Coffee surely makes everything better. But it is also undeniable that ice cream can be a good source of happiness and comfort, too.
Khan Daun Penh is one of Phnom Penh’s major districts. Together with neighbouring Boeung Keng Kang, Daun Penh represents some of the busiest economic hubs in Cambodia’s capital city.
The general manager of Starbucks Cambodia recently hosted a panel discussion with the operations services specialist, district manager and a store manager of the global coffee chain.
With Starbucks’ trademark friendly greeting and offer of coffee samples for tasting, Phon Sokmean has energetically introduced many people to the culture of coffee making and appreciation.
Around the corner from Russian Market, a humble-looking café has just opened its doors. “Mix Café Art Edition” is owned by a gifted young woman who is full of artistic and creative ideas, showcasing a fabulous interior designed to keep her customers in comfort.
With coffee shops mushrooming around the country, officials say demand for coffee beans in the kingdom is growing markedly.
To coffee connoisseurs, the word ‘Tarrazu’ would undoubtedly evoke images of Costa Rica’s interior high plains, regarded as one of the world’s finest coffee-growing region in the world.
India’s coffee output will fall to its weakest in eight years in 2017/18.
Phnom Penh’s Post Office Square is quickly becoming the epicentre of a home-grown cafe scene. With existing businesses expanding, new ones opening up.
Too busy to spend time in a cafe? Or is parking a nightmare when you want to enjoy a nice cup of in-house coffee?.