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When I was in Malaysia an Indian friend offer to me a coffee, It tasted really nice and kinda unique. I'm not sure if that coffee was unique from Malaysia or recipe from India. The store where I got those was just a regular hawker around Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia.

It looked something like this: enter image description here

I would be really happy if you recognize or know what I am describing.

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Indian Filter Coffee is pretty much the only famous, unique coffee from India. It looks similar but with less milk or cream. –  user1190992 Jul 8 '13 at 19:28
That looks like, but although that's found in a lot of europe and all of the middle east I didn't think it went that far east. –  vwiggins Jul 12 '13 at 14:23
+1 for vwiggins guess of Turkish, but I think we'll need more information to make a solid guess. Any details you can add? Like, more specific than "nice and unique"? Or, if you saw it made (with what method) etc ... –  hunter2 Jul 19 '13 at 8:02
@user1190992, I think that's pretty close guess. I'll have to find some shops that sells this locally to really find out. –  Pennf0lio Jul 19 '13 at 21:05
@vwiggins, the turkish coffee looks very thick or is just on the picture. Thanks though. –  Pennf0lio Jul 19 '13 at 21:06

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the coffee which you pointed out is nanyang coffee,its actually traditional coffee in singapore

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This is "kampung coffee", or "kopi-o". The linked site says that it is roasted with margarine and sugar.

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