Saturday, August 27, 2011

Must-try Coffee Places

Mocha Overload at Bo's Coffee
"Over second and third cups flow matters of high finance, high state, common gossip and low comedy.  [Coffee] is a social binder, a warmer of tongues, a soberer of minds, a stimulant of wit, a foiler of sleep if you want it so.  From roadside mugs to the classic demi-tasse, it is the perfect democrat."  ~Author Unknown
In the earlier part of my blogging, we started trying out new and "not that famous" coffee shops.  Never did I think that my husband's and my coffee habituation would lead us to understand coffee drinkers even more, unwrapping more and more information on coffee.
Here are the places we got a bit intoxicated with caffeine and of course have had the  chance to also try out some interesting stuffs on the menu.   

Bag of Beans
Sam Brew

18 Days Roasters, where I got the most exquisite blend, Alamid Coffee


Kitsch Cafe


Never have we thought, that we never have to get our passports stamped to get a feel of what coffee other countries are soaking up with.   From a French-inspired cafe, American, Italian to Singaporean.   It may not be about just the coffee, may be about the aura or the whole atmospheric state of these coffee stations or just the company of friends and loved ones.
There are a lot more places, scenic, artistic, eclectic or whatnot.   It only takes one day at a time to discover them...Till then!

6 comments:

  1. Mommy!! Bakit hindi mo ako sinama??

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  2. It's like Philippines got the whole world in a cup of coffee... Bialetti meron din! Wow! This should be considered the official guide for caffeine pilgrimage.... i might as well print this one out to use as my guide for my caffeine pilgrimage on June next year!!!! hope to see you in one of these cafes!!!!

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  3. @ Mr. Tripster...you got it right...Filipinos are getting more and more addicted to coffee shops, now milk tea shops are also getting the highligh, but coffee business is still on the rise, I have actually more coffee shop reviews which are not here, I have yet to discover how to compile them...Hope to see you also in your Philippine visit!

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  4. I really love this post I will visit again to read your post in a very short time and I hope you will make more posts like this.

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  5. you have such a steady hand! I couldn't believe those lines were done without a stencil. you are plain awesome xo Security Guards

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