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Bo’s Coffee Koronadal City starts brewing soon

We know you’ve been waiting for this! Proud homegrown coffee shop Bo’s Coffee is finally opening in Koronadal City!

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The coffee shop known for its homegrown spirit putting in the spotlight the Philippine coffee and the Filipino culture will serve its first brews for Koronadaleños one fine day this April 2017 (exact date to be announced later)! It is conveniently located along Alunan Avenue corner of Mabini St., beside Riavin Gas Station fronting Protech Center.bo's coffee koronadalBo’s presence in Koronadal will further boost the coffee scene as it comes amidst the growing number of cafés in the city. But Bo’s promises to excel as a brand different from the rest!

Bo’s is proud of its Filipino roots and it makes sure its business supports the local industries. In fact, all of its raw materials from coffee to pastries to every bits of interiors are all proudly Filipinos! It is Bo’s mission to create positive social impact by empowering local social enterprises.

The Cebu-born coffee brand sources its beans from 5 Philippine Coffee Origin namely: Mt. Kitanglad in Bukidnon; Sagada and Benguet in the Cordilleras; Mt. Apo in North Cotabato and Davao, and; Mt. Matutum in Tupi, South Cotabato. Each origin has its own unique taste profile that each coffee lover should discover.

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Bo’s Coffee Koronadal boasts of its quaint interiors and furniture sets made with indigenous natural materials. Its alleys will be lit with industrial lamps designed by world renowned designer Kenneth Cobonpue. Its lounge chairs are from hand-woven fabrics sourced from local weaving communities and made by one of its partner social enterprises, ANTHILL Fabric Gallery. To complement this homey and classy ambiance, a collection of chill-out and acoustic music by local artists will be played in the background. Now, that’s multiple Filipino pride in one café!

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Aside from the 57 seats indoors, Bo’s Koronadal also reserves 12 seats in its Al Fresco section for the caffeine junkies who would like to do the caffeine-loading outdoor.

Enjoy a quiet moment with your espresso macchiato, café mocha or any of your favorite blends, pastries and local delights, as you discuss business with colleagues, reconnect with friends and create lasting memories with loved ones Al Fresco.

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Want to have your coffee served in a method you can observe? Ask for a French pressed or drip coffee. Your baristas will do the serving and demo with gusto!

What else to expect with Bo’s Coffee Koronadal?

Breakfast! And I mean a wide range of Filipino and western breakfast treats! And that comes with your favorite brews! Watch out too for Bo’s best-selling cakes in Koronadal branch’s chillers.

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Have you heard that their Blueberry Cheesecake has been rated as the best among coffee shops in the country? Their much-talked about pasta dishes are a must-try too! Now, seafood Marinara is on my mind!

For non-coffee drinkers, Bo’s has a range of loose leaf tea, from chamomile, mango, coconut green tea, and Dallah black tea, and cold drink mixes for you to choose from.

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Bo’s coffee is passionate about creating the best coffee in every cup. That is their mantra! That is its commitment to customers.

Come and let’s visit Bo’s Coffee Koronadal and feel the brand’s passion for coffee as they promise to deliver unparalleled hospitality and a complete homegrown experience to coffee patrons. Let’s altogether enjoy the homegrown goodness! See you there!

About Avel Manansala

Avel Manansala aka Bariles, is a native of a bustling city down south of Mindanao Island. He is a consultant on Blogging, Social Media, and Marketing . He is co-founder and head of the SoCCSkSarGen Bloggers and manager of Google Business Group (GBG)- General Santos. You may add him to your circles on G+ - http://plus.google.com/+AvelManansala. If you need more info on any of these fields, please leave him a message.

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