SINGAPORE - Love cafe-hopping around Singapore for a good cup of joe?
Coffee junkies will have a good time at Singapore's first coffee festival (SCF) held at the F1 Pit building from June 10-12, 11am to 9pm.
Visitors can look forward to an interactive multi-sensory experience which showcases local craftsmanship in speciality coffee, as well as Singapore's unique and rich kopi heritage.
At the festival, they will enjoy a wide range of brewed drinks and live music from the hottest local acts curated by festival creative consultant Daniel Boey.
Those keen on learning how to make their own brew can also purchase beans, gadgets and machines, and attend workshops and talks held at the Lab areas by Bettr Barista, Common Man CoffeeRoasters and The Straits Times.
Over 100 exhibitors will be offering their products and services at the four-day event.
Tickets are now on sale at SISTIC, and include a complimentary goodie bag that can be redeemed at the festival grounds.
Trade professionals, F&B businesses and employees of F&B outlets can also check out new coffee products as well as network with trade suppliers and wholesalers in the "Media and Trade Preview" on June 9 from 11am to 9pm. To register, visit http://goo.gl/forms/pEVspbhq0Z
The four-day SCF 2016 is presented by DBS, hosted by The Straits Times, and organised by Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd, the events and exhibitions arm of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH).
For more information, visit http://sgcoffeefestival.com.sg/.