Many celebrities wear different hats. Not only are they actors, singers, or radio deejays, but some are also cafe owners.
For example, Pornsak started several F&B ventures, Dick Lee co-founded Slappy Cakes, and Pierre Png started 301 Bar & Kitchen.
JJ Lin, on the other hand, will be bringing his cafe, Miracle Coffee, to Singapore.
JJ Lin’s Cafe Chain, Miracle Coffee, Coming to S’pore on 30 Sept
The Singaporean singer-songwriter started this coffee joint back in 2017. It is located in Taipei’s Neihu District.
Not long after, he opened a second outlet in Taipei’s East District, near Dunhua Station (Exit 7). There is also another outlet located in Shanghai that opened in 2019.
We can understand why fans are flocking to his cafe, not just to catch a glimpse of his charming face.
The cafe itself is aesthetic, featuring a pastel blue and grey interior. Many customers use it as a background to take pictures of their coffee.
Speaking of coffee, they use coffee beans originating from Panama, Kenya and Ethiopia. Some items you can find include hand-drip coffee, latte, and cappuccino.
JJ Lin posted on his Instagram page to announce the opening of Miracle Coffee on 30 September 2022.
A flagship cafe will be launched at the lobby of ArtScience Museum in 2023 and a sneak preview will be available through a 90-day pop-up at the Rain Oculus outside ArtScience Museum.
The pop-up will take place from 30 September 2022 to 29 December 2022.
Many celebrities including Desmond Tan, Kit Chan and Ang Jun Yang congratulated him in the comments section.
Hopefully, this means we will get to see him more in Singapore, other than his upcoming concert in November.
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