Coffee flowers in Ratanakiri

Room for growth in coffee production

Publication date 30 April 2015 | 16:01 | ICT

On the northern edge of the Cardamom Mountains, Pailin Province is an area well known for being rich in precious minerals, as well as being one of the last strongholds of the Khmer Rouge.



  •  A view of Sugar & Spice Garden Cafe near the Russian Market.

    Through coffee, Daughters of Cambodia provides an exit from the sex industry

    Publication date 30 April 2015 | 15:59 | ICT

    Opened in 2012, Sugar & Spice Garden Café brings a whole lot more than just coffee to Phnom Penh’s bustling café scene.

  • Nicknamed the Landmark, Gloria Jean’s new coffee shop in Siem Reap is impossible to miss.

    Gloria Jean’s opens new branch in Siem Reap

    Publication date 30 April 2015 | 15:55 | ICT

    For the last five years, Gloria Jean’s Coffee has been continually expanding, bringing high quality coffee to Cambodia’s seemingly endless embrace of a café culture.

  •  Joma offers a create-a-sandwich menu where customers can choose their own ingredients. MOEUN NHEAN

    Joma Bakery Café

    Publication date 30 April 2015 | 15:48 | ICT

    If you haven’t seen it already, cafés have stormed the capital as global and regional chains continue to line Phnom Penh’s streets, offering relief from the heat and the daily grind.

  • Chi Sila (L) and Kouch Sokly (C) are proud to have developed the food and beverage industry

    T&C’s founder proud to invest in human resources

    Publication date 30 April 2015 | 15:45 | ICT

    Café T&C, the first modern brand-name café in the Kingdom established in 2003, has expressed its pride in developing the industry.

  • KOI Cafe specializes in meticulously crafted teas.

    KOI Café reaches new market in Cambodia

    Publication date 30 April 2015 | 15:39 | ICT

    In this special report on Café culture, The Post interviewed the newest brand name to enter the Cambodian market, KOI Café.

  • Bringing San Francisco to Phnom Penh

    Publication date 30 April 2015 | 15:35 | ICT

    After running a successful café and bakery for 13 years in San Francisco, Khmer-American David Chiv felt a calling to return to his homeland to impart the skills he had learned from America.