Sagaleh is among the first es kopi spots in Jakarta. The shop got its name from Minang language — sagaleh means “segelas” (a cup or a glass). While other places offer milkier variations of the drink, Sagaleh is known as the es kopi for people who prefer stronger coffee. Their house blend is a mixture of eight (EIGHT!) different beans, and they use regular cane sugar to sweeten the drink. You can also customize how much coffee, as well as the sugar level (low, medium, high) of your es kopi, which costs Rp19,000 (US$1.34) per cup — perfect to be brought home for a get-together with friends and family.