Barako Coffee @ Php 100

Barako coffee was introduced to the Philippines in the 1740s by Spanish friars, planted in Lipa, Batangas.


Kapeng barako or Batangas coffee, is a coffee variety grown in Batangas and Cavite. Barako in the languages of the Philippines means “stud”, and is associated with the image of masculinity.

Barako has a strong flavor and fragrance reminiscent of aniseed.

Its taste is said to be superior to Robusta, and most Philippine coffee drinkers prefer barako to Arabica. Arabica–varraco and excelsa–varraco blends are popular and create a cup with broader flavor range. It has a distinctive flavor and a strong fragrance reminiscent of aniseed.

Php 100

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