|Vintage Test Roaster|
|A glimpse of their source of coffee beans|
|Close-up of Vintage Test Roaster|
|Coffee beans are still moist and a little oily|
|Coffee beans are dried and look like chocolate|
- Ethopia: Sidamo
- Bright wild lemon acidity, floral notes, sweet white wine, chocolate-like taste, silky mouth-feel and juicy, smooth and clean finish
- Spicy, Earthy, smoky, tobacco notes, wood notes, medium body, medium acidity
- Excellent acidity, light fruit with citrus notes, very smooth, superb creamy mouthfeel, chocolate, plum, grapes, orange, complex.
|Brewing equipment used according to your grinder|
If you are keen on savouring Tiong Hoe's hand brewed coffee, don't be surprised that there are no prices on their menu. Tiong Hoe's strong positioning in providing the best coffee relies on your tipping: you pay how much you think your drink is worth.
We also ordered a Piccolo Latte, and I loved how the espresso blended in together with the warm milk, making it really smooth and silky. The full-bodied flavour was very intense; it's definitely the 'perk-me-up' kind of drink to get you through the day.
Blk 170 Stirling Road #01-1133
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm