So, you are coffee addict too? You can wake up 2AM and goto your nearest 24hr coffee shop and get a hot brewed coffee and later go back to sleep as if no caffein intake happen to your body? Go imagine this, you drive to Tagaytay to enjoy the cold weather and have some coffee and you ended up on a long line to Starbucks. And then you start searching from your phone – “coffee shops in tagaytay”. You will probably end up getting this article. You will find Filibeans. That’s right Filibeans is Filipino Coffee Destination in Tagaytay.
Conveniently located inside Leslie’s Viewpoint (where bulalo is at its best!), Filibeans is a cutie coffee shop you can’t miss after a sumptuous meals at Leslies.
Filibeans serve all-Pinoy coffee beans which has been harvested from around the country. You should not miss “Barako” coffee here, a local term for coffee which means strong. They also got the most expensive coffee in the world, the Alamid coffee.. is a coffee made out of beans eaten and digested by Sugar Palm Civet (paradoxorus Philipinensis), or what we call alamid in the mountains and forest of Philippine Archipelago. And their own branding called Filibeans Finest Blend, it is a medium-dark roasted mix of the finest Arabica beans from the mountains of Cordillera and Robusta from the coffee farms of Maragusan.
The coffee shop is so neat, the servers are all typical folks from the province ready to serve you with a smile, plus the takeaway is the price. If your typical coffee from Starbucks gets you more than P100 from your pocket, Filibeans offer very affordable price for their coffees. Pastries are also available at the counter and cakes for the lovers of the sweets!
There are tables inside the coffee shop if you dont want to bother yourself of the noisy environment outside, specially during lunch time where bunch of people line up for lunch at Leslies. But, you can always order your coffee ater your meals at Leslies, they will serve it right to your table. Plus you enjoy the majestic panoramic view of Mt. Taal the whole time.
So next time to go to Tagaytay, wether you will have lunch or not at Leslies, you can drop by and try Filibeans! Its cute and it is priced well for a Pinoy coffee lover. I’m sure the foreign tourists will love it too.
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