'Kopi Jantan' sold in US recalled by Malaysian owner over FDA concerns


PETALING JAYA: A coffee business owned by a Malaysian in the United States has voluntarily recalled a line of its "Kopi Jantan Tradisional" coffee after it was found to contain milk and a substance similar to the male sexual enhancement drug, Viagra.

Albert Yee, who runs the one-man import company Bestherbs Coffee LLC sells the coffee online to customers from his base in Grand Prairie, Texas.

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