Thursday, July 21, 2016

3B Drip & Dutch Cafe @ Sungai Buloh


This secluded coffee bar could be worth the jaunt to Sungai Buloh - true to his new cafe's name, Korean coffee crackerjack Will Jung promises hand drip coffee & Dutch coffee, serving both in engaging ways to brighten up each patron's experience.

Take a seat at the counter for a close-up view of how your coffee is made; the cafe roasts its own beans under the banner of Jung's Three Bears (3B) brand, offering choices of blends that customers can select based on their personal priorities - Body, Aroma or Balance - created mainly with Guatemala's Antigua & Ethiopia's Yirgacheffe beans.

The beverages are deep, complex & robust, paired with chic desserts crafted for this cafe by PJ's Xiao By Crustz, including raspberry cream puffs (a nod to the Korean love for berries, adorably topped with a thin slice of chocolate in the shape of a bear's face) & tarts made with the essence of 3B's own Dutch coffee (brewed with cold water). 

Upstairs, 3B will soon unveil spaces dedicated to Dutch coffee-making techniques, showcasing the process in glass rooms that bear impressively intricate equipment, including Gothicism & Akma steampunk machines by the Seoul-based Dutch Lab coffee design company.

3B Drip & Dutch Cafe
21-G & 1, LGSB 1/4, Pusat Komersial LGSB, Off Jalan Hospital, Sungai Buloh. Daily, 11am-8pm

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16 comments:

  1. Thanks for dropping by here.

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    1. Dutch Coffee: it was an enjoyable visit ;)

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  2. That's one lovely looking glass of kopi-o-peng but of course, the test of the pudding is in the eating, the coffee in the drinking!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, i think the coffee here will be interesting for customers who want to explore different sorts of preparations ;)

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  3. I've never tried drip coffee before for fear that it might be too strong...hehe! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: that's true, some of the coffees do pack quite a punch! :D

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  4. Like those colourful coffee equipments :)

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    1. Choi Yen: yep, this is also a retail gallery where you can purchase various equipment ;)

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  5. Nice place, but a bit too far for us..... :(

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    1. CK: ya, it's quite far for me too ... it's easier for people who live in, say, taman tun dr ismail ... they can reach sungai buloh in less than 15 minutes if traffic is not heavy ;)

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  6. Those equipments kind of remind me of the science lab. The desserts look so pretty.

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    1. Phong Hong: haha, yeah, chemistry classes ;) and yup, they taste pretty good too! :D

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  7. I had a chance to try this coffee at the coffee expo - good beans and brew.

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    1. The Yum List: will and his team seem to pour a lot of heart and craft into their coffee ;)

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  8. Minutes from my house! I usually don't take this direction but now there's a reason to. Thanks. --Ning

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    1. Ning: hope you find it's worth the detour! ;)

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