Journal

Singapore may be small but the city is making its mark on the coffee world

Singapore may be small but the city is making its mark on the coffee world

What Singapore lacks in size, it makes up for in a high number of quality coffee roasters. Last week we got together for Taste Of: Singapore to sample five coffees from some of the best roasters in the city. Each coffee was intriguing and delicious in its own way but one won the crowd favourite with an overwhelming swing of votes.
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London’s coffee future looks bright and it tastes pretty good too

London’s coffee future looks bright and it tastes pretty good too

For the sixth instalment of Bureaux Collective’s Taste Of series, we got together to taste coffee from the best roasters in London. Australia’s influence has long been cited as the only reason good coffee exists across the pond but results from last week’s event suggested the Brits might be doing just fine without us.
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Indonesia by Indonesia

Indonesia by Indonesia

Last week, attendees of ‘Taste of: Jakarta’ had the unique opportunity to sample coffee grown, processed and roasted by a single country.

Hold up. What is a ‘Taste of’ event all about?

It’s simple really — an opportunity for anyone, coffee pro or otherwise, to visit Bureaux and taste coffee from a notable coffee city in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

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Is the Nordic roast style alive and well in Copenhagen?

Is the Nordic roast style alive and well in Copenhagen?

It seems it definitely is. Last Thursday, August 9th, we held our fourth ‘Taste of’ event for the year. We created the ‘Taste of’ series to invite everyone, coffee pro or not, to come taste coffee with us in our shared roastery space in a fun and relaxed manner. Here’s what happened that night.
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