I love Taiwan for its night markets and scenic sites and I have made at least 4 trips there now. In the past, I would not even bother looking for coffee as this is a community that raves highly on tea. And their tea are indeed refreshing. From bubble teas to cold brews, I drink them all. Look at some of the amazing tea they have readily available in stores. Recently, the Taiwanese community have shifted and started to consume much more coffee. To my delight, I have been lucky
Coffee was introduced to Vietnam in 1857 by the French and slowly grew as producer of coffee in Asia. The height of coffee production occurred in the early 20th century as small-scale production shifted towards plantations. By 2000, coffee production had grown to 900,000 tons per year. Vietnam is the second largest producer in the world after Brazil. Hanoi Be really careful when you make your trip here. The locals are known to scam foreigners because of the language barrier.
While running Shrove Tuesday Cafe, I am lucky enough to be approached by my then COO (Now friend and mentor) to help set up Joe & the Juice in both Singapore and Hong Kong. An opportunity that I cannot ignore. During my tenure as Country Manager, I have opened 4 outlets in Singapore (heard that Wisma closed recently) and 2 outlets in Hong Kong - a total of 6 outlets in less than 1.5 years. This opportunity has given me a chance to flex my brain muscles to it's limits and I ha