Created by the same people behind cult coffee bar Omotesando Koffee, coffee bean specialists Koffee Mameya from Tokyo opens its first overseas store at Tsim Sha Tsui's K11 Musea. The founder, Eiichi Kunitomo, is one of Japan’s most esteemed master baristas and aims to elevate coffee culture in Hong Kong with a focus on the world's finest coffee beans and roasters.
The new Hong Kong outlet will be the first Koffee Mameya with seats, since the shop in Shibuya, Tokyo only offers a standing coffee experience. The interior of the coffee bar in Hong Kong is designed minimalist – similar to their Tokyo branch – with pale blonde wood, stone textures, and soft lighting used to create a simple, but sincere, environment that allows the coffee to shine.
The shop will be offering what they call an 'haute couture' coffee experience, which includes a one-on-one consultation with expert baristas to select the perfect coffee to suit your taste. Based on individual preferences and coffee habits, the baristas will then prescribe the best coffee beans and offer advice for optimal preparation along with brew recipes to make at home.
Koffee Mameya offers an exceptional range of coffee beans that are roasted to differing degrees, including the finest geisha coffee beans (one of the most exclusive coffees in the world from Panama) along with other rare and remarkable micro-lot coffees. Coffee lovers can taste anywhere from 15 to 20 curated coffees from around the world, before purchasing the beans they want to take home.
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