Wow, I think not many SG coffee geeks around. About myself: I just joined and hi anyways. I am into Nes until very recently I found a credible alternative and augment my drinking pleasure. I would like to get to know more about whats available in SG and also open/ share more espresso choices. Cheers!
I don't think local kopi is cheap nowadays. At 90ct a cup of kopi -o, I rather stay with my Nes alternative which is way better. Local humidity and heat spoils the beans and grounds quick once opened. That's why I stick to capsules...
Add one more to your list! Been brewing from home since '08. Started with the Silvia + Rocky combo from Spinelli and now using a Brewtus (though Rocky is still grinding on!) I tend to buy roasted beans either from Highlander or Oriole, though I'm also partial to Liberty's blend from time to time. Next step is a grinder upgrade and then home roasting. I just wish there was a way to get some of the renowned US blends locally. I hope your own quest is coming along well?
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