weren’t a lot of roasting classes around, and those available were expensive, he shared. So what led him to start roasting his own beans?

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