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Popular modes of brewing coffee at third wave coffee spots include the hand drip method.

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Roasting at Kurasu’s flagship store in Kyoto.

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Ong Shi Chun, freelance barista.

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(Left) Tim Chew, coffee consultant. (Right) Roasting by The Community Coffee, as part of Glasshouse’s regular Meet Your Roaster Series.

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Angelo Tan, cafe manager of Kurasu.

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Coffee line-up at Homeground Coffee Roasters.

Not Your Average Joe

Coffee is more than just a caffeine fix for these passionate roasters and baristas
Aug 2, 2019 5:50 AM

KURASU AT ODEON Towers is often packed with white collar folks and creatives. A kopi o kosong nearby will set them back about S$1.20, yet they willingly fork out S$8 for a shot of Ethiopia Gesha Village Oma Natural. Roasted in Kurasu's flagship store in Kyoto, it is delicately brewed by the hand

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