Miracle Coffee: JJ Lin’s coffee shop opens at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

@candidcuisine Miracle Coffee be like a miracle with Bonsoy Latte and the Singapore signature Kaya Cloud #coffee #internationalcoffeeday #f1singapore #tiktoksg #jjlin #miraclecoffee #sgfoodie ♬ Lose Control – JJ Lin

Address: ArtScience Museum, Level 1, Rain Oculus
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Opening Hours: September 30, 2022 12:00pm – 6:30pm, October 1 – December 29, 2022 10:00am – 6:30pm

Miracle Coffee: JJ Lin’s coffee shop opens at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

JJ Lin’s popular Taiwanese coffee shop Miracle Coffee lands in the island of Singapore. Opening in collaboration with the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, Miracle Coffee’s popup store is selling their popular Bonsoy Latte ($7.5) and the signature, Singapore exclusive signature Iced Kaya Cloud ($9) using their Miracle Coffee roasted single origin beans.

Guests will need to sign up for a queue through a QR code. There is also a physical queue but it’s only limited to 200 people at a time. The queueing system in place will last until October 2nd.

Miracle Coffee x MBS Menu

Sadly Miracle Coffee is not serving their eats at the popup store just as they do in Taipei. I would love to try out their Raspberry Chiffon with Mascarpone Cream and Afternoon Tea tiramisu sets. But hey, travel’s now opened, so why not fly to Taiwan?

I guess it’s safe to say for the better half of the year, Bacha Coffee’s takeaway and TWG Tea takeaway now have serious competition when it comes to lines. Better try out Miracle Coffee’s espresso line before the popup ends on December 29, 2022.

Iced Kaya Cloud – $9

Kaya Cloud ($9) is bound to be one of the bestsellers, another iced coffee concoction made with Miracle Coffee’s roasted single origin beans, topped with a fresh cream and flavored with Laya and shaved Gula Melaka. Talk about a mouthful in a cup. The Kaya Cloud is another homage to the growing cream coffee trend ala SYIP and abseil.

I find that I like the Kaya Cloud the best when the cream is also melted. The cream blends very well with the gula melaka, and the light coffee brew helps.

Bonsoy Latte – $7.5

I find the Bonsoy Latte a very light brew. I like the soy flavor, though I’m not much of a soya milk person and prefer whole cow’s milk. That said, it’s a less strong brew. I’m not sure who among you likes this kind of brew but certainly not someone who likes drinking coffee in the morning.

P.S. Miracle Coffee is also collaborating with SweetSpot Cafe at the Art Science Museum for non-caffeinated drinks such as Lin’s Wonderblend Smoothie, Miracle Milo and more. Rumor has it that this would form Miracle’s flagship coffee shop.