Malaysia Liberica Kulai (200g)

Malaysia Liberica Kulai (200g)


Introducing our latest single-origin revelation—notes of spicy dill, fermented strawberries, cacao and blueberry. Heavy and velvety body with low but sweet acidity. The aftertaste is dominant with notes of rose, levander and brown sugar.

0-20 m


Simpang Renggam


FARM: Simpang Renggam


The My Liberica business owns about 50 acres of land planted with carefully grown coffee trees in Kulai, Johor, Malaysia. These coffee trees are from the species Coffea liberica, and much like Coffea canephora and Coffea arabica, the liberica species has its own characteristics that make it unique in the cup. Liberica coffee grows at low altitudes, with the My Liberica farm sitting between 0-20masl, can grow very tall and has large leathery leaves.

We currently do not know of many varieties of the liberica species, especially compared to our robusta and arabica knowledge, but it is becoming more commercially available. Liberica tends to be on the smoky, woody and bitter spectrum, but thanks to research and experimentation around processing techniques, we are discovering a new colour spectrum of aromas and flavours. The coffee farm has unique soil nutrients and conditions, allowing the trees to grow old and mature.


Being within the lush landscapes of Malaysia, Simpang Renggam stands as a unique haven for growing coffee Liberica. Situated amidst rolling hills and fertile valleys, this picturesque region boasts an ideal microclimate for cultivating the robust Liberica beans. Blessed with abundant rainfall and ample sunshine, Simpang Renggam provides the perfect conditions for coffee plants to thrive and flourish. The rich volcanic soil, coupled with the region's elevation, imparts distinctive flavors and complexities to the coffee beans, elevating them to a league of their own. Surrounded by verdant forests and serene countryside, Simpang Renggam embodies the essence of tranquility and natural abundance, making it a cherished destination for coffee connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike. As the sun rises over the emerald hills, casting a golden glow upon the coffee plantations, Simpang Renggam emerges as a beacon of excellence in Malaysia's vibrant coffee landscape, offering a sensory journey unlike any other.

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This coffee came directly from the Simpang Renggam farm to our roastery.

About Liberica


TERROIR:Simpang Renggam


PROCESS:Anaerobic Natural

ARRIVED IN:1x12 kg vaccum sealed


AROMA:Levander , Dill, Clove

FLAVOR:Raspberries, Wine, Strawberies, Sugar


FINISH:Grapefruit, Levander

More about Liberica

To foster environmental stewardship and elevate coffee quality, the team at My Liberica employs innovative strategies, such as utilizing coffee waste for organic fertilizer. With a comprehensive grasp of the coffee chain, from cultivation to roasting, they recognize the importance of community collaboration in enhancing farmer livelihoods. They invest in neighboring farms, purchasing high-quality cherries to incentivize improved growing and harvesting practices. In 2014, My Liberica initiated a pioneering processing facility dedicated to the Liberica species in Malaysia.

This facility, renowned as the first of its kind, employs various processing methods to enhance coffee flavors. Collaborating with Sasa Sestic in 2020, they pioneered anaerobic processing techniques, later adopted by competitors like Hugh Kelly in the 2021 Australian WBC. Through sustainable practices and innovative processing methods, My Liberica is reshaping the coffee industry while championing environmental responsibility and community development.


Jason picks the ripe, small cherries for this lot. The result is extreme sweetness in this lot. The Anaerobic Baby Cherry coffee processing method involves selecting only the ripe coffee cherries and using a color sorter for further processing. These selected cherries are then sealed within barrels and undergo a controlled fermentation at a precise temperature for 15 days. Following the fermentation process, the coffee cherries are transferred to a greenhouse where both temperature and humidity are carefully regulated, ensuring their thorough and consistent drying.