En­joy ‘kaw kaw’ with Ka­pal Api

The Sun (Malaysia) - - MEDIA & MARKETING -

SO you need to start your day with not just any cup of cof­fee but a “kopi kaw kaw”. Where do you go to get this cof­fee fix from be­sides sim­ply reach­ing out for Ka­pal Api’s Java Latte, Moun­tain Blend or Morn­ing Blend?

For those who are won­der­ing what “kaw” means and are al­ready look­ing it up on their smart­phone dic­tio­nar­ies or call­ing on Siri, the word “kaw” is an ur­ban col­lo­quial widely used among Malaysians to de­scribe some­thing that is ex­treme, over­whelm­ing and most ex­cel­lent.

Kaw also per­fectly rep­re­sents Ka­pal Api’s cof­fees, as the largest cof­fee grower and pro­ducer in In­done­sia and Asia that of­fers its con­sumers high-grade roasted and grounded cof­fee.

Choose from pre­mixed three-in­one latte for city folk on-the-go or the two types of blends that would prob­a­bly suit the more dis­cern­ing cof­fee drinker. Both pro­vide for a cof­fee drink­ing ex­pe­ri­ence that is unique and sat­is­fy­ing with ev­ery sip pro­vid­ing a de­lec­ta­ble aroma and dis­tinc­tive taste of cof­fee with a light tinge of cof­fee grind.

Dur­ing the re­cent 59th Na­tional Day and Malaysia Day cel­e­bra­tions, the rakyat were treated to free cups of Ka­pal Api Java Latte served by the Kaw Crew from a mo­bile cof­fee truck near LRT sta­tions and busy busi­ness dis­tricts. In the spirit of “ke­bangsaan”, Malaysians united in their com­mon taste for a good cuppa.

Ka­pal Api in­tends to spread a com­mon love for great tast­ing cof­fee. So, stock up on Ka­pal Api for your daily dose and cof­fee fix.

Part of the queue of peo­ple wait­ing to get their free pro­mo­tional cup of Ka­pal Api cof­fee.

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