Get Your Brewtiful Selfie Printed On Coffee, Only To End Up Drinking Your Own Face

Do you love your face so much you want your coffee to come complete with a picture of yourself on it?

Note: not your picture on the cup, but a picture printed directly into the whipped cream foam. And it’s 100% edible!

Selfie coffees have taken coffee drinking to another level – way above 3D foam lattes.

One-of-a-kind drink

Tucked away in an obscure corner on Haji Lane, The Selfie Coffee lets you customize your coffee for a unique drink. Originally from Malaysia, the Singapore branch also lets you print your photo onto the foam that your coffee comes with.

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You can print selfies, commemorative photos, your beloved pet – anything goes! You can also take a picture on the spot, and the cafe has even provided props like huge sunglasses for goofy photos. We heard that some people even printed their idol’s faces onto the coffee! Talk about dedication.

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After you’ve ordered, you will send your selfie or photo to a printing machine, which will ‘print’ your photo onto the whipped cream layer to create an exact color coffee.

If you intend to take 10,000 shots of your selfie coffee, go for an iced latte or frappe, as the picture can last up to an hour on cold drinks. Your face will dissolve in a hot drink in about 5 minutes – which is simply not long enough to admire your selfie!

Are we seeing double? (Image Credit: @natasha.pye)

Go for the novelty, stay for the coffee

Their coffee and frappes also come in a variety of flavors, like Salted Caramel, Matcha, Butterscotch, Caramel Macchiato, and White Chocolate just to name a few. The best yet: Horlicks fans will be thrilled to know that the selfie frappe also comes in Horlicks flavor.

Even though having a selfie coffee on a drink is a novelty, the cafe strives to provide delicious coffee that has people returning. The owner said that he didn’t want the selfie coffee to be one-time thing.

Besides coffee, there is also a selection of teas, non-caffeineated ice blended drinks, pies and cakes. Complete your insta-worthy flat lay with a slice of rainbow cake!

Selfie Coffee
Address: 11 Haji Lane, Singapore 189204
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 12pm – 8pm; Fri – Sun: 11am – 10pm
Contact no.: 6341 7213
Website

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