Drinking coffee becomes a matter of routine of Cambodia people including adults and elderly people. They get together to discuss their studies, works, businesses and other activities. While there’s high beverage competition in the nation, brand coffees have spread rapidly and attracted more and more coffee lovers. In Cambodia, there’re branded coffees listed below:
Brown Coffee: establish in 2009 and incorporated in 2010, Brown has grown more to 14 outlets, 13 branches in Phnom Penh and 1 at Siem Reap in late 2016, a baking facility and a training center. It distinguishes itself from the present Cambodian cafés with its rich variety of freshly baked French and Asian pastries, and gourmet coffee.
Starbucks: Today, they welcome millions of customers through their doors every day, in more than 17,000 locations in over 50 countries including Cambodia with 2 branches locating at Aeon Mall, Phnom Penh International Airport (Airport Departure Hall) and Sangkat Boeung Keng Phnom Penh.
Gloria Jean’s Coffees: Australian owned and locally operated the Gloria Jean’s Coffees stretches far and wide across the country such as Cambodia. It is a brew of passion, community and commitment to delivering the world the highest quality coffee – to be the most loved and respected coffee company in the world. Currently, there’re 6 exclusive locations in Cambodia, 5 in Phnom Penh and 1 in Siem Reap.
Amazon Coffee: Café Amazon, a coffee shop chain owned by Thai oil and gas giant PTT Plc, is poised for a major expansion in Cambodia after awarding 19 franchise licenses to operate new outlets across the Kingdom. It has established 14 outlets in Phnom Penh, Sihanouk Ville and Siem Reap since entering the local market in 2013.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf: Today, it offers over 22 varieties of coffee and 20 kinds of tea. It is roasted fresh daily in small batches in a manual European roast style. Currently, it is running 5 outlets in Phnom Penh.
Costa Coffee: Hand-making a cup of coffee is an art. It takes time and skill to perfect. That’s why every single barista, in every single Costa store is professionally trained in the art of coffee by our experts. It’s a little thing, but it makes a big difference, because it means you’ll get a perfect cup of Costa coffee every time. It has 6 outlets operating in Cambodia, 5 locations in Phnom Penh (Phnom Penh International Airport Branch, PPIU Branch, Riverside Branch, Boeung Keng Kang, AEON Mall Branch) and 1 at Siem Reap (King’s Road Angkor).
TOUS les JOURS: a French-Asian Bakery, meaning of ‘EVERYDAY’, serving a unique selection of bakery goods and beverages made with the highest quality ingredients from South Korea. For more information TOUS les JOURS Korea (CJ Group) , please visit www.tlj.co.kr. It has been serving bread, cake, sandwich, beverages and others with 11 outlets in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
Coffee Plus: It has been serving bread, sandwich and coffee in almost all Caltex gasoline stations in Phnom Penh.