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Pretty & Insta-Worthy Floral Drinks Available At Café De Nicole's Flowers In Singapore

Pretty & Insta-Worthy Floral Drinks Available At Café De Nicole's Flowers In Singapore

Lifestyle Food
By Amelia on 26 May 2020
Creative Editor

If you are bored of making Dalgona coffee, or you are in need of posting an Instagrammable picture to update your Instagram, so that at least your friends and followers know what you are up to during the circuit breaker season, we have got you covered.


Café De Nicole's Flowers, a café located in the East of Singapore, has come up with specialty drinks that are super pretty and Insta-worthy. The best part? It's available for delivery and takeaways.

Read on to find out more!

Cafe De Nicole Interior Design In Singapore Photo from Cafe De Nicole

Situated in a quiet neighbourhood, Cafe De Nicole’s Flower is nestled amongst many private properties. It's quite easy to miss out on this cafe, especially if you don't stay around the area. Cafe De Nicole’s Flower was originally a florist shop, however, they have explored into F&B, which explains their summer-ready drinks that are super kawaii.

We certainly do miss dining in our favourite cafe, but we have got to skip that for now. The local cafe serves floral drinks that can be ordered from their specialty menu that ranges from $6.90 to $9.80. All you got to do is topped up another $5 to include daily fresh flowers on top of your drinks. However, do take note that the fresh flowers are not edible and can only be kept up to 4 days. It's purely only for decoration purposes.

Minimum order of $25 to get free delivery that's within 3km! Otherwise, if you stay 3 km and above $10-$20 will be charged for delivery.

The floral drinks looks so Insta-worthy that you will be reluctant to drink it either. Definitely worth the money we would say. Enter into your secret garden at home with these summer-ready specialty drinks.

You can view their menu here.

While you're here, bookmark this adorable Shiba Inu drinks located in a Taiwan cafe for your future travel trips!

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