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Brewmen @ Solaris Mont Kiara.

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Some bloggers seem to be naturally gifted writers and their readers devour their clear, economical prose. They can easily update a short post within half an hour which I think it is impossible. 
Well in my case I will need to do some photos editing which will probably take me an hour or two before I proceed to draft a post, and I admit that I am a slow writer, so bear with me and I hope you will enjoy scrolling my aftermath.

 

If you were to ask me what leads me here, the answer will be their Queen Bee. I've seen so many alluring coffee pictures flocking around instagram (follow me @EuniceEunny)  but got my attention except for this particular one. 
 Queen Bee- RM10

Queen bee , made with Espresso and honey. I adore the way it was made, prepared and presented. Simple, chic and contemporary. (Some say very 'tiny' too)
Shake the Queen Bee to allow the honey to mix with the espresso before pouring out. The Queen Bee tasted mellow-y sweet accompanying with the pleasant coffee aftertaste.

 Espresso Bomb - RM 13

I ordered this because I was captivated by the beauty of the name written
 on the board. There's a shot of espresso in the 
a standard latte glass and milk is filled till the same height as the short glass. 
You are require to do nothing and drink it as how you were to drink a glass of ordinary coffee.
The espresso will flow out to the outer glass and fuse with the milk as you begin to tilt it, very interesting way of serving. 

I would not say I love this very much, as I found that there's nothing
 to shout about other than their creative way of drinking it. 
More or less like having a latte without coffee art in it. ;)



Cold Brew. RM12 
A light, low-acidity cold brew coffee using El Salvador beans. Love it. 


Reverse Espresso - RM15
Baam! I fell for the creative name. Again. 
Frozen ball-shaped Espresso + hot water ... 
It's not because that they use exotic coffee bean to brew their coffee, but the way they 
present it to you, the think-out-of-the-box way that kept me grinning from ear to ear. 


Red Affogato- RM12 &Flat White RM10

Red affogato is made with Rooibos tea instead of the regular espresso shot.



What I enjoy most about this place besides their extraordinary way of serving coffee, would definitely be the song genre played here - Indie rock and acoustic. 
Brewmen certainly impress you with their impeccable services and good coffee. 


Brewmen
Address:
No.6, Jalan Solaris 4,
Solaris Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Business Hour:
Close on Monday
Tue - Thu: 11:30 am - 10:30 pm
Fri: 11:30 am - 12:00 am
Sat: 10:00 am - 12:00 am
Sun: 10:00 am - 10:30 pm

http://www.facebook.com/thebrewmen


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8 comments:

  1. haha, i used at least 3 days for a post. me is sloweeeerrrr than you. especially the writing part, i m not gifted.
    this place is serving interesting brews eh, bomb lar, reverse lar, so cute.
    and cold brew seems to be a hit now, everywhere.

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    1. Ahaha.. cause you working ma.. sometimes it takes me a week too!! Cant squeeze out anything to write. Lol!
      Yea, gotta agree with u, very creative names and serving method... suka sangat! ^^
      Cold brew is best serve on a hot day (for me) ... hahhaa..大口大口喝 syok.

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  2. this one really bojio ah....unacceptable ah. so near me some more...... ><

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    1. ahhaa... u stay home rest! Jio u again!^^

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  3. Trust me, I'll use at least 2 days to draft a post (not even the final checking yet!) and my friend would just draft hers in the office within half an hour. xD

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    1. ahhaa.. then i should continue to take my time then..;P

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  4. gorgeous shots of the drinks! your photos are so beautifully and thoughtfully composed :)

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    1. Thank you, Sean for your compliments. Will continue to take more nice photos.. ^^

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