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—  Coffee & Tea —

Es Jahe — 7
Ginger, palm sugar, and coconut water

Bandrek — 5
Ginger, cloves, cinnamon, palm sugar, and cayenne pepper

Soda Gembira "Happy Soda" — 6
Sparkling water, condensed milk and coco pandan syrup

Es Alpukat — 7
Layered avocado espresso smoothie

Es Kacang Ijo — 7
Mung beans, ginger, shaved ice topped with palm sugar, cosonut milk, condensed milk and coco pendan

Bajigur — 6
Coffee with pandan infused coconut milk

Organic White Tea — 10

Kopi Luwak — 25

Coffee (Single origin Sumatra) — 3
Cold Brew — 4.25
Nitro Cold Brew — 5
Espresso — 3.25
Americano — 4
Cappuccino — 4.25
Cortado — 3.5
Maccchiato — 3.25
Latte — 4.5
Mocha — 4.5
Chai Latte — 4.5
Dirty Chai — 5
Bajigur (Single origin Sumatra brew with coconut milk) — 6
Kopi Susu (Single origin Sumatra brew with condensed milk) — 4.5
Ginger Brew (Ginger, palm sugar) — 4.5
Bruleed Ginger Brew — 6
Bruleed Cappuccino — 6
Indonesian Black Vanilla Tea — 3.5
Mighty Leaf Organic Tea — 3.5
Indonesian Jasmine Tea — 3.5
Indonesian Jasmine Tea (clay pot) — 12


— Cocktails —

—  The Last Word  —
Gin, Green Chartreuse, Maraschino liqueur, Lime juice
According to history, The Last Word was first served at the Detroit Athletic Club around the year 1915-1916 for a price of 35 cents.

—  Sazerac  —
Rye Whiskey, Absinthe, Sugar cube, Peychaud’s
Antoine Amédéé Peychaud ran a drug store in New Orleans in the 1830s and created Peychaud’s Bitters, an ingredient still served in Sazeracs to this day. He started serving toddies served with his bitters and Sazerac de Forge et Fils cognac which was subbed with Rye Whiskey year later.

—  Sidecar  —
Cognac, Cointreau, Lemon, Sugar Rimmed
Being one of the most popular cocktails during prohibition, Sidecar has a history of controversy with its origin. It’s said to be invented during World War 1 in Paris.

—  Hemingway Daquiri  —
White Rum, Luxardo Maraschino, Grapefruit, Lime, Simple
“I drink to make other people more interesting” - Ernest Hemingway

—  Negroni  —
Gin, Campari, Sweet Vermouth
Going back to the early 20th century, Count Camillo Negroni, an established jet-set asked a bartender at an elegant bar in Florence to give a twist to a popular drink of those years, Americano.

— Kopi Kopi Signature Cocktails —

—  The Pulau  —
Goslings Navy Black Seal, Bir Jahe, Pandan, CoCo Lopez, Lime

—  Desa Rose  —
Gin, Amaretto, Agave, Lemon, Egg White, Rose Petals

—  Java Old Fashioned  —
Bourbon, Bitters, Gula Jawa

—  Mezcal Negroni  —
Mezcal, Campari, Antica Formula

—  Blackberry Mule  —
Tito’s Vodka, Ginger Beer, Blackberries, Lime