At Home with PPP

At Home With Leon

'I wasn't really a coffee drinker.'; When someone who breathes and lives coffee starts his conversation with this sentence, we know we're in for an exciting story. Meet Leon Lee, our Wholesale Account Manager. From 'coffee is gross' to 'OMG COFFEE PLEASE', he shares with us his 10 years and going coffee journey, from making your coffee to teaching how to make coffee. 

At Home With Raina

Just by looking at Raina's cheerful smile is enough to bright up one's day. Her bubbly personality makes her very approachable, an asset the F&B industry needs. Order coffee from her and you'll get your coffee served with a side of good mood. Originally from Korea, she came to Singapore almost two years ago to further pursue her career in coffee. She tells us how she started and the principles she abide to that helped her get to where she currently is. 

At Home With Hock Soon

If you've drank PPP Coffee anywhere else apart from our cafes, it is thanks to the efforts of Hock Soon (and of course, his team). As a Wholesale Account Manager, he makes PPP Coffee accessible to all, living our mission to 'connect people with coffee'. Not only does he sells, he teaches too, so that every cup of PPP Coffee served to you will do justice to the farm and its farmers. Outside work, you might catch him shopping around for a sandpot and a Turkish Ibrik that he hopes he can add to his home setup one day.

At Home With Hazni

If you've bought something from our online shop, chances are your order was packed by Hazni, our Inventory and Logistics Manager. He makes sure the order you placed is accurately packed, securely properly and delivered to you in a timely manner. But his passion for coffee goes beyond understanding them. Maybe next time, you'll also be able to drink coffee made by him in one of our cafes!

Coffee

The Home Brewer's Gift Guide

The season of giving is here again! Not sure what to get for your coffee-lover friend/family? Our Christmas gift guide is here to guide you through every step of the way.

Kiamaina, Kenya

Founded in 1974, Kiamaina receives cherries from about 385 farmers in Karatina, Nyeri County. It is one of four factories managed by Kiama Coopera...

Tabe Burka, Ethiopia

The Tabe Burka washing station is located in the Uraga woreda, part of the Guji zone. It was founded by Tadesse Edema in 2008, being the first wash...

Don Alfonso - Aquiares Estate, Costa Rica

Aquiares Estate is one of Costa Rica's largest and most historic coffee farms, sitting on the fertile slopes of Turrialba Volcano. Its history date...

Recipes

Make Your Own Dairy-Free Coffee Cocktail In 4 Simple Steps

Black coffee in the morning. Iced latte in at noon. Coffee cocktail to wind down for the night. This recipe makes 2 servings (or 1, if you like a big cup), fuss-free and absolutely delicious.  

Make A Refreshing Cup Of Cascara Tea In 3 Simple Steps

Cascara meaning ‘peel’ in Spanish, is the skin of the coffee cherry, which is usually discarded after the cherries are washed and dried. The cascara is also our way of recycling leftover coffee pulp to create the base for a unique and refreshing tea.

Make Yourself a Mug of Hot Cacao

Make yourself a mug of hot cacao, perfect for a rainy day (or night) indulgence.

Make Your Own Oat Milk Cold Brew In 5 Simple Steps

Dreaming of a sugar-free and creamy cold brewed coffee? Here's a naturally sweet and dairy-free cold brew recipe that you oat to know!

Brew Guides

How To Brew With A Hario V60 (updated)

The V60 is a simple and versatile dripper used by many professional baristas and home brewers around the world. If you’re just starting to brew at home, the Hario V60 is a perfect way to start!

The Hario V60 Ceramic vs Plastic: Which Is Better?

Are you looking to start your journey into home brewing and pour overs? Considering your first V60 but can’t decide which one? In this instalment of our Brew Guide series, we investigate the Hario V60, namely its two most often used iterations, the plastic and ceramic versions. 

The Gooseneck Kettle: A Necessary Tool for the Home Barista?

Ever wondered why the baristas at your favourite café use these specially designed kettles with a characteristic long thin spout and thick handle? Does it actually make a significant difference to a pour-over or is it just a visual gimmick employed by baristas to whet the appetites of coffee drinkers?

How to Brew with a French Press

The French Press is well known for its ability to brew easy and consistent Coffee, this Brewing Device is reliable and trusty for you daily brew. ...