Friday, April 28, 2006

Food: Tenom coffee

After hearing people brag about Tenom coffee, I just had to get me a pack to try.

I tell you ah, you smell that coffee that time... man your jaw muscles will loose control. Fuuuuuuuuu yoh, mouth will just hang there like it dun wan to move like that. You won't stop salivating, until your whole body drained of liquid, you shrivel, and you pengsan...

Somemore ah, you try once already... MAN! I tell you, you won't try another non-alcoholic drink ever except for coffee... not just another cheap substitute ~ only T.E.N.O.M. coffee. Even if you're an alcoholic, you'll be sure to give it all up, since you've tasted something even more addictive ~ Tenom coffee!

- Quote by Vincent Tan

Anyway, it's freshly grounded, packed.... and I'm sure I must have been ripped off, since I paid like RM5.00 (USD1.50) for that wee small little excuse for a 300g bag of coffee.

Actually, it's about the same as that Arabica breed of ground coffee mum buys at the local store back home... also roasted with a tad of butter and salt. Funny as it sounds, but I think that roasting it in that manner basically removes any after taste to the brewed coffee! Try it, and tell me it doesn't work.

Instead of hearing me rant non-technically about Tenom coffee, have a read 'HERE'.


At April 30, 2006 12:04 AM, Blogger hteekay said...

In my past 24++ years, I never tried the infamous TENOM coffee.. :(

At May 18, 2006 6:21 PM, Anonymous yuki said...

Oh yes, I finally tried it!!

I asked my friends in KK if they have heard of it (guess that was a silly question!!), the next thing I know, they bought us a bag of 12 packs!! (Silly good!!) Enough for us to share this good stuff back home for sure!!

It's real good and smooth (from the margerine)especially with milk. Goes well without too!! And yes... pretty additive. Cant stop thinking of it ever since i had it!!

Must try!

At November 26, 2007 1:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any coffee made from freshly ground - well stored - recently roasted whole beans will be smooth if brewed correctly, and it will have about 100x more flavour than roasted coffee mixed with sugar and margerine. I'm sure it holds for robusta varieties as well.

At April 13, 2009 9:21 AM, Anonymous Matilda Carrillo said...


It is interesting to know about this new produce T.E.N.O.M. coffee. I like to try.

Your English is very funny. Are all Malaysian speak English like this ?


At April 05, 2012 1:30 AM, Blogger Xiao Lao Shu said...

Lol...malaysians don't speak that way all the time...but its just the way we stand out in *the crowd* ^.^

At December 02, 2015 6:54 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

A friend of mine gave your coffee .tastes so good so want to buy here in Korea how can i buy your coffee


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