Derived from "ARabica Multi Origin”, Armor Kopi owned and flew with This Name. This uniqueness. This Brand.
Located in the secret forest; neighbouring to Alice of the Wonderland, at the corner of Dorothy of Oz, facing the Potter’s home, Armor Kopi made their presence felt, made known that they existed, that they are alive (and kicking).
Everyone from the mighty land afar; as high as Beanstalk Jack, as far as Shrek’s Far Far Away land and in the deep mystical forest of Maleficent will drop by at this Raya Forest Garden (Taman Hutan Raya. Ahaks), a garden only known to the Bandungnites, a forest they hold dearly and hide from us foreigner. Not wanting their best hidden secret (coffee) stolen from them. But we, the Southeast Asia ToW Avengers got to know, and here to seek the truth; to broadcast to the public, to draw foreigners to this fabulous coffee place and claim as first experiment and experience.
I strongly believe that a good coffee can make one high, especially in this wood as I see flatlays of kuih being taken before tasting their coffee and photoshoot takes place before eating the yummeh kuih. In fact, I don’t think they are high on coffee, in fact, I have a feeling they are high with excitement, of the quaint location, of the hardwork, effort and creativity put in by the Armor team as well as by the hospitality extended. It is not normally to get a good coffee and a yummeh kuih in the forest; a mystical secret forest, mind you. You would too. I bet.
As if Arabica is not enough to please everyone, they offers Robusta and Liberica as basic coffee with four tea choices namely Green Tea, Black Tea, Oolong Tea and Honey Milk Tea (from IDR10,000-18,000). Tea is only food if one is adventurous, and if you are those adventurous few, try their Luwak of East Java, Kayumas of Ijen Plateau, East Java, Kalossi from Sulawesi Toraja among others. I would also suggest for you to sample the Pisang Keju (banana fritter with cheese), tauhu isi goreng (fried tofu), cireng bumbu rujak (fried seasoned aci with palm sugar sauce), bittebalen (meat-based snack) and risoles (rissoles).
Having a full range of coffees (and snacks!) from Indonesia, justifies their popularity and superiority here. This is fully verified by the presents of us; the Southeast Asia ToW Avengers, all geared and game to outdoing each other… for cuppa joe. And trust me, it is totally worth it.
Cuba lah…. Pasti nak lagi dan lagi dan lagi….
Jalan Pakar Barat
99, Taman Hutan Raya Ir. H. Djuanda
Weekday : 9.00am - 9.00pm
Weekend : 8.00am - 9.00pm