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MangosQueen Coffee

RM38.00

MangosQueen Coffee MangosQueen coffee is a blend coffee mixed with mangosteen powder, raw bean coffee powder, creamer and cane sugar. Mangosteen is a healthy fruit, rich in water, energy, protein, carbohydrates and fiber. It contains calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper and manganese and other essential nutrients. ..

MusangKing Durian Coffee

RM38.00

MusangKing Durian Coffee MusangKing coffee is a blend coffee mixed with freeze-dried durian powder, raw bean coffee powder, creamer and cane sugar. Durian is rich in protein and lipids, it has a very good nourishing effect. MusangKing is being regarded as Malaysia's highest grade of durian. Durians is well known as King of Fruits in Malaysia...

Raw Coffee O

RM28.00

Raw Coffee O Raw Coffee O is made from raw roasted coffee beans. The roasting process of green coffee beans has been enhancing the characteristic flavour of coffee’s natural taste. It gives you a genuine coffee and exotic taste within every sip and you may enjoy a cup of fresh and aromatic coffee just at your fingertips...

Seaweed Coffee

RM38.00

Seaweed Coffee Seaweed coffee is a blend coffee mixed with seaweed powder, raw bean coffee powder, creamer and cane sugar. Seaweed is much more nutrient dense than any land vegetables. It is an excellent source of micronutrients including folate, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron and selenium. More importantly, seaweed is a great source of iodine...

Taiping Horkasai

RM28.00

Taiping Horkasai 'Horkasai' - is a drink made from local coffee mixed with cocoa, it is a fusion drink that has respective brewing flavor, thus it becomes the most distinctive drink of the Taiping Town. According to the legend afgter 'The War of Larut', the miners and fishermen believed it could provide a positive energy to fight against fatigue, ..

Taiping White Coffee

RM28.00

Taiping White Coffee ‘White’ coffee is a popular brewed coffee which originated in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The literal translation of ‘White Coffee’ originated from the colour of resulting coffee served with condensed milk, which was introduced in the 19th century by Chinese immigrants who came to work in the local tin mines...

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