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Coffee/Coffee plantations around west peninsular Malaysia


Dear Alun,

We are planning to do a road trip up to Thailand from Selangor and I am wondering if there is any coffee plantation (Liberica or Robusta) along the stretch ?

Thanks in advance !

Hello there. This is a good question and one I can really only give a vague answer for I am afraid. I am not aware of any plantations on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia however, coffee (Robusta in particular) is found growing around many smaller rural towns. I would suggest that if you are going as far north as Chang mai or Chang Rai you save your coffee sightseeing until then. Safe travels


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Questions on Indonesian Coffee (thats my speciality). Can include specific origins (East Java, Takengon, Toraja, Kintamani-Bali etc. Also about specific beans- Lintong, Mandehling, Java arabicas..etc. Also any other questions about Indonesian Coffee- the different cupping qualities, bean hardness, roast profiles...through to any questions about Indonesian coffee scene- does coffee luwak exists? How much coffee is exported from Central Java? Who planted the first plantations in East Java? Why is coffee often called "Java"


Indonesian coffee roaster and bean exporter. Been in the business here for some time.

SCAA, AASCA, SCAE, WAGRO and the Roasters Guild.

Bachelors Degree (New Zealand)

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