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J.CO Donuts & Coffee (Raffles City)

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J.CO Donuts & Coffee is a cafe specialising in donuts, soft frozen yogurt and coffee. Its donuts are made freshly on the spot and are sold in various packages.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63334258
$8 based on 19 submissions
Cheap Eat/Budget (5 votes), Take Away (5 votes), High Tea (3 votes)
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Decent Ice-blended Coffee Drink

I was at Raffles City last week and it was packed at dinner time. 

My friend and I needed a drink and the only place we could find, was J.Co. We ordered our drinks and sat down.

I ordered the Jcoccino Ice-blended Coffee Drink. It costs $5.50. 

Its not sweet, and the taste stayed from the start to the end. Some drinks do taste bland at the end of the drink, as whats left at the end of the drink is usually ice. This means the drink is well blended.

Not bad, but pricey for a coffee drink. But its what you would have to pay for a drink in a shopping mall.

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• 31 Mar 2015 • 339 reviews • 2 followers

Decent Ice-blended Coffee Drink

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I was at Raffles City last week and it was packed at dinner time. 

My friend and I needed a drink and the only place we could find, was J.Co. We ordered our drinks and sat down.

I ordered the Jcoccino Ice-blended Coffee Drink. It costs $5.50. 

Its not sweet, and the taste stayed from the start to the end. Some drinks do taste bland at the end of the drink, as whats left at the end of the drink is usually ice. This means the drink is well blended.

Not bad, but pricey for a coffee drink. But its what you would have to pay for a drink in a shopping mall.
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• 08 Nov 2012 • 240 reviews • 0 follower

Green tea donut

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J.CO donuts - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/j-co/ I'm a mega huge fan of green tea and I'm so delighted and pleased with the green tea flavoured donut! Yummy! The mango one was good too. The rest of the flavours were a bit on the sweet side for me. The chocolate one was a classic and all time popular choice though. Green tea ftw!
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• 29 Mar 2012 • 579 reviews • 20 followers

Strictly for the saccharine-toothed

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Read more reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com/2010/12/jco-donuts-coffee-raffles-city.html

In comparisonto Krispy Kreme (arguably the king of glazed donuts), J.Co's donuts are a lot softer and airy. I prefer the substantial texture of KK's firm but fluffy donuts, with its characteristic semi-hardened, crystallised, sugary glaze crust.

The Glazzy ($1.40) is an airy and very soft deep-fried flour dough with sweet honey glaze. It's very very sweet, and really can be called saccharine. This is strictly for the super-sweet-toothed. Not for me though.

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