It’s been a little over a year since delivery-only online restaurant group MadEats launched. Now, MadEats ventures into the world of physical stores, starting with one of their most popular brands – Dot Coffee.
After delivering 1000 cups of coffee from only one ghost kitchen during its first week of operations, Dot Coffee has finally opened its very own kiosk in W City Center in Bonifacio Global City. The brand’s vision still remains, and it’s for it to be the #1 tech-enabled high-quality coffee brand for delivery and takeout in the Philippines. They are set to open more Dot Coffee kiosks all over the metro in the next few months.
Dot Coffee has since added more drinks to their ever-growing coffee lineup, including a Cuatro Leches Latte with a dairy-free equivalent. They also have new latte flavors like the Burnt Vanilla, Butterscotch, and Wake Me Up has four shots of espresso and a splash of milk.
For non-coffee drinkers, new options include a refreshing Creamy Ube Coconut, Salted Caramel Mocha, and more flavors for their line of Horchata drinks. And of course, sipping on drinks wouldn’t be complete without munching on some sweets. An exclusive at their W City Center branch, they have released layered dessert bars that come in three flavors — Black & White, a brownie and a blondie layer; a zesty Calamansi Cheesecake; and Peanute Butter Monkey Bar, a peanut butter brownie with a banana bread layer.
Customers will also be able to pick up their coffee and order for delivery via madeats.co, GrabFood, and foodpanda. Dot Coffee will also be launching an app so getting your coffee fix will be even easier.