Dutch Colony Coffee Co.
Dutch Colony Coffee Co. is a coffee shop that makes coffee via beans from differing countries. It was formed in Singapore, 2013.
Each cup of coffee, at Dutch Colony Coffee Co., is made by a diverse style in terms of brewing. This diversity in brewing is one of the unique techniques here that enables customers to feel contented with the way their coffee tastes.
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Coffee fit for a duchess
A whole latte fuss for their coffee, but there’s a good reason behind it. Dutch Colony takes their coffee very seriously, and you get to pick your beans before choosing between hand-brewed or steampunk for the method of brewing.
Rich and balanced, their latte ($4.50) has me hooked. A sip guarantees you a full mouthfeel, and the smooth blankety goodness makes it easy even for non-coffee drinkers to consume. Pair your brew with their wide selection of pastries and cakes, but if you prefer grub, be there by noon as the kitchen closes at 3pm for the day.
And how could I forget the gorgeous interior? Featuring a glass panelling at the back of the cafe for natural lighting, you’ll be pulling off shots like your favourite Instagrammers. Great for a date with your book, casual meetups and hard work, this cafe will turn into your second home really soon.
specialty coffee will keep you coming back for more
Dutch Colony is one of the top few must-try coffee brewers in Singapore, and after trying their Dutch blend ristretto at Pasarbella I couldn’t resist visiting their specialty coffee lab at Frankel Avenue.
The brews by Dutch colony are really unique and have a citrus-like acidity, but goes down smoothly. Intrigued by the different brewing methods and seasonal coffees, I ordered a Single Origin Espresso + Blend Espresso ($6). The house blend was slightly less acidic and had nutty undertones, whereas the former was a little fruitier. I also had a slice of banana bread with espresso butter ($5), which paired really well with my coffee as it was a little on the sweeter side. The whole ambience of the cafe was very comfortable, perfect for a chill day with friends or by yourself. It’s a little inaccessible, but for such a great cup of coffee Dutch Colony is worth it.