If you’ve ever lived in or visited Melbourne, you’ll know the city is synonymous with one thing: fantastic coffee. Touted by some as the coffee capital of the world, it seems no one does coffee like the Melburnians do.

Missing a taste of the city’s brew? Lucky for us, you’ll be able to drink it right here in Singapore very soon.

Image Credit: Market Lane Coffee

Three of Melbourne’s most renowned cafés are coming together under one roof for Singapore’s first Melbourne café street pop-up.

Featuring coffee from Industry Beans, Market Lane Coffee and St. Ali, this 5-day coffee festival lasting from 18 – 22 May will see FREE cappuccinos and espressos being served up. Visitors are encouraged to walk around the cafés to discover their unique stories, as well as find out more about their coffees.

Image Credit: St. Ali

A collaboration between Italian coffee machine brand De’Longhi, specialty coffee beans e-tailer Cafebond.com and Australian-based Harvey Norman, this Melbourne café street pop-up aims to bring you a truly authentic café experience, with premium coffee machines and artisan coffee.

Image Credit: Industry Beans

Whether you are keen on picking up a coffee machine or want a taste of Melbourne’s finest, head on down the pop-up café street–it’s bound to be a delicious experience.

Melbourne Café Street Pop-Up
Address: Millenia Walk Atrium, 9 Raffles Boulevard, S039596
Date: 18 – 22 May
Time: 11am – 5pm

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(Top Image Credit: Market Lane Coffee)

 
 
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