Kickstart Your Day At Kyoto-Headquartered % Arabica’s Newest Outlet

Your daily dose of vitamin caffeine

If you love taking your first blissful sip of coffee before rushing to your daily grind, then this one’s for you. Popular Kyoto-headquartered coffee brand % Arabica is coming to Marina Bay Sands, its sixth outlet in Singapore.

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Perk up with a fresh cuppa at % Arabica’s takeaway-only concept at MBS. (Photo from: @arabicasg)

% Arabica Coffee

% Arabica hails from Kyoto, Japan and has impressively launched 140 stores across 19 countries. Its founder and Creative Director Kenneth Shoji said that % Arabica is the fruit of his love for coffee, design, and seeing the world. The brand rose to the top with its freshly roasted beans and its minimalist, beautifully designed stores.

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A look inside % Arabica’s outlet in Arab Street. (Photo from: @arabicasg)

After launching in Arab Street, % Arabica Singapore has expanded and successfully set up shop at the 313 @ Somerset shopping mall, Chip Bee Gardens near Holland Village, Jewel Changi Airport, and at CapitaSpring building.

% Arabica Coffee At Marina Bay Sands menu and location

The new % Arabica outlet will sell its signature brews such as its Cafe Latte (SGD7) and Espresso Macchiato (SGD5.80).

It offers a roster of single-origin beans from Colombia, Ethiopia, Nicaragua, or % Arabica’s own blend of beans sourced from the founder’s coffee farm in Hawaii. It will also offer alternative options for non-coffee drinkers such as its Matcha Latte (SGD8.60 for the short size) that’s made with matcha powder produced in-house by % Arabica Kyoto and Lemonade Still (SGD7) or Sparkling (SGD8).

You can also expect to find takeaway-friendly food like croissants (prices start at SGD4.80), the brand’s tumblers, tote bags, and more.

The new coffee place will be located at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (2 Bayfront Ave, #01-75/76, Singapore 018956). It’s slated to open by the end of January.

(Cover photos from: @arabicasg)

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