From July until end of October this year (2017), we asked people on social media sites (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) to share where their favourite coffee spots are in Brunei and what make them a favourite. Advertisements
Brunei’s inaugural Coffee & Cars festival hosted by Motoring BN, with event organiser CONFEX was held last weekend (29-30 October 2016) at Jerudong Park Garden and saw very good turnouts. The event was officiated by Yang Berhormat Dato Paduka Haji Ali bin Haji Apong, Minister of Primary Resources and Tourism Brunei. Coffee lovers were spoiled with choices with… Read More Event: Coffee & Cars 2016
If you’re following coffeegirlbn on Twitter, for the past few weeks in September 2016, you might be aware that I have conducted several polls with regards to coffee consumption or habit in Brunei. Caution: I only managed to get an average number of participants of 15 – quite small and may not represent the whole nation of… Read More Infographics: Coffee Consumption in Brunei (Preliminary Findings)
Ran’s Coffee started selling coffee on Instagram (@ranscoffee) and delivering them to customers. They also occasionally conducted private latte art classes. On 25th July 2016, they opened their coffee-to-go kiosk at Centrepoint, Gadong. I really like the colour scheme of the kiosk, it’s so bright and cheerful! The place can fit up 4-5 patrons. The kiosk is also… Read More Ran’s Coffee
Continuing the Coffee Talk series with Full Haus Coffee. They have been doing pop-ups in various events in the country and since May this year up until the start of Ramadhan were serving freshly brewed coffee at Health Promotion Centre.
Continuing the Coffee Talk series with the founder and owner of Babah’s Coffee & Tea. Babah’s Coffee & Tea is quite new in the coffee scene, having started selling coffee via Instagram in May 2016. Currently they cater to the KB market. What is the history of Babah’s Coffee & Tea? It all started with… Read More Coffee Talk: Babah’s Coffee & Tea