Last month, I went to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam with a group of friends and we spent a good week there sightseeing, shopping (ehem, that’s a given cos #kainsgalore #telekungsgalore) and of course, cafe-hopping. Would be a waste not trying out the coffee from the second biggest exporter of coffee while we’re there. Advertisements
The dynamic duo behind Caffeination BWN (N & A) and I recently paid a visit to Little Audrey’s – one of the newest addition to Kiulap’s many coffee places and eateries – offering wholesome food and decadent desserts. The cafe is chic and elegant, much like the inspiration for the cafe’s name, Audrey Hepburn. I… Read More Little Audrey’s
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
Flour and Butter is a relatively new cafe (just opened in July 2016) at Menglait, situated right next to LeApple. It’s a medium-sized place which can fit up to 24 people at a time.
Koffee Kurapak, which can be translated to Coffee Talk, was another #koffeewithks event organised by Kaleidoscope BN (@ks.bn) (who also organised Brunei’s first Coffee Convention) with TedxGadong. It was held on Saturday, 8th October 2016 at iCentre and saw an intimate gathering of 20+ coffee enthusiasts.
Sunday, 2nd October 2016 saw Brunei’s first Coffee Convention, organised by Big BWN Cookout (@bigbwncookout), Kaleidoscope Studio (@ks.bn) and Matadoe Cafe (@matadoe.co). The event was held from 2.00 PM to 8.00 PM at Matadoe Cafe, Level 1 of Airport Mall, with pretty good turnouts.
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)