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O Glorious Maker of Coffee

Trying out Square Mile‘s Sweetshop Espresso on the ROK espresso-maker. Coffee continues to be a source of constant amazement. First, its manifold varieties and almost infinite espressions depending on varied permutations of treatment of the beans at every stage of the process from crop to cup. 712 more words


Be a hipster, drink coffee

Perhaps, the reason why coffee has become the world’s most popular beverage because it can be flavoured to one’s personal taste. Some personalised their coffee using sugar or cinnamon to sweeten,while othersĀ  milk or cream to ‘whiten’ their coffee. 445 more words

Food & Drinks

The Good News that is the Gospel

After the excitement of lunchtime service and staff meeting (where there wasn’t anyone balancing a broom on his nose this time, but a bunch of people trying to explain, unsuccessfully, the Chinese mooncake festival), needed a flat white to calm down for our first study on Paul’s letter to the Romans. 280 more words


department of caffeine, chinatown

surprisingly good food at this hipster coffee joint in chinatown. I do the following tick-the-box for these new joints: industrial wood-chic, check; coiffed baristas, check; obscure (maybe not quite obscure any longer) locale, check. 395 more words


Evangelical Ministry Assembly 2013, More Flat Whites

On the last day of the Evangelical Ministry Assembly 2013, we said tearful goodbyes to the (mostly) African brothers and sisters, classmates for the past year, heading back to their countries, never expecting to see them again in this lifetime. 599 more words


Gone in 60 seconds...

My maiden post. Definitely not any ground shaking incident in particular but one which was thought-provoking in itself. Well, even if its not significant on its own, its a momentous episode as it led me to this blog. 299 more words


Flat Whites and Sandwiches

With lunchtimes now at a premium, have resorted to quite a few quick bites and grab-and-go’s.

6oz Espresso Bar (facebook, 20 McCallum Street, Tokio Marine Centre). 201 more words