During the ensuing years, coffee trade developed rapidly due to the enterprise and hard work of the traders. Singapore gained recognition as one of the coffee centres of the world.
Today, as a result of the transformation, Singapore Coffee Association’s membership represents all sectors of the coffee industry, from green coffee supply chain
providers, international and national roasters to well-known coffee retailers.
The roasting process that creates this coffee is a unique and traditional one. Indonesia EK-1 Coffee Beans are roasted in customized roasting drums at a temperature of just over 180°C for 25 minutes before it is coated in a pot of caramelized raw sugar. Believed to be a variation of the Torrefacto roasting method still common in Argentina, Costa Rica, France, Portugal and Spain, this process is a local practice that gives local coffee its unique taste that many Singaporeans have become so familiar with.
In local terms, White Coffee refers to regular coffee instead of coffee with cream, commonly known by the rest of the world. Black Coffee, or simply Kopi, naturally means the local coffee that is roasted using the Torrefacto method.
Our members consists of different parts of the coffee industries/supply chain such as Green/Roasted Coffee Beans, Cafes, Coffee Machine Suppliers etc. Interested to be our member? Drop us an email at email@example.com
The Singapore Coffee Association organizes activities/events such as classes, coffee farm trips and is also sanctioned by
World Coffee Events to run Singapore National Competitions.
Date: 29th - 31st January 2015
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Registration for SNBC is now closed.
Competition Rules and Regulations can be found on the WBC website at
Kindly go through the additionalbefore signing up for the competition.
Cheques and a printed copy of the registration forms should be mailed and addressed to
The Singapore Coffee Assocation/Singapore National Barista Championship 2015
at The Singapore Coffee Association, 80 Robinson Road #02-00, Singapore 068898
For further queries, kindly send your emails to .
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