TOMORO Coffee to open 4,000 branches in Southeast Asia and China!

by Gabrielle Marcelo
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Indonesian coffee brand TOMORO Coffee is preparing for an expansion, with a total of 4,000 outlets planned for Southeast Asia and China.

Established as a start-up in 2022, TOMORO Coffee was founded in Jakarta, Indonesia, taking its name from the company’s aspiration to “embrace the goodness and yearn for tomorrow.” Now with over 400 branches in the country, the company aims to share “coffee culture” around the world.

TOMORO Coffee is best known for classic coffee drinks that showcase the distinct taste of Indonesia. Just in its first year, the company created unique flavors, a wide variety of coffee products and blends of fruit drinks by forging creative partnerships and collaborations to concoct and combine different flavors for their beverages. A recent example of this is TOMORO’s partnership with Oatside to release a series of oat milk-based drinks.

TOMORO Coffee Oatside

Photo from TOMORO Coffee

TOMORO Coffee Oatside

Photo from TOMORO Coffee

The coffee chain also collaborated with World Barista Champions Dale Harris and Muhammad Aga to create TOMORO’s Master S.O.E. (Single Origin Espresso) Series which features 100% Arabica coffee beans from Guji, Ethiopia – a site known for being one of the best sources of single-origin coffee beans in the world.

 

TOMORO Coffee is determined to showcase the premium taste of Indonesia with its coffee classics, along with carefully crafted creations with the Master S.E.O. Series and Fruitie Collection. With the company’s plan to expand to Southeast Asia and China, coffee lovers from all over the continent can finally get the chance to experience the unique blends from TOMORO Coffee.

For more about TOMORO Coffee, check out their website and social accounts on Instagram and TikTok.

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