My Liberica is the one and only specialty Liberica coffee bean producer in Malaysia. The Liew family takes full control from farm to cup, with their own coffee plantation, processing mill, roastery and an in house cafe that serves specialty Liberica coffee in Johor Bahru.
This is the classic coffee that deeply rooted in all Malaysian heart. The highest quality of dark roasted Kopi. Full-bodied with very smooth bittersweet cup and exceptionally long finishing of almond and liquorice note. This is a must-try cup of coffee whenever we travel to Johor. It's also a bestseller Liberica coffee beans in My Liberica!
We recommend a lower brewing temperature of 85˚C, very coarse grind and finish brew well before 1.30 minutes. Best brewed with French Press, Syphon and any full immersion brewer.
Brewing Recipe :
Filter 16g of coffee to 200ml of water 2 minutes, 85ºc brewing temperature
Roasted on 16th of January 50g & 200g pack coffee ship in 1-2 working days 1kg Pack ships within 3-6 working days
Roseda Abd Halim M.
This is also one of the good coffee.
More on the bitter side, not a fan of this
Wei Li N.
Perfect for those who prefer their dark roast on the bitter side.
The taste is roasted almond really bring out exciting and different coffee drinking experiences of dark roast brewing with pour over
Kit Hoong T.
I love this coffee. It’s my default coffee and I drink it every day. Thanks to bean shipper I can get a huge 1kg packet at a good price.
Too bitter and the taste was too strong plus smells bit funky. Not our cup of Joe!
The coffee has the aroma and taste of coffee that is reminiscent of old coffee shops.
I can see some love and hate for this coffee. But I love it! As an espresso, had unique bitter sweet flavour. Can taste berry in it. With milk, it became more awesome!
Followed the recommended brewing instructions and it hit it right to my tastebuds at once! Taking it first thing in the morning certainly gives a *strong* start to the day!
The morning coffee
Cofferis very bold and rich. The coffee tasted perfectly after beanshipper advised to lower down the brewing temperature. My regular coffee for breaking fast during Ramadhan.
Am still trying to get the right mixture to get the right brew
2nd tried on local blend Liberica coffee, still didn't like the taste. Tried all the way brew it and in the end, left some of the beans in trash. Worst of all, the delivery guy need me drive miles away to collect it. Lesson learned, never returned.
Have you ever try kopi rengit? Yes, it taste totally the same
I've tasted kopi rengit, Batu Pahat before. Yes it taste the same as my liberica. Let just say, the fancier, fresher version of rengit coffee. And of course it come with fancy price as well. I guess i'll stick with Arabica from now on.
Not my taste
Nothing against the coffee or the company, just not my taste. Quite different from what I am used to. Great service though btw
Really Good Coffee
Full-bodied and rich. A good cuppa to start your day with if you like your coffee strong and robust. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.
Good strong taste of local coffee. I've been using my Tiamo flask with a slow pour, steeped for around 3 minutes. The oils are still apparent, which is to my liking.
Pungent smell, strong as its taste
The beans take some getting used to: they smell sourish but once brewed are pretty satisfying. Not for the faint-hearted but great for those who like their coffee dark roasted and strong
Liberica Dark Roast
I’ve tried other Liberica Roasts, and by far this is the most heavy and robust I have ever tasted. Overpowering and too pungent when made with a MOKA pot. However, the smoothness is brought out when prepared via V60. Not for the faint hearted, and more satiable for those who like a full bodied cuppa.
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