The company, founded by singer JJ Lin in Taiwan in 2017, will launch a pop-up kiosk at Singapore’s ArtScience Museum in September 2022 as a prelude to a flagship café opening at the location next year
Miracle coffee currently operates three stores in Taipei, Taiwan, and one in Shanghai, China | Photo credit: Miracle Coffee
Miracle Coffee will launch a 90-day pop-up café kiosk at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands by the end of September 2022, ahead of a brick-and-mortar store launch in the museum’s lobby next year.
Miracle Coffee said the kiosk will only serve beverages, including an exclusive for the location called Kaya Cloud. Further menu items and prices for the Singapore outlet are yet to be announced.
Miracle coffee currently operates three stores in Taipei, Taiwan, and one in Shanghai, China.
“I am thrilled to team up with Marina Bay Sands to bring Miracle Coffee to my home, Singapore. 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. There is no other location that is more suitable than the iconic ArtScience Museum,” said JJ Lin.