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Bo’s Coffee opens this weekend @ SM City GenSan!

Yes!  You read it right!  Bo’s Coffee is the next cafe that is due to be inaugurated this week at the SM City GenSan following in the heels of Starbucks which had a soft opening on September 20.

This Cebu-based brand, which opened its first store at the Ayala Center Cebu in June 1996 will be unveiing its 59th branch on Friday, September 28, 2012, at 4:00pm to invited guests consisting of GenSan’s movers and shakers!

Bo’s Coffee is known for “just-roasted freshness”—its beans, mostly from Cordillera and Bukidnon, are delivered to its stores soon after roasting so that its clients can enjoy the distinctively bold, roasted flavour of Bo’s espresso and specialty coffee beverages.

Of course, the generals should also expect the best and most delectable cakes, pastries and cookies from Bo’s Coffee’s kitchen.  And as for non-coffee drinkers, there’s their extensive list of tea and cold drink concoctions you can choose from.

Come to think of it, Bo’s Coffee in Cebu was my first really pleasurable and unforgettable coffee shop visit many years back, staying there for a couple of hours, enjoying my time with friends.  And with its opening here in my hometown, I am expecting nothing less of the same lovely experience.


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