Singapore Coffee Festival – a must-go for coffee lovers

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    Ever curious about how to make a decent cup of coffee? We have just the right festival for you.

    Singapore will be holding its first ever Singapore Coffee Festival (SFC) between 9-12 June where over 100 exhibitors from the coffee and café industry will come together to engage coffee lovers and drinkers who want to learn more about what goes into making a perfect cup of Joe.

    During the 4-day festival targeted at both trade visitors as well as coffee lovers, participants will get to sample some of the top coffee roasts from around the world, attend workshops to learn all about their favourite drink as well as watch baristas perform live on site. The SFC will be held at the F1 Pit Building. Topics include latte art techniques and coffee-brewing methods you can do at home.

    Ticket prices start from $18 for the ‘General’ 1-day pass which provides access to workshops and lab sessions, music stages as well as a goodie bag worth $15. Upgrade to the VIP ticket at $43 and get these additional perks: VIP fast track entry, VIP lounge experience with a complimentary glass of cocktail and canapes and a VIP goodie bag worth $40.

    For more information, check out the SFC website.

    Singapore Coffee Festival 2016

    The F1 Pit Building
    1 Republic Boulevard, Singapore 038975
    Date: 9-12 June

    9 June: Trade and media preview from 11am – 9pm

    10-12 June: Open to the public from from 11am – 9pm

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