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This Famous Australian Coffee Chain Opens In Singapore With Cotton Candy Frappe

10th October 2022

C Australia’s Coffee Club opens in Tanglin Mall

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Coffee lovers, here’s a new place you might want to check out: C Australia’s Coffee Club at Tanglin Mall. This cafe originates from Australia and is one of their largest homegrown coffee chains. With over 400 outlets across nine countries, they pride themselves on using sustainably-sourced and locally roasted coffee beans.  

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Minor Food Singapore

C Australia’s Coffee Club has come up with a special Singapore Editions menu. First up is the Iced Taro Hazelnut Latte ($8.90). This sweet and nutty drink has three layers: milk foam, coffee, and a taro base. 

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Minor Food Singapore

Another drink worth checking out is the Iced Coco-Pandan Latte ($8.90). This drink is said to be fragrant and creamy with a deep butterscotch flavour.

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For something fruity, go for their non-caffeinated Iced Ruby-Berry Latte ($8.90). You can also opt for the Iced Black & White Latte ($8.90) if you’d like a stronger caffeine kick. This highly recommended drink is said to be a mix of an espresso shot with chocolate and hazelnut. 

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Watt Zhong Qing on Google Maps

The Cotton Candy Frappe ($11.40) is another Instagrammable drink on their menu. Boasting pastel pink and turquoise hues, and topped with whipped cream and sprinkles, this drink puts a fun spin on coffee. 

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C Australia’s Coffee Club also offers pastries and snacks to go with your drinks. Their Chicken Mayo Croissant ($8.90) sees a buttery croissant that’s stuffed with heaps of chicken mayo filling, on a bed of tomatoes and lettuce. Seafood lovers can also opt for their Seafood Croissant at $9.90

For more cafes to visit in Singapore, you can read our guide on the best cafes in Singapore for brunch and desserts. Else, you can check out our Swee Lee Social Club review for banana brulée waffles and more. 

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Address: 163 Tanglin Road, #02-152, Tanglin Mall, Singapore 247933
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 7pm
Website
Tel: 6269 8876
C Australia’s Coffee Club is not a halal-certified eatery. 

Feature image adapted from: @nikikichua and Minor Food Singapore

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