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Telephone
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Introduction
Yahava KoffeeWorks serves specialty coffees and they seek to serve specialty coffee from around the world. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 18:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 18:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.yahava.sg
Signature Dishes
Specialty Estate Koffee
Review (3)
Yahava Koffeeworks is a 10-year old Australian brand hailed from Perth, founded by true coffee lovers who travelled the world on motorcycles to hunt for the best coffee. They brought their stories and beans home to work their magic into each and every cup of coffee the patrons enjoy; and they are in Singapore now - serving coffee as well as selling coffee stuffs (mugs, sieves, etc). The staff was very friendly.The Earl Grey Tea Cake (SGD$6.00) was an interesting creation - a dense, moist cake rich in earl grey's aroma with every bite, distinctive and sure. The additions of dried cranberries and walnuts added touches of flavour and crunch to the cake, and I deduced that I really liked this cake.Next, the Matcha Azuki Cake (SGD$7.50) was another amazing pastry - rich, creamy texture alternating between fluffy, soft, moistened layers. The sapid taste of green tea was evident and delicious; the red beans added bite and another level of sweetness to the cake. I could have ordered another of this.Now we move on to their specialities - coffee! We ordered an assortment to share, so we could maximise our trysts of different flavours. The colours were so lovely and tempting, and we did not know which cup to begin with.  Affogato (SGD$5.00) was sweet, creamy and made frothy by the scoop of vanilla ice-cream, cooling the hot coffee to a lovely temperature that was kind to the lips upon sipping. I enjoyable the aromatic coffee and ice-cream combination here.  Following that, the Rose Latte (SGD$5.00), became one of my favorites as well. It was redolent with bold hints of rose syrup aka bandung, in local context. The drink was pretty in pink with a frothy top layer giving way to sweet, aromatic, floral coffee concoction that was creamy and smooth all at once.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/11/afternoon-tea-at-yahava-kaffeeworks.html continue reading
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Full Yahava KoffeeWorks review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/08/yahava-koffeeworks.htmlFounded in 2001 within the town of Metricup, in the Wilyabrup region of the Margaret River area in Western Australia, Yahava KoffeeWorks is, at heart, an adventure company. Dutch founder Alex Kok, known by his moniker 'The Koffee Baron', passed on his legacy of searching the world for the best coffee beans, roasting them in small batches, and brewing them in-house. The passion and commitment to coffee, and their motto of 'Adventure in a Cup!', means Yahava KoffeeWorks is focused on delivering the best coffee experience possible.Ambience at Yahava KoffeeWorks retains the look and feel of their founder's coffee roasting shed. Warm, dim ambient lighting, rickety and rough looking wooden furniture, colourful cups, coffee making decor and equipment lining the walls, and the fragrant aroma of coffee beans roasting. Not the most comfortable place, and the aroma of coffee may stick to clothing, but it has a homely appeal.Service at Yahava KoffeeWorks is completely self-service. Ordering, payment, and collection is all done over the counter, you even have to self-help to plate cakes / pastries. I do like that staff are friendly and efficient at fulfilling orders, as well as clearing empty / dirty tables. The best thing though, is their product knowledge, staff are able to describe the various nuances of each coffee bean or coffee available, provide basic information on the roasting process, as well as offering samples if asked.Food at Yahava KoffeeWorks is strictly limited to pastries / cakes, which aren't made on-site, but instead, sourced from a supplier. There is no other food at all here. Thus, Yahava KoffeeWorks is really focused on beverages, in particular, coffee, with a wide range of flavours and styles available. Portions are rightly sized for individuals, and prices are typical of a cafe, budget about SGD $5 per person for 1 drink.The Long Black Kintamani House Blend (SGD $5) has a rich, smooth body, with a delicate floral sweetness and hints of chocolate. Sourced from small co-operative farms in the Bali region of Indonesia, the coffee beans from this region are known for being grown according to strict regulations, such as being pesticide-free and chemical-free. Only organic fertilizers are used, and beans are harvested only when they turn ripe.Created to commerate Singapore 50th Jubliee Year / SG50, the Rose Latte (SGD $5) infuses local flavour with the use of rose syrup. The result is a coffee beverage that is similar to the Malay style Bandung drink, floral aroma with the essence of rose, and milky in texture. You can still taste the robust coffee within, making this very pleasant. Very good! continue reading
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Along the stretch of the Sembawang Hill shophouses, lies this rather hidden cafe in this quiet estate. Being a franchise of the Australian outlet, you can expect the same services you get from there, here. That means, different types of coffee from all around the world and free coffee tasting! The Flat White tasted great. It is rather thick and with the right amount of milk added, produces a coffee taste that is not too overwhelming.The Carrot Cake is flavourful and slightly crumbly. Soft on the inside, crumbly on the outside.For a quiet place to study and relax or talk about work, this place offers the environment to do so (and with its great coffee and cakes!). For the full review and more photos, please visit http://makanarts.com/2013/12/03/yahava-koffeeworks-4-jalan-gelenggang/ continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)