Now Open: % Arabica in Bonifacio Global City



Coffee lovers, % Arabica is finally brewing in the Philippines, and it's about time we try and find out why it's tagged as one of Japan's best coffee shops! 

Located on the Ground Floor of W City Center in Bonifacio Global City, % Arabica is a brand founded in Kyoto by Kenneth Shoji out of the desire to have an amazing cup of coffee every day. He then established a green bean trading company, distributed one of the best espresso machines, and partnered with Junichi Yamaguchi - world latte art champion - and opened their first branch in Kyoto. 

They've opened branches in Hong Kong, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, and Oman since, and they're still planning to expand to other countries in the coming months. No matter where it is in the world, though, their branches will always still be reminiscent of the bright, minimalistic interiors that the original branch has. 

Coffee lovers have the option between the Arabica Blend and Single Origin, which are guaranteed to give you just the right amount of caffeine to wake you up and get you through the day. 

For the ones who want something classic, % Arabica's Caffe Latte is a must-try, and although it's best enjoyed hot, they can also have it iced which is perfect for the warm weather in the city. However, for those who want their coffee sweeter, they may opt to have a sip of their Spanish Latte which is made slightly sweeter with condensed milk. 


Aside from their signature coffee blends, this Japanese coffee shop also offers snacks which you can enjoy with your drinks. And if you're one who likes to brew their own coffee at home, you also have the option to buy % Arabica's coffee beans, have them roast it to a certain level for you to bring home! 


% Arabica is located at Ground Level W City Center, 7th Avenue cor. 30th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. For more information, you may check out their website, or visit their official Facebook and Instagram pages. 

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