Enjoying coffee with a gorgeous view of pretty ladies and handsome hunks is like heaven!

96°C Café is still in the midst of pre-production! Our actors and actresses, Desmond Tan, Ian Fang, Paige Chua and Julie Tan squeezed time out from their busy schedules to attend lessons about the history of coffee and its making process.

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Look! When will you ever get to see such handsome hunks and pretty ladies looking so engrossed in the lesson? They look so charming when they are focusing, don’t you agree? Through this, we can see how the cast are putting their all into perfecting the role of a Barista in 96°C Café! With these lessons, the cast and production crew would be able to grasp a better idea of the role and in turn be more precise in the little production details.

Before learning the process of making coffee, let’s get a taste of coffee extract and learn how to define good coffee!

You will have to…

Smell It

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Taste It

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The taste of pure espresso~~ Ahhhhhhh so bitter! Both of them can’t stand it!

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Now, after the theory session, let’s move on to the hands-on session where our cast attempt to make coffee!

Wow! Surprised? Ian looks so professional, doesn’t he! He definitely has the potential to become a real Barista!

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令人眼红的96°C Café couple !

Li Qiao (Desmond tan), a barista who runs 96°C Café his wife Xi Jie (Paige Chua), a pâtissiere, after their marriage.

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Our adorable Julie Tan plays Yu Chen (雨晨) in 96°C Café, a helper that was recruited after Jie Yi (曦洁)’s car accident. Ian Fang acts as Liu Chuan Zhi (刘传之), who comes from a well-to-do family. However, his mother was bedridden as a result of a car accident. When he came to know of his father’s affair, he was furious and left home. In the process of working with Yu Chen, he fell uncontrollably in love with her.

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Will Chuan Zhi’s love blossom? Stay tuned to 96°C Café to find out.

Hmmmmmm who would you choose if you are Julie?!

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Ian Fang is a new addition to the cast for the drama version of 96°C Café, thus do take note that he would not make an appearance in the webisode series! The previous post on “The Coffee Princes and Princesses from 96°C Café” features the imaging session from the webisode series and thus there might be differences in the drama cast.

The cast will bring the best out of what they have learned! So please support the series!

Webisodes:
Xinmsn: Debuts 18 February, 2 episodes released every Monday
Channel 8: Debuts 7 April, 20-minute episodes every Sunday at 10.30pm

Drama:
Channel 8: Debuts 29 April, 9pm every weekday


paul Chan|blogger

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