Suvarnabhumi airport’s first crafted cafe is serving specialty beans coffee.
You can't move for coffee places in Thailand's biggest airport but REES aims to give airport-goers the ultimate in artisanal coffee.
For something chocolatey and nutty, sip the Fake-Off Blend, which is a combination of Indonesian and Thai Arabica—best enjoyed in a cup of cappuccino (B126 Hot; B144 Iced) or Americano (B114 Hot; B132 Iced).
For a tropical blend, try the Red Eye Blend which boats delicate notes of dried pineapple, blueberry, and maple, giving the best of Ethiopian coffee with a mix of Guatemala and Rwanda beans.
Or, simply indulge in the REES signature blend; a combination of Thai Arabica and Brazil Santos is ideal for those who have a sweet spot for caramel lattes (B144 Hot; B162 Iced) and toffee nut lattes (B144 Hot; B162 Iced).
As for the non-coffee menus, don’t miss out on their Matcha Latte (B160) and Yuzu Soda (B120) for something refreshing. REES also offers a variety of cold brews, teas, Italian crafted soda, juices, and grab-and-go snacks.
REES will soon open its counter bar with 15 seats at the international gate in March this year.
All images courtesy of REES via Facebook.
|Address:||REES, Suvarnabhumi Airport, 999 Moo 1 Nong Prue, Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan 10540, Bangkok, Thailand|
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