Kopi Kenangan Coffee has officially opened its first store outside Indonesia near Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
Edward Tirtanata, Co-founder and CEO said the outlet will operate under the brand name ‘Kenangan Coffee’ and this marks the company’s first overseas expansion. Malaysia is selected due to its strong coffee culture, particularly the grab-and-go idea, and the numerous similarities between Malaysians and Indonesians taste profiles.
Kopi Kenangan aims to have up to 10 stores in Malaysia by first quarter 2023. Four more stores will be opened soon this year.
Established in 2017, Kopi Kenangan successfully expanded to more than 850 stores in 64 cities in Indonesia and officially became the first Southeast Asian company to achieve unicorn status in the F&B category in December 2021.
Kenangan Coffee will be introducing its beloved signature drinks, Kenangan Latte and Avocado Coffee, as well as a wide range of other coffee selections at its store. The price per cup starts from RM5.90 (US$1.30) and is at a sweet price point in line with the brand promise of making quality coffee available to everyone.