Just as the brand advocates for mental wellness, don’t yell at your F&B staff.
Don’t Yell At Me will open its first store in Singapore at Orchard Central on Oct 29.
Once a pop-up collaboration with COMMUNE 47, now a defunct container market in Taipei, in 2016, Don’t Yell At Me is co-founded by Taiwanese variety show personality Yako Chan and her business partners. There are over 380 Don’t Yell At Me stores across the globe.
Despite its quirky name, Don’t Yell At Me has a far deeper meaning.
The brand aims to start a conversation about mental health as a safe space for their customers, encouraging them to take a step back to appreciate every day for what it is as they enjoy a hand-shaken beverage from their shop.
Their popular beverages include the Winter Melon Chrysanthemum Tea, the Grapefruit and Lychee Fruit Tea, as well as the Osmanthus Thé Au Lait.
Pastries are also available to pair with the drink, such as Dark Fudge Brownies and French Butter Almond Cakes.
A line of brand merchandise will also be made available for purchase by the end of the year.
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