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When I was served a cup of 3-in1coffee in a hotel in Taiping last month I was struck at how fragrant it was. I asked where the coffee came from and was told about the coffee mill nearby. That's how I got acquainted with Antong...More
During our weekend group visit to and from Ipoh, we stopped at this Coffee Mill which, it has to be said, is only partly about how the coffee trade developed in Malaysia. Much more of the venue's attraction, and much more of its historical merit,...More
Is free and it is worth visiting. Didnt know Dr Sun Yet Sen and wife stayed at this Coffee mill before. A small bit of Chinese History.
It will be good if they have someone to give a small backgroud info / tour of the...More
Nothing to shout about the coffee mill. It is more like a local coffee store. The fun part is the free tasting of a range of coffee. However, the downside is the coffees for free tasting are very sweet, to the point the taste of...More
Was driving through Taiping last Sunday and thought would be nice to drop by this so called oldest coffee mill in Malaysia but slightly disappointed because they dont operate the factory on Sunday and the place was very crowded. There are a few instagrammable locations...More
This coffee mill ia a must-visit because of its old-fashioned methods of preparing coffee. The beans are roasted over wood fires, and the mill offers several blends for free tasting. On display are many artifacts which are a photographers' delight.
We went there to just buy coffee for my grandaunt XD It is said the house there is where Dr. Sun Yat Sen and his concubine Chen Ciufen stayed. I entered the house from inside the store and saw antiques, photographs and Chinese calligraphy on...More