Miracle Coffee, a Taiwanese coffee chain, is planning to open its first store in Singapore at the end of this month.
The pop-up store, which is the brand’s fifth location, will be placed at ArtScience Museum at the Marina Bay Sands and will trade for 90 days ahead of a permanent cafe set to launch next year.
Cold brews, Americanos, cappuccinos, and lattes will be available at the kiosk, as well as Kaya Cloud, an Americano-style coffee with fragrant fruity notes and fresh cream on top.
“Since this is our first time setting up a pop-up for Miracle Coffee, we wanted a scenic location that can stage the intimate scene of coffee lovers revelling in a smooth cup of coffee while soaking in views of my beautiful city,” JJ Lin said.
Miracle Coffee was established by JJ Lin in 2017 and currently operates in Taiwan and Mainland China.
JJ Lin has diversified his investments in his business portfolio in addition to his music career. Along with owning the Miracle Coffee chain, he also runs an e-sports organisation and the SMG fashion label.
According to Statista, the rise in chains and speciality coffee shops during the past few years has contributed to Singapore’s rising coffee consumption. Around 95,000 60kg bags of coffee are consumed in the country annually.