Singapore Coffee Festival

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Coffee Festival pertama di Singapura dibuka kemarin, menarik sekitar 1.000 pengunjung perdagangan termasuk roaster, distributor dan pemilik cafe.Empat hari acara di Pit Building F1 merayakan budaya kopi hidup Singapura dan fitur lebih dari 100 peserta pameran, termasuk pemasok biji kopi, distributor peralatan dan kafe.Ini menyambut pengunjung perdagangan kemarin dan membuka untuk umum dari hari ini sampai hari Minggu.

Hal ini diselenggarakan oleh Sphere Pameran, anak perusahaan dari Singapore Press Holdings, yang disajikan oleh DBS Bank dan diselenggarakan oleh The Straits Times.Nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee on tap piqued the interest of many visitors.Ms Marilyn Eng, 40, founder of Made Cold, a cold brew coffee wholesaler, said: “We received many queries from eateries and events companies.”It is still a novel product in the market. The foam generated by the nitrogen gives the coffee a creamy mouthfeel reminiscent of beer foam.”

Mr Colin Yeo, 42, director of cafe- bakery Baker’s 13 in Changi Road, visited the festival to source coffee suppliers and trends. “I like the diverse range of suppliers,” he said. “My customers are always looking out for new types of coffee.”Visitors also interacted with Straits Times journalists in the ST Reading Room.

Ten Straits Times readers snagged a VIP experience that included attending a speciality coffee workshop by Common Man Coffee Roasters and chilling out in the VIP lounge. They were picked in a social media contest held last month.

 

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