Malaysia Coffee Fest 2019

27 July 2019


Malaysia Coffee Fest is back at 1 Utama Shopping Centre with more than 100 local and international brands from 35exhibitors. So glad to see returning and much loved coffee exhibitors this year as well! Launched on the 25th of July and will be ongoing until the 28th of July 2019, so if you have no plans, it is still not too late for you to head over and get high on coffee! From coffee testers, coffee machines, and workshops, there is so much to look forward to!
And if you do decide to stop by, let me share with you my top FIVE coffee picks, in no particular order, so that you can give them a go. 


This was my first stop and honestly one that stuck to my taste buds. The Driver Blend, which according to Brew & Bread, is the type of coffee that DRIVES your day, literally. But in all seriousness, it does have a nice blend of roasted coffee flavous and would appeal to those who enjoy richer flavors of dark chocolate, citrus and brown sugar. This bean collection is a mix of India and Peru beans. 

Apart from the Malaysia Coffee Fest 2019, you can find them here:
10, Jalan Anggerik Vanilla M 31/M, 
Kota Kemuning, 
40460 Shah Alam, Selangor


I didn't take much pictures of Arissto Coffee but that's only because I have the machine at home. At RM 1 a month for monthly subscription of the machine, you will be able to enjoy their variety of Italian Coffee. You do not have to purchase the machine. All you need is RM 1 and a box of the coffee capsules each month. I definitely would recommend this because I am an Arissto user myself and their coffee for the price, is worth it.

Apart from the Malaysia Coffee Fest 2019, you can find them here:
Or visit their Official Website to get yourself the cheapest coffee machine in town


Not only do they serve really good coffee, Irvine Quek and Nicky Voon, aged 21 and 22, nail their latte art in Malaysia and in the world as champions! At such a young age, and that latte art skills, be sure to check out their booth for a surprise of latte art. Just take a look at the picture below. Oh and just in case you missed it, 103 Coffee Workshop do host latte art workshops trained by their champions. Shall we?
 Apart from the Malaysia Coffee Fest 2019, you can find them here:
103 Coffee Workshop103, Jalan Radin Bagus,
Sri Petaling,
57000 Kuala Lumpur.


Another champion not to be missed at the Malaysia Coffee Fest 2019 is Malaysia's world coffee champions, Regine Wai and Jason Loo. Regine spills the beans on how to brew the best out of your coffee beans at Roastedly and gives some of the other coffee exhibitors a run for their money.

 Apart from the Malaysia Coffee Fest 2019, you can find them here:
Blok A-2-22, No.1,
Persiaran Southkey 1, Southkey,
80150 Johor Bahru, Johor


I'm not sure if you noticed my Instagram post about a month ago, but this coffee brewer is definitely setting the trend in how we brew and drink our coffee. Very cool and hipster-ish and is one to attract young coffee drinkers like myself or those on the go and don't always have your coffee maker with you. All you need to do is open the bag, fill it with hot water, let the coffee / tea brew and turn the spout to pour yourself a nice cuppa.
Apart from the Malaysia Coffee Fest 2019, you can get these also sold at these premium outlets :

The Herding Day
Premium Grocer new reseller :
1. Jason's Food Hall (Bangsar Shopping Centre)
2. Mercato (Pavilion KL)
3. Mercato (Hartamas Shopping Centre)
4. Cold Storage (KLCC)
5. Cold Storage (Gurney Plaza)
6. Cold Storage (Plaza Pelangi)
7. Cold Storage (Island Plaza)
8. Cold Storage (Great Eastern Mall)

There are more than five good coffee places for sure but these are my top picks based on the ones I've tried at the coffee fest. I am thinking to go back and continue to get high on coffee!

If you do drop, please let me know your favourite coffee picks! 

Til my next post,

1 comment

  1. I was at Malaysia Coffee Fest too, had a great time try & learning about different types of coffee and teas.