To those who just can’t get through the day without their daily dose of caffeine, good coffee is a must-have in their homes. And with this quarantine still on-going, it’s quite hard to go out and get your restock of coffee beans.
Luckily, there are still stores in Metro Manila that are open to deliver good quality beans at home. Here are 8 shops you can check out for your next restock:
As announced a few weeks ago, Metro Manila residents can order from Refinery’s selection of single origin coffee beans. Available on their menu are their 2AM Espresso Beans (P900/500g) and Single Origin (P550/250g and P1100/500g) coffee beans from Benguet, El Salvador, Colombia, Brazil, and Ethiopia.
To order, customers only have to text or Viber their orders to Refinery’s contact number 0977-831-2179 and pay via BDO Online Bank Transfer. They can pick-up their orders at Refinery’s Rockwell branch, or have them delivered via Grab Express and Lalamove.
To bring good coffee to their patrons even during these times, Yardstick has announced that their coffee beans are now available for pick-ups in various areas in the metro. As of now, customers can pick from their Single Origin coffees (P600/250g and P2000 for any 4 bags) and their Blends (P1200/1kg).
Commune made it easier for the residents of Manila to get their favorite coffee beans from them while in ECQ. Aside from their signature Commune Blend (P350/250g and P1200/1kg), customers may also order Green Roasts (Liberica, Benguet, Bukidnon, and Peaberry), milk (minimum of 2 liters per order), and paper filters on their website.
Commune does in-house deliveries within 2-3 business days for those who are in Makati, Taguig, Pasig, Pasay, and Manila. They may also do same-day deliveries via Grab or Lalamove. A portion of their sales will go to Frontline Feeders Philippines, which prepares meals for frontliners.
Plain Sight Coffee
Because they believe good coffee should be accessible even during the quarantine period, Plain Sight Coffee’s coffee beans are now available for delivery. Customers have a choice between their Single Origin beans (Sta. Serra, Aceh Mengaya, Terekech Werasa, and Asali) and their Blended Beans. These range from P490 to P590 per a 250g pack.
Wanting people to enjoy good coffee even in the comforts of their home, Everyday Coffee made their products available for you to order for deliveries. This shop has a wide selection of both local and foreign coffee beans – from Benguet and Davao to Brazil and Ethiopia.
Also available are their private collection of coffee beans which come in limited quantities. The prices of their coffee range from P450 to P950.
Cafe De Lipa
If Barako coffee is your kind of drink, you’d be delighted to know that Cafe De Lipa is once again delivering in Metro Manila and Lipa, Batangas! Some of the variants they have are Mercado Coffee Barako, Baraco Blend, Batangas Excelsa, Columbia Arabica, and more. A 250g Coffee Pack is priced between P158 and P610. You may also purchase their drip packs in boxes of 15 bags, available in 5 different variants.
For locally-sourced coffee beans, one of the shops you must check out is SGD Coffee. Choose from their 3 variants right now: SGD Coffee (P720/225g), Mirabueno Coffee (P1200/225g) from Bukidnon, and Bana’s Coffee (P720/225) from Sagada.
If you want to start homebrewing, Toby’s Estate has got you covered. Their whole coffee beans – Single Origin Indian Goorghully, Single Original Nicaragua Ojo de Agua, Single Origin Indonesian Papandayan, and House Blend Woolloomooloo – are now up on Boozy. Their house blend is priced at P480 while their Single Origin beans are priced at P600 for 200g bags.
You can also purchase your own homebrewing tools like coffee grinder, coffee press, drips, and filters at their stores in Salcedo Village, Shangri-La at the Fort, and Legazpi Village.