A London Cafe Is Serving Selfieccinos So You Can Have Your Face On Coffee

You need this, don’t lie.

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But first, let me take a selfieccino.

The Tea Terrace inside London Oxford Street’s House of Fraser is serving up some very fine selfieccinos – for all those times you need a shot of caffeine with a dose of your own face.

You. Are. Welcome.

#selfieccino #theteaterrace #breakfasttime #aliceinwonderland

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Spot the selfie!!!

Taking a step beyond good ol’ latte art, the personalised capuccinos are the hottest cuppa on the trendy shopping mile this week. After launching on Saturday, over 400 people have sipped a coffee with their face on it, and to be completely honest, we totally get the hype.

Perfect for any die-hard caffeine and selfie addict, the selfieccinos are created using a Cino machine. You simply submit a photo of yourself, and the machine scans the image before printing it onto coffee froth using flavourless food colouring. The whole thing takes about four minutes, and the results are pretty impressive. (For non-coffee drinkers, there’s also a hot choc version).


For all those times you vainly wanted to stare into your own eyes over coffee, or all those times you ran out of ways to confuse your barista with extra caramel/cinnamon/soy, the selfieccino is your saviour. And it’s super Instagrammable too.

Owner of The Tea Terrace Ehab Salem Shouly agrees, and states, “Due to social media, the dining experience has completely shifted. It’s not enough any more to just deliver great food and great service – it’s got to be Instagram worthy.”

Realmente esse chocolate quente é a minha cara!!😋🤪

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Woah woah woah

Sure to rack you in lot’s of likes and present yet another way to take a selfie, the selfieccinos will be available for £5.75 per selfie/coffee at the The Tea Terrace on Oxford Street, with hopes to start selling at other branches soon.

Happy sipping your face!

What do you think?

h/t: Metro