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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Ipoh White Coffee

Some time back, I shared a post about crunchy mung bean sprouts and super-smooth tofu that my hometown, Ipoh, is famous for.  I've forgotten  to mention about our  unique white coffee!

Lonely Planet named Ipoh as one of the top three best coffee spots in Asia and it's all because of our very famous white coffee!

Travel guide book publisher Lonely Planet collaborated with coffee-obsessed travel writers and journalists on a mission to discover the finest cafes, espresso bars, roasteries and plantations in more than 35 countries around the world. And Ipoh came out tops!
The taster's guide titled "Global Coffee Tour" describes our cup of joe as "hot, sweet and almost buttery in taste."

The book is packed with over 150 amazing coffee experiences in 37 countries, from its birthplace in East Africa, to modern-day Cuba, the United States, Australia and the UK.

The page from Lonely Planet
Source - NST
The humble kopitiam/kedai kopi.  Kopitiam is coffee shop in Chinese and kedai kopi in Malay.
image source - The Star
The interior of the coffee shop
image credit -  Sharing Plates

A little history about our famous white coffee.


 According to Insider,  the white coffee is NYC's hottest new java!



21 comments:

  1. So delicious looking! I think this would be a decadent habit to get started but I would want to try it once time (at least). Good for your shop being picked as #1 in the world; that's a pretty good accomplishment!

    betty

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  2. I read about white coffee earlier this year for the first time -- I found out because I was writing a coffee haiku everyday for a while and you find out a lot about coffee that way. Your post reminded I'd love to try white coffee one day.

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  3. I would love to try white coffee. It looks and sounds so very good.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  4. I love your blogg. Have a Nice Day. Hugs from Nina

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  5. That sounds lovely I am into the flat white at the moment :-)

    Have a frothytastic week :-)

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  6. I'd try that for sure! It looks good!

    Here in America our cup sizes are giant in comparison to other countries. I learned that when I went to a friend's house that is from Ethiopia.

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  7. Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, my friend. ♥

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  8. OH MY GOSH! OH MY GOSH! OH MY GOSH!!! I HAVE TO GET ME SOME! I am such a big coffee drinker you have no idea. When my friends want to get me a present they get me big coffee mugs & my children too! hahaha~ I love me some coffee! Especially if it's brewed right! Now, that Arabian coffee! YUK! To strong for me.. that's like drinking coffee strong beans! eeeeuuuuu!!!! DOUBLE YUK! But this white coffee sounds deeeeelish!!!! Have you ever had some??? WOW! Now I'm going to have go to my kitchen and have some American coffee draggin' my feet! :( ~hehehe~ Thanks for the info!!! Great Post!

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  9. I'm not familiar with white coffee but it looks absolutely delicious! If they have it in New York, hopefully, it will make its way to Toronto, soon. Thanks for the coffee education.

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  10. It sounds and looks delicious. I love a good cup of coffee but you can keep the inferior blends.
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  11. oh yum! Looks delicious! Cheers!

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  12. How awesome that your shop was picked as #1! I'm not really a coffee drinker but based on the description I'd want to give it a try! :)

    With Love,
    Mandy

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  13. Wow, I had not heard of white coffee and now I want to try it! Happy Spring, Kippi #kippiathome

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  14. Coffee is the best! Looks delicious. Thanks for linking up with #globalblogging

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  15. The famous coffee indeed! We have many Kopitiam outlets here in Jakarta and the surroundings

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  16. The famous coffee indeed! We have many Kopitiam outlets here in Jakarta and the surroundings

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  17. Great Post! Thanks for sharing such beautiful information with us. Please keep sharing.

    Please visit Café Bunbury"


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