Kluang Coffee

The other day we went to the Kluang Coffee Powder Factory. There is no entrance fee and you can walk around the factory as you please. The company has been around since 1966, and is pretty well known by the Malaysian coffee aficionados. It was really interesting to see how they manually roasted the coffee beans. Sugar, margarine and wheat are used in the roasting process, and the smoke created during it made some spectacular visuals. It almost made it feel like there was some sort of magic involved in the process.

Malaysians like coffee so much so that they have added their own idea on how it should be consumed. They even have an own naming convention that might be a bit difficult for a foreigner to pick up. But when decoded, you will be in for the most diverse coffee experience in your life.

Main entrance to the Kluang Coffee Powder Factory, Kluang, Malaysia.Sacks with different types of coffee beans at Kluang Coffee Powder Factory, Kluang, Malaysia.Stacks of Coffee Beans in Kluang coffee powder factory, Kluang, Malaysia.A worker handling coffee beans at Kluang coffee powder factory, Kluang, Malaysia.Buckets with green, unroasted coffee beans at the Kluang Coffee Powder Factory, Kluang, Malaysia.A worker supervising the roasting process of coffee beans at Kluang coffee powder factory, Kluang, Malaysia.Workers roasting coffee beans at Kluang coffee powder factory, Kluang, Malaysia.Workers processing coffee beans at Kluang coffee powder factory, Kluang, Malaysia.Worker grinding coffee beans at Kluang coffee powder factory, Kluang, Malaysia.Coffee tins used in the production in Kluang Coffee Powder Factory, Kluang, Malaysia.A coffee tin from Kopi cap televisyen, Kluang, Malaysia.Workers at Kluang Coffee powder factory, Kluang Malaysia.Workers at Kluang Coffee powder factory, Kluang Malaysia.Worker at the packing and stock area at Kluang coffee powder factory, Kluang, Malaysia.

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