• Wu Cheng-hsueh incorporated the company in January 2003 and opened the first shop in Bao-Ping, Taipei County (now New Taipei) in July 2004. The name 85C refers to Wu's belief that 85 °C (185 °F) is the optimal temperature to serve coffee.

  • 85°C started in Taiwan in 2004, named after 85 degrees Celsius. The companys research and development team thought it was the perfect temperature to serve coffee—but it actually was too hot to drink. The bakery doesnt serve coffee at that temperature, but the name stuck anyway.

    Likewise, is 85 degrees Celsius hot? 85°f to degrees Celsius is 29.44°c. How hot is 85°f in Celsius? Once again, 85°f in Celsius is equal to 29.44°c.

    Just so, is 85 Degrees Bakery a franchise?

    All of our stores in the U.S. are corporate owned. Individual franchises are not applicable currently. Apply for our Global License here.

    Does 85 bakery accept Apple Pay?

    Of course all 85°C Bakery Cafe locations accept Apple Pay.

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