Have you heard about your homegrown brew? I guess most of the Cebuanos’ does. It is Bo’s Coffee, a proudly fully Filipino-owned coffee shop originated from Cebu.
They invited me to share their great Philippine coffee experience as they opened its 94th outlet at The Rolex Place in the bustling suburbs of Fairview, Quezon City.
Let’s begin with the surroundings & interiors of the Bo’s Coffee Shop.
The surroundings are serve as a platform for local artistry, from the chandeliers conceived by the world-famous designer Kenneth Cobonpue to the furnishings such as the chairs colorfully upholstered by ANTHILL fabric gallery pointed out by the Bo’s Coffee VP Brand & Marketing “Coochy Mamaclay”.
Also part of the event, they share us the quality of their coffee beans which are sourced locally from highland farmers in Sagada and Benguet in The Mountain Province, Mount Kitanglad in Bukidnon, Mount Apo in Davao, and Mount Matutum in Tupi, South Cotabato.
Bo’s Coffee is also serves as a window and platform for their homegrown partners, whose quality products may be unfamiliar to some. Among them are Tsaa Laya, Bayani Brew such as Iced Tea and Baverages, and Theo and Philo Chocolates.
To inaugurate each new store opening, Bo’s Coffee is treating y’all with aweinspiring rewards.
The 1st 100 customers will get varying amounts of free coffee, with the first in line getting 365 free cups – a whole year’s worth. The 2nd in line will get 6 months’ worth, and the 3rd will get 3 months, while the 4th up to 100th will get a week’s supply of Bo’s Coffee.