Miracle Coffee by JJ Lin in Marina Bay Sands

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JJ Lin fans have something to look forward to next month, as the famous singer’s cafe Miracle Coffee is set to land on our shores very soon.

Miracle Coffee’s recent Instagram post hinted that the cafe will be launching at Marina Bay Sands on 30 September 2022, 12pm. The 90-day pop-up will be held at the ArtScience Museum‘s outdoor Rain Oculus. Thereafter, from 29 December 10am, the flagship cafe will be located in the museum’s lobby.

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The popular cafe has one outlet in Shanghai and three more in Taipei: in Neihu district, Dongqu district, and Guting district, their newest opening. They recently launched an afternoon tea set (NT$260/~S$11.80) that’s available daily from 2pm to 5pm, which includes a drink and one cake or toast.

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Coffee lovers will also be pleased with the selection of hand drip options at Miracle Coffee’s Taipei locations, which rotate on a monthly basis. Past highlights include Honduras La Isabel beans that feature notes of blackcurrant, dark chocolate, and walnut, as well as the lighter-tasting Ethiopia beans.

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For the pop-up, fans can expect a curated list of single-origin beans from specialty coffee producers, including Panama and Kenya. There’ll also be a selection of Singapore-exclusive drinks, including Kaya Cloud (price TBD): Americano with kaya-spiked cream and gula melaka shavings.

Make sure you keep your eyes peeled on Miracle Coffee’s Instagram page for timely updates.

Another new cafe worth checking out is September Coffee, which offers hearty brunch fare and IG-worthy drinks. The minimalist cafe in Chinatown serves an aesthetic Iced Espresso Latte ($8++), which comes with espresso ice cubes and a side of fresh milk for pouring in.

If you’re heading to MBS for Miracle Coffee, read our compiled list of Marina Bay Sands restaurants for more substantial eats in the area!

For more coffee-related content, read our guide to the best kopi stalls in Singapore, which include famous Nanyang-style kopi shops with many years of history. Otherwise, if you’re looking to cross the Causeway, we’ve gathered 15 Johor Bahru cafes worth checking out, from hidden coffee stops to a rustic Englishhouse-inspired brunch spot.

Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, ArtScience Museum, Singapore 018974
Opening hours: TBA

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Featured image adapted from @miraclecoffee151

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