Hannieroo wrote:How can you put ten things in coffee? Coffee and water. Maybe sugar and milk if you are a big baby. But that's only four. Six straws?
It's not how many things you're putting in, it's just describing how you want your drink made. For example, at Starbucks I order this:
Iced triple grande non-fat 1 pump mocha
As opposed to the normal Iced Mocha, it is a triple (extra shot of espresso), 1-pump (as opposed to four pumps - how much chocolate they put inside. 4 pumps tastes like a chocolate bar) of Mocha, and non-fat milk.
Most places I just order an iced latte, but this tastes like shit at Starbucks and needs that 1 pump of mocha to hide the shit taste.
Most people would just got to real coffee shop and order the drink they like where it tastes good. But in Singapore, the good coffee shops seem to have bankers hours and/or are in inconvenient spots. The closest good place to my house opens at 8:30am and closes at 6pm most days. Closed Mondays. Hard to get to while working a real job. The best coffee shop in Singapore is next to Jalan Besar stadium. Who the hell lives or works over there? Just hipsters and Australian backpackers in hostels. The only saving grace is that the second best coffee in Singapore now has a second location in Raffles City, so I can make it there now a couple of times a week.