A 2009 year-end ritual at Coffee Ritual

Ah yes, before I forget, I visited Coffee Ritual on 30th December. KFChan, the coffee expert in Malaysia announced the year-end promotion by two coffee shop in Malaysia, Coffee Ritual & Espressamente Illy. Since Coffee Ritual is a lot cheaper, I decided to pay a visit and have a lunch there.

Look for what I have there

Mushroom & Turkey Crepe, Coffee Ritual

Mushroom & Turkey Crepe. Inside is a creamy mozzarella too! And you can pair it with combo, either Iced Honey or Soft drinks. I chose Iced Honey.

Iced Honey Coffee Ritual

My co-working partner ordered Vegetable Pie & Peppermint latte

Vegetable Pie, Coffee Ritual

Tasty Vegetable Pie with pinapple inside, and stuff like potato if I’m not mistaken. Should be suitable for vegetarians, and green salads.

Peppermint Latte, Coffee Ritual

Here is the Peppermint Latte. Coffee Ritual keep their ‘signature pattern’ I presume. My previous Cappucino also topped with milk/latte art like that. It was smooth creamy blend and this is my first time tasted Peppermint. For me, Peppermint tastes like Wood’s cough syrup. Of course, Peppermint.

And because I visited during Coffee In Malaysia promotion by KFChan, for the free coffee I ordered Single Origin Coffee/ Colombian Special that brewed using Syphon Coffee Maker. Sounds expensive, but it’s only RM6. But what I love about Coffee Ritual is their fairly priced coffee. Their Cappucino only priced at RM6, and it was a nice cappucino. I didn’t have it for this, but during my first visit back around May, when I’m hunting location for Officekami.

And here below, are the video of how Single Origin Coffee brewed at Coffee Ritual, using Syphon Coffee Maker.

Epic fail, I fail to take the picture of the coffee that I drank, Colombian Special. As usual I drank coffee without sugar. This Colombian Special have a little fruity taste that still enable you to drink it without sugar.  If I need to add sugar, either to brew-coffee-of-the-day or cappucino, I defined that coffee a fail. But so far, from Coffee Ritual, none 😀

Then, since I record the video of the brewing process, their boss invited me to watch how they roast their Costa Rica beans. This is the first time I see how the bean was roasted. The machine cost a fortune. It’s an expensive hobby. But in next 10 years I want to have a cafe so need to pick up skills afterall. Anyway, here’s how the bean being roasted.

The roasting process was done outside the cafe, because of the noise. And the smells extremely good.

On my self note, the next turn I’m going to Coffee Ritual, I shall test their other origin plus their cappucino. Well my usual-coffee-benchmark are cappucino or Brew of the day.

For more information about Coffee Ritual, go to their website here. You can check the price of the food and coffee too!  And check out their Officekami Review here.

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6 Responses to : A 2009 year-end ritual at Coffee Ritual

  1. sweemeng says:

    Love it, remind me to go there next time

  2. kruel74 says:

    Can I work as a part-time barista when you have that cafe?

  3. ikhwan nazri says:

    sweemeng – hey go :p

    kruel74 – can, when I really open a cafe ;P

  4. syia says:

    mak..ai..cm sedap je..lpstu murah lak tu.. Mushroom & Turkey Crepe tu bp harge nye?

  5. ikhwan nazri says:

    syia – RM10.40 ngan combo rasanya 12 ringgit kot

  6. vincent says:

    horrible experience there…

    – rib eye beef was the toughest i’ve eaten. i gave up after 2 bites. i called the boss to try and cut it himself. even he admitted it was tough.

    – i took one spoon of a chocolate cake when my daughter stopped me… bug in the cake!! cake was part of a set meal. when the bill came, they charged us for the full set meal, saying that the cake was a free addition to the set meal (??!!) and so there will be no reduction in the price.

    – unfortunately this all happened on my birthday. my wife and daughter wanted to treat me to a nice meal… thats the last time i will step into their premises.

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