Coffee culture in Singapore is alive and well. We’ve already had our fair share of caffeine-fuelled events over the past few years, like the world’s first ever cafe-hopping festival in 2014 (although there were a few setbacks), the cafe version of Restaurant Week in 2015 and most recently, the first Singapore Coffee Festival that was held at the F1 Pit Building. But this one might be the mother of them all because…$1 coffees.
Sept 29 is the date to look out for, as Singapore joins in the celebration of coffee on National Coffee Day. On an international level, apart from promoting fair trade coffee, it’s a chance to recognize coffee growers around the world and to learn about the journey from farm to shop. Here, National Coffee Movement is working together with Kopi Pass to enjoy coffee at 30 different cafes, who’ll be pricing their coffee at $1, as long as they’ve purchased a Kopi Pass.
Details on participating cafes are still in the works at the moment. So far, only The Assembly Ground has been announced as one of the 30 outlets where you can get $1 kopi. Check their website and Facebook event page regularly for updates.