This Sarawak Liberica Coffee Lapis is Awesome...... It taste so good with the impact from the locally sourced Sarawak Liberica Coffee. Flavourful and yet sweetness is just nice.
Liberica was first discovered in 1872 in Sierra Leone, Coffee Liberica is the third biggest species that came from West-Africa. The second Rajah, Charles Brooke, was the one to introduce Liberica to Sarawak. (Northern Borneo) Liberica has the highest sugar content and the most complex aromas of any type of coffees but only accounts for less than one (01) per cent of the global market share, and only a few countries in Asia and Africa grow the species commercially today.
We are delighted to have this opportunity to work together with Earthlings Coffee Workshop. This is a whole new idea of Kek Lapis, and not to mention this is a direct trade Sarawak Liberica roasted by Earthlings Coffee Workshop.
Sarawak Liberica Coffee Lapis
To serve it warm, pre-heat oven for 90-120 seconds at around 150-170ºc, cut the layer into slices of about 1.5cm thick and warm the layer at approximately 20-25 seconds. To serve it chilled, cut the layer into slices of about 1.5cm thick and serve.
**Store the uncut portion back into the refrigerator.
**Approx weight 430g
**All pictures shown are for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary due to product enhancement.