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Vietnam Coffee? Kösa Coffee!!

Imagine driving past Saradise and see a shop with a signboard that says coffee instead of yet another Bubble Milk Tea. If you're just as excited as I was, then this is for you.

Kosa Coffee opened for business just a few days ago, and I was there on their second day of operation, but I went back again today to try out some other options just to be sure. Using a blend of Arabica and Robusta coffee beans grown in vietnam, Kosa Coffee's rich and delicate coffees will definitely create a whole new experience for you and your taste buds.

First on the list is, of course, the Vietnamese Coffee. It comes with 2 variation, one black, and one with condensed milk. If you were to go for the condensed milk option, be sure to let the last drop drip and start stirring the cup slowly, allowing you to tune the sweetness of the coffee to your personal preference.

Next up is the Vietnamese Bac Xiu Coffee, the perfect coffee for you if you would like a less caffeine way of coffee, as the boss described it, it's like a Vietnam version of White Coffee. If you're not a fan of sweetness, then you need to let them know that you would like it with less sweetness.

Other than the Vietnamese drip coffee and the Bac Xiu, they also serve Coconut Coffee. And according to their Facebook, this was one of the most popular coffee back in Vietnam. Since I haven't tried that one, I would definitely go back for it.

They don't just serve Vietnamese coffees, you could also find Americano, Latte, Cappucinno and so on here too. Although to be honest, I prefer to have their Vietnamese Drip Coffee more after trying out their Cappuccino. It might be due to my personal preference, but the chocolate art on top really messes with the fragrance of the coffee. And since it is a Cappuccino, I definitely don't want to stir up the cup and erase the foam.

During my first visit, we were also introduced to their premium tea selections. Stored in a fancy looking box, we were told that the tea selections they've had in their store was the one consumed by the English Royal Families. I mean, you can drink the same tea as Queen Elizabeth does, and it is only available here at Kosa Coffee. How cool is that? XD

They don't have any main course on the menu, but they do have a wide selections of pastries that you could really die for. Some of which includes the Apple Crown and Pain Au Chocolat which would crumble in your mouth and melt your hearts with the flavours and deliciousness that you just cannot put in words.

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Anyway, back to the topic, Kosa Coffee probably replaced the place of some of the top few places I would visit for coffee, a break, or to work.

The environment is very well lit during the day from the natural light outside shining through the glass panels, and the music is soft enough that you could chit chat with your friends without breaking your throat.

So, if you're looking for a place to hangout, catch up with your friends, or just to take a tea (or coffee) break, drop by Kosa Coffee!!


Operating Hours: 0930 - 00:00 Daily

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