Calanthe Art Cafe  - Malaysia 13 States' Coffees

The Beginning...

Coffee plants belong to the Family of Rubiaceae and Genus of Coffea. The genus of Coffea consists about 25 species. But only three species are suitable for commercial purposes. They are Coffea arabica, Coffea robusta  and Coffea liberica.

Coffee plants were originally from Continent Africa. Coffee Arabica was brought to Malaysia in 1779. However, Coffee Arabica was not growth well in Malaysia. Later, Mr. Leonard Wray successfully introduced Coffee Liberica in 1875.

Nowadays. Coffee Liberica is suitable to plant in Peninsular especially in the state of Johor and Selangor. Meanwhile, Coffee Robusta is suitable to plant in the north of Peninsular as well as in Sabah and Sarawak.

Coffee Plantation in Malaysia require temperature between 18 oC - 32 oC and 2000-3000mm rain per year. It also need dry season so that pollination can take place. Soil PH value is between 4.5-6.5.

Calanthe Art Cafe is the Only One café combines 13 states' coffees of Malaysia for your curiosity taste.

11. Jalan Hang Kasturi
Melaka 75250 606-2922960

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The First and Only One Cafe in Malacca, Malaysia which serves Malaysia 13 States' Coffees, Local Foods, Homemade Desserts, Handmade jewelleries and etc...

Breakfast Hour

SundayWednesday: 9:0011:30

Thursday: Closed

Friday, Saturday: 9:0011:30

Business Hour

SundayWednesday: 9:0023:00

Thursday: Closed

Friday, Saturday: 9:000:00

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