Coffee aficionados in Singapore, prepare to have your taste buds tantalised as China’s largest coffee chain, luckin coffee, makes its much-anticipated entrance into the Lion City.

Also known as the “Starbucks of China”, luckin coffee is famous for its Coconut Latte. If you’ve had a similar version in Vietnam, then you know you are in for a treat. But that’s not all luckin coffee has to offer, as the coffee chain sets out to disrupt the local coffee scene with technology.

A cup of luckin coffee at Beijing University. Photo: @jamnow/Instagram

The first cashier-less cafe in Singapore

While most cafes opt for wood tones and a clean white backdrop for a cosy and calming atmosphere, luckin coffee has other plans. With a striking blue and white combination, luckin coffee boasts its incorporation of technology into all their outlets. There will be no cashiers, and customers can purchase and collect their coffee using the luckin coffee mobile app for both dine-in and takeaway purposes.

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Download their app to enjoy your first drink at $0.99, as well as enjoy many more 1-for-1 promotions on luckin coffee in the future.

What to expect?

The star of the show is undoubtedly Luckin Coffee’s famed Coconut Latte, which has sold over 300 million cups worldwide. Other notable items on the menu include the ‘Little Black Cup’ Specialty SOE coffee series and the refreshing Luckin Exfreezo™ series.

luckin coffee takes pride in offering coffee made from beans that have been sustainably sourced from top coffee-producing regions, such as China (Yunnan), Colombia, and Ethiopia. The brand’s dedication to quality has earned its beans the Gold Medal in the IIAC International Coffee Tasting competition for five consecutive years, from 2018 to 2022.

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luckin coffee will be opening its first stores at Ngee Ann and Marina Square on 31 March, with plans to expand to Guoco Tower, Aperia, Citylink, and Jewel Changi Airport. Keep an eye out for these sleek, modern coffee havens as they transform Singapore’s coffee scene, one cup at a time.

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