Libta coffee is one of the specialty Liberica coffee beans producer in Malaysia. Our company takes full control from farm to cup at own coffee plantation, processing mill, roastery, and an in house cafe that serves specialty Liberica coffee in Taman Perindustrian Ringan Naib Piee, off Jalan Salleh, Muar, Johor. This high quality coffee beans species single origin ( Malaysia Liberica ) is our favourite among all the liberica beans compare to Indonesia, Philippine, and other country. The honey sweetness is absolute lovely, smooth and easy drinking coffee. It is the biggest beans compare to robusta and arabica. The profile smoky, nutty, floral with hints of dark chocolate, ripe berry and spice. It`s smooth aftertaste and lingering taste of rich dark chocolate.
All our coffees are roasted at our factory at Muar, Johor. Currently, we roast twice a week on Monday and Thursday, all orders for that week only. This way, we never keep stock, so we can ensure we bring you only the freshest, tastiest coffee in the market. Our freshness guarantee is that your coffee will be roasted to order and sent out no more than 48 hours after roasting! That’s as fresh as it gets!
We employ a style of roasting that highlights and brings out the unique flavours and characteristics of each different coffee. Coffee roasting is both a science and an art. We will only roast lighter per request from customer who are enjoying coffee on optimal flavour profile of each coffee. That being said, we will do a darker roast for our normal SOP for espresso drinkers and those who prefer something bolder. From our experience, our customer especially Malaysian, they will prefer dark roasted coffee which as explained more bolder and less acidity. We need to fulfill the drinking culture at our country in order to serve a better service. Again, for those customer who really enjoy the medium roast and would like to retains more of the coffee beans true character are encourage to drop down their request and we will do our best to adjust the roasting formula.
Only 1%, because the yield is so low
Coffee beans come from coffee cherries, the fruits of the coffee trees which are bright red when ripe. Arabica and Robusta cherries are smaller, more uniformly sized, and have only one bean per cherry. Liberica cherries on the other hand, are the largest amongst the coffee varieties, have lower yields, harder skins, can vary in size, and have one to three beans. These inconsistencies do not determine the quality of the beans, but are challenges, when it comes to harvesting and processing which are labour intensive.