Chilli syrup and cracked black pepper should not what folks would anticipate in espresso – until you’re at two-month-old Guerilla Espresso.
However the cafe has obtained the stability of flavours excellent.
A housemade chilli syrup, darkish chocolate, cinnamon and espresso kind an intriguing combine within the scorching Mayan Mocha ($8). A sluggish burn builds in the back of my throat, however it’s a good approach to heat up my abdomen for extra.
The opposite spotlight is House ($8), a double ristretto shot paired with condensed milk, pepper and salt. It’s paying homage to native kopi, which has that contact of warmth as nicely.
For one thing with a cooling aftertaste, go for the iced black mint ($7), which is infused and garnished with recent mint grown by native rooftop farm ComCrop. I am not a fan of mint, however I like that its flavour is neither overwhelming nor synthetic.
The 26-seat cafe is by Lola Group, which manages wholesale espresso options supplier Caffeine Options. I belief that the espresso will preserve its normal as group chief government Keith Loh has been a well-recognized face within the espresso business for the previous 15 years.
The place: Guerilla Espresso, 01-506/507 Suntec Metropolis, North Atrium, 3 Temasek Boulevard
Open: Weekdays, 8.30am to 7pm; weekends, 9.30am to 7pm