For many of us coffee is a part of our daily lives. It feels incomplete when we do not get our daily dose of caffeine. When I travel I usually look for the best coffee in the city where I am in. Yes, I kinda travel for coffee… and food!
Here’s our list of the best coffee finds from different parts of the Philippines.
Sagada Coffee (Arabica Typica)
Sagada Arabica coffee is probably one of the most popular coffee beans in the Philippines. Its clean and fruity taste makes it a favorite go-to specialty coffee for coffee lovers and people who just recently into coffee. When having Sagada coffee, I personally prefer black without sugar so I can enjoy its delightful taste. This coffee variety is usually sold medium or dark roasted. BUY ONLINE
Kalinga Coffee (Robusta)
I first had a Kalinga coffee when I visited Buscalan to personally meet Apo Whang Od. Its woody/oaky aroma makes it stand out from other coffee varieties I have had in the past. It’s quite strong so I personally want my Kalinga coffee with sugar. The sweetness will complement the oaky and strong taste of the coffee. ORDER NOW
Davao – Mt. Apo Coffee (Arabica Catimor)
Davao’s Mt. Apo Coffee is now becoming a popular origin of local coffee. It’s usually roasted light or medium to maintain its fruity taste and natural sweetness. BUY NOW
Bukidnon Coffee (Arabica)
The province of Bukidnon is a popular source of both arabica and robusta coffee. There are different varieties available in the province such as typica, catimor, and fine robusta. One of the popular origins is Mt. Kitanglad. The coffee from the foothills of this mountain has a clean and fruity taste making it an easy favorite for coffee lovers. ORDER ONLINE
Sulu Coffee (Robusta)
Sulu is popular for its single-origin robusta coffee. The province’s coffee is on the earthy and herby side. It has a distinct taste making it a favorite go-to coffee for people living in the province and nearby regions. BUY NOW
Benguet Coffee (Premium Arabica)
Benguet is probably the most popular coffee origin in the Philippines. The province produces arabica coffee of the typica variety. The coffee trees are grown in Atok, La Trinidad, Tuba, and other parts of the province. BUY ONLINE
Since we can’t really travel for leisure and it seems that it will take time before we can, we made it possible to bring the best coffee closer to you even when there are travel restrictions. Juan Coffee delivers the best coffee wherever you are in the Philippines. You can opt to order roasted coffee beans or coffee grounds and Juan Coffee will send it to you. So, what are you waiting for? Visit juancoffee.com to know more about the best coffee in the Philippines.