Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Aloha Yahava!

It's back to the sunny island of Singapore for us and we began to check out the local coffee and quirky food scene here in Singapore. Anyways, that's what the blankets and coffee blog is for right? Our first stop is to Yahava Koffeeworks which is located at Upper Thomson area.
Oooh! Free parking!

Cozily located at one of the more quiet spot of Singapore, Yahava KoffeeWorks is not just a coffee place but also a place to purchase blended beans and single origin beans. In order to taste the beans that they roast (They have a roaster located in the cafe), we ordered long black and latte.
Long black (left) Latte (Right) The black mug is just for us to place our used ice cream stick stirrer
The long black that I have tasted (I believe it is the romeo blended beans selection) is good, full of flavor, has an slight acidic taste that does not linger in your tongue. The barista did a good job at pulling the coffee. Latte is done quite well and the milk is froth to just right. The latte art can be improved though. But all in all, the coffees are well done.
Lion enjoying his cuppa of long black

The various beans on sale and for tasting
Yahava KoffeeWorks also sell some pastries (which we did not try) for those who yearn for something sweet to go with their coffees. After our first try in Yahava, we liked the place and multiple visits seem to be in order.

Here is our review

Price of coffee: Range between $4 to $6 depending on size and type
Coffee quality: 8.5 pawprints out of 10 
Ambience: 8 pawprints out of 10

For those who are interested in going there, here is the address and their website

4 Jalan Gelenggang
Singapore 578188
Ph 6554 7080
Fax 6554 7079
Open Daily 9AM - 6PM

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