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Rengit Down Under

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Sean Edwards, Chief Editor of the “most comprehensive Café Industry” trade magazine, Café Culture, which is circulated in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia, paid us a visit recently to meet the Rengit Coffee family. He brought with him fellow Aussies, Justin Metcalf and Pat Curcio, Victor Mah from the Singapore Coffee Association and Ibrahim Ahmad from Bero Coffee in Singapore. After a romp around the farm and a quaint, little visit to our cafés in Rengit, here’s what Sean had to say:    ..
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The Golden Bean Roaster Competition & Festival

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Guess who was serving coffee at the largest coffee festival in the Southern Hemisphere? That’s right – Rengit Coffee was at the Golden Bean Roaster Competition & Festival at Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia. Coffee roasters from all over Australia were present to enter their best coffees in the competition for the coveted Golden Bean Award. Rengit Coffee was honoured to be invited as a foreign coffee vendor at the four-day coffee extravaganza. What a caffeine high! ..
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Fit for the Prime Minister

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The launch of Rengit Coffee in 2007 attracted a multitude of fans of our coffee. Truly a Made-In-Malaysia product, we were immensely proud to serve our coffee to the Prime Minister of Malaysia himself at the time, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. ​ ..
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Singgahlah sementara, Singapura!

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Singapore Coffee Association (SCA) and we are honoured to have them visit again.  “The Singapore Coffee Association (SCA) was established in the late 1950s by a group of pioneering coffee traders ... Presently, the SCA membership is represented by all sectors of the coffee industry, from green coffee supply chain providers, international and national roasters to well-known coffee retailers. The mission of the SCA is to provide a forum for all sectors of the coffee industry to share information and jointly promote consumption and trade, to create awareness of and promote the image of ..
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Audi’s Caffeine Boost

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We’re adding vroom-vroom to the Audi Club of Singapore this July and hosting around 50 members on an automobile expedition of coffee discovery. It began with a member of the club bringing in some Rengit Coffee to a club meeting. Just one cup, they say, but it was all it took to win the club’s tastebuds and nostrils. They’re driving up north to our plantations this July in an entourage of Audi cars. Now that’s picture perfect!   ..
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Rengit Coffee’s New Headquarters

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For three generations now, we’ve built the coffee plantation business in Malaysia, perfecting our coffee beans and blends. Now stepping out from behind the curtains with our burgeoning coffee chain in the region, it is an absolute honour to announce our new headquarters.  Our plans to offer franchise to further expand beyond our flagship café in Batu Pahat means manpower training and efficient administration. The brand new headquarters of Rengit Coffee will occupy a four-storey building along Jalan Rahman, Batu Pahat, Johor, and will include our flagship café and a barista training centr..
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Yunan Coffee Call

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Rengit Coffee visited coffee plantations in Yunnan, China early this year to learn about the emergent coffee producer. Yunnan is arguably the largest coffee producer in China with great potential to produce high-quality coffee due to its ideal climate and terrain for coffee growing. The verdict – definitely worth the visit. You may learn about a new Rengit Coffee blend with Yunnan Coffee someday in the future. ..
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Review From Tripadvisor

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“Stop there for coffee & lunch!” 5 of 5 stars Reviewed 29 March 2016 via mobile If you are visiting or travelling through Batu Pahat, you should definitely visit this place. The coffee is amazing and the food was tasty and fresh! Even the owner spoke to us, a very kind person! Visited March 2016 Source: Tripadvisor Author: Joanna_jonas   “Local Big Coffee Bean” 4 of 5 stars Reviewed 19 March 2016 Rengit is famous for its own Malaysian local coffee bean which is big as compared to other countries. It is also known as the Elephant coffee bean and tastes slightly bitter. ..
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