Taipei Cafe MrRdrinks Serves Coffee With Super Cute Shiba Inu On Top

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Dogs are cute, right?

This is a rhetorical question by the way. 

To be more specific, Shiba Inu’s are adorable. What better way to start your day off with by seeing something like this?

Shibai Inu In a Cup

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Help, how come I feel like drinking this would only ruin it?

Why do I feel like petting it?

My fawning aside, that is an actual image of a Shiba Inu-shaped marshmallow sitting on a fluffy drink.

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They popped up on the menu of MrRdrinks, a cafe in Taipei around November 2017.

And the best part? They come in varying colours and designs!

You can choose between a pink, black or brown Shiba Inu to sit on your drink. You can even choose a rose or Sakura to represent the season. My pick is still the dog though.

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The thickness of the froth and the chubbiness of the sleeping dog somehow make for an extremely peaceful image.

Shame that we have to drink it.

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This one above is my personal favourite.

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It is a pretty small cafe though. According to local food bloggers, only one person runs it, so you have to wait a bit.

Honestly? Seems worth it.

And if you’re worried that it’ll sell out, don’t worry.

Limited Quantity

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These drinks are limited to one per person so please do not be greedy or cheat the system.

Each cup is also $6-$8, not the cheapest so watch your wallets.

The big question I know will be asked is, “Eh, I’m in Taiwan how to go there?!”

Relax, we got you. (and me, I want one too!)

MrRdrinks: 雨田先生手沖飲品吧

  • Address: No. 69, Lane 223, Section 4, Zhongxiao East Road, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106
  • Opening hours:
    • Mon-Fri: 7.30am-7pm
    • Sat, Sun & public holidays: 10am-7pm
  • Nearest train station: Zhongxiao Dunhua or Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall