Ipoh Traditional White Coffee 3 in 1
• Ipoh Traditional Flavour
• Individual Pack 15 Sticks X 40g
• Premium Quality
• HALAL Approved by JAKIM
The origin of the name "White Coffee" originated in the Ipoh area of Malaysia at the beginning of the last century. At that time, a large number of Chinese came to the tin mines in the Ipoh area of Malaysia to work as miners in order to make a living. Because they had to work in the harsh environment of the sun and rain every day, it was very easy to get sick and suffer from colds and typhoid fever. However, the medical facilities were very backward and lack of necessary medicines. The health of the Chinese miners was greatly threatened. Fortunately, they accidentally discovered that coffee cherries grown in the wild have refreshing, refreshing, and health-care effects, so they began to cook coffee cherries with some wild vegetables after work to make "coffee vegetable soup." It can alleviate the fatigue of the whole body, and therefore it is loved by the majority of Chinese miners.
One day the British miner inspected the mine and unexpectedly smelled the scent of coffee. After inquiring, he learned that the miners were making "coffee soup", so the British miners taught the miners the Western method of making coffee. I drank western coffee. Over time, the influence of coffee in Malaysia has gradually expanded, and drinking coffee has become a traditional habit of many local families. But at that time, many Chinese did not like the bitter and sour taste of Western coffee.
They chose to mix different coffee beans, add appropriate amounts of milk and sugar to the coffee, and change the high-temperature roasted coffee to medium-low temperature and long-term roasting. The way, to improve the western coffee, and gradually brew it into the coffee most suitable for the Chinese taste. Milk and sugar are added to coffee. At that time, the Chinese called it "coffee plus white" (white refers to two ingredients such as milk and sugar), and slowly people called this delicious coffee improved by the Chinese " "White coffee" has gradually become a traditional specialty of Malaysia and is deeply loved by people.