Go Coffee Hunting This International Coffee Day At Pavilion Bukit Jalil
Celebrate International Coffee Day this 1 October with Pavilion Bukit Jalil at nine of their cafes and coffee stores.
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In conjunction with World Coffee Day, Pavillion Bukit Jalil is celebrating the wonderful day with – yes, you guessed it right – coffee!
Thanks to them, we got to hop on a Crazy Kopi Tour and tasted five different coffee in one day. Yes, that also means that we had countless toilet visits and a massive caffeine rush!
But well, coffee lovers would do anything for coffee, isn’t that right?
We’ve sprinkled a little bit of coffee fun facts for you too, in honour of World Coffee Day this 1 October.
From cold brews to cofftails, here are nine cafes or coffee stores that you can visit at Pavilion Bukit Jalil:
1. illy Caffè
Hailing from Italy, illy Caffè is recognized around the world for their high quality and velvety taste of coffee. Their coffee is a unique blend of nine different pure Arabica beans.
A signature take there is the illycrema, an espresso that is whipped and cooled for two hours to create a creamy, rich and indulgent coffee treat. It’s like a coffee-flavoured cloud honestly.
If you love mocha, you should definitely try their Nuvola drink (which means cloud in Italy). It’s a chocolate drink accompanied by a good amount of creamy and fluffy illycrema and topped with whipped cream.
Location: illy Caffè, Level 3 (Orange Zone),
2. Artelier Coffee
Artelier Coffee has everything dirty. The drinks, we meant. 👀
Curated by Japanese master barista and coffee consultant Masahiro Aoki, Artelier Coffee comes in with different ‘Dirty’ speciality coffee every month like the Dirty [Latte], Dirty Houjicha, Dirty Matcha and more.
Their Dirty Matcha tastes like regular matcha but with coffee. They’ll also be introducing their Dirty Mocha that’ll be exclusively available in October only.
Location: Artelier Coffee, Level 3 (Orange Zone) & Level 5 (Orange Zone)
3. HWC Coffee
Fun Fact: Did you know that coffee has scores too? They’re determined in a Coffee Review where coffee that scores 80 (out of 100) and above is only qualified to be called speciality coffee.
HWC Coffee recently just revealed their new and seasonal speciality coffee bean which is called Neroli. This coffee bean scored 93 points under the coffee review which makes it the highest-rated coffee carried by HWC. It has floral and fruity notes, accompanied by aromatic woody undertones.
They also have their speciality drink which is called the Triple Champion Brown Sugar Cafe Latte, a boba drink with coffee. Creamy and chewy at the same time.
Location: HWC Coffee, Level 2 (Pink Zone)
4. Bukit Jalil Tsutaya Books
Fun Fact: Coffee makes you impulsive. With that high caffeine rush, you’re bound to be energetic. And with great energy, comes great impulsivity. You better not go shopping after two or three drinks of coffee.
To avoid impulsive purchases, why not chill at Tsutaya Bookstore? They have a cafe there too – so after the cup of joe, go and find a book to dim down that impulsive buying.
Pair their selection of freshly brewed coffee with their signature Autumn Special Mont Blanc Dorayaki (pancake with chestnut cream). While you’re there, give their espresso tonic a try. Carbonated coffee? Don’t mind if we do.
Location: Bukit Jalil Tsutaya Books, Level 2 (Orange Zone)
READ MORE: Tsutaya In Pavi Bukit Jalil Is More Than Just A Bookstore; It’s The Whole Aesthetic!
5. CO2 Coffee Bar
Fun Fact: This is the first coffee bar in Malaysia. They sell coffee and they sell alcohol-infused coffee. It’s never too early for a
drink cup of coffee. 🍹
While they do have cocktails with coffee called cofftails, they have a lot of mocktails too. A mixture of caffeine, fruits, smoky spices and herbs, these coffee mocktails challenge your taste buds. Who knew coffee could go well with pineapple, mango or even coconut milk?
A few good suggestions are their Passiflora and Coco Get Nut. The Passiflora gives a fresh citrus taste of passion fruit, pineapple and lemon to their cold brew. For the Coco Get Nut, you can really taste the creamy coconut milk in the espresso – it’s super rich.
Location: CO2 Coffee Bar, Level 3 (Pink Zone)
6. Oppa Toast
If you miss Dalgona Coffee and haven’t got time to whip up your own, you can get them at Oppa Toast. While you’re there, you can grab some of their scrumptious-looking sandwiches with flavours like shrimp and avocado, teriyaki chicken, crispy chicken cheese and more.
Location: Oppa Toast, Level 5 (Pink Zone)
7. Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (CBTL)
Fun Fact: Did you know that cold brew originated from Kyoto Japan?
It’s smoother, sweeter, and less acidic, which makes it a popular choice. CBTL has an amazing cold brew with a premium blend of Bali Blue Moon and Ethiopia Yirgacheffe coffee with chicory steeped cold for 20 hours.
CBTL is also celebrating their 25th birthday too with a special Lavender Cold Brew Latte. Go and try it if you love purple drinks!
READ MORE: These Gorgeous Purple Drinks And Cakes Celebrate CBTL’s 25th Birthday!
Location: The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Level 2 (Orange Zone)
8. ZUS Coffee
Fun Fact: Coffee with butter is called bulletproof coffee. Usually drunk in the morning, the caffeine mixes with the oils and fats in the butter to give slow-release energy throughout the course of the day.
We have our Kopitiam Kopi O with margarine and sugar right? But if you wanna a fancier and healthier take on it, go get ZUS coffee’s, Keto Black!
Location: ZUS Coffee, Level 1 (Pink Zone)
Fun Fact: Did you know that on average, two new Starbucks open daily internationally? Right now, they have around 30,000 Starbucks outlets worldwide.
So go espresso your love for Starbucks coffee with their new Iced Shaken Espresso beverages. If you love mocha, give their Chocolate Malt Oat Milk Ice Shaken Espresso a try – it features espresso, mocha sauce, chocolate malt powder and creamy oat milk.
Location: Starbucks, Level 3 (Orange Zone)
If you don’t know how to celebrate World Coffee Day this 1st of October, go on a coffee hopping journey at Pavillion Bukit Jalil. And if you’re craving a sweet tooth after that, you can try browsing around the mall and searching for cold desserts!
Here’s a list to get you started.
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