Sunday, December 25, 2011
I love it. It's definitely the best coffee in Kuching.
As a recent coffee drinker, I wonder if these coffee is actually from Sarawak as it tasted so fine that even ****bucks blends could not have compared to the freshly brewed coffee out of the expreso machine into a glass filled with just ice alone. I love this simply marvelous .
There are two types of coffee beans, Liberica beans and Robusta beans. It’s planted in the mountainous area of Sarawak next to fruit trees and under the coconut trees. Most importantly, they are pesticide free!.The owner ensure that the coffee beans are fresh so that you will get the freshest coffee daily. you can also buy the coffee beans or powder to have your very own Sarawak gourmet coffee at home.
Monday, December 5, 2011
I am NOT a Starbucks coffee lover. My current favourite drink is dark mocha .Shall i name it just black coffee or locally known as "KOPI O".
A coffee kiosk can be a great way to make money as the coffee industry is big business and more and more people seem happy to spend money to get a quality cup of coffee.The great thing about a coffee kiosk is that it is small . One of the favorite drinks of people of Malaysia is coffee. Coffee is treated more as a sacred beverage than a mere drink by Malaysians. They begin their day with a cup of coffee and they even like to sleep at night sipping their coffee mugs. Coffee is so much a part of the lives of Malaysians, that it is totally indispensable. Malaysians have invented different ways for the preparation of coffee. A typical Malaysian coffee is prepared by filtering hot water from cloth. Its unique, strong, and bitter taste is intensified by adding condescend milk to it. It is either drunk hot or iced. This form of preparation is very popular in rural areas of the country. This form of coffee in Malaysia is called 'KOPI'.
|Mobile Coffee kiosk in Kuching.|