Client Spotlight: Ghostbird Coffee Company

Let's get to know one of our clients: Ghostbird Coffee Company! They use a beautiful white Giesen W6. Like to see it? Visit their store in Kuala Lumpur. We talked with roaster Thomas Ooi.

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Let’s get to know one of our clients: Ghostbird Coffee Company! They use a beautiful white Giesen W6. Like to see it? Visit their store in Kuala Lumpur. We talked with the owner Thomas Ooi.

Name:Thomas
Surname:Ooi
Company name:Ghostbird Coffee Company
Giesen Coffee roaster type:W6A

Get to know Ghostbird Coffee Company

Company mission: We provide value coffee and a unique experience to the community that we serve.

The biggest advantage of the roaster: Simplicity, Consistency, Robust.

Favorite bean: Our favorite bean is the Tanzania Blackburn Estate.

The best thing about your job: Connecting with people through Coffee.

Motto: Everyone Deserves A Better Cup of Coffee.

Tip for other entrepreneurs/ roasters:  As a Roastery or cafe business, consistency in quality is always the key to success. Choosing the right machinery will help with the start-up and expansion.

Ghostbird: ‘Together we wish to establish ourselves as a platform for coffee lovers and business owner alike to find their favourite coffee and learning more about coffee at the same time.

From flavour, fragrance and mouthfeel to the conversations and interactions that goes with every cup, this is the beautiful world of coffee that we love.’

If you want to find out more about Ghostbird, check out their website here.

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