I'm going to do a feature on the best ones (promise!), but in the meantime, I'll just let instagram (and tumblr), with my handful of followers, take the rap for my delinquency.
What I can do for now is share some snapshots that I first uploaded via those oh-so-easy sharing apps. Hang on for a bit, because I'll be a better java jiver. I have at least a couple of new coffee places I just can't wait to share with you, plus the rest of the pics that have piled up. Very soon.
|Stackers in Eastwood Mall|
|Gourmet-to-Go inside Rustan's Fresh Supermarkets|
|Packaging helps a lot. A present from my friend,|
from Siem Reap.
|French Baker. I love the presentation and the brownie on the side.|
|RUB Ribs, no other pic, sorry.|
|Pancake House. Sometimes very strong, sometimes not.|
|Stacy's in Capitol Golf. Nice country/vintage-y place.|
|Their chai tea is fabulous, and so's their coffee. Not bad at all.|
|Fleur De Lys, Tomas Morato, Q.C. Very strong brew.|
You'll need all the powdered creamer that comes with it.
|Brewed Coffee from Le Maison, Cebu City, Cebu.|
Strong brew, lovely restaurant.
|18 Days in Cash & Carry, Manila. More about this stall later.|
|Solaire Hotel. Hotels should ALWAYS have good coffee.|
|IHOP's refillable brew. Diner-ish.|
|Il Padrino in Robinson's Galleria. Very affordable for good coffee.|
|Good way to end a hearty meal. Batangas Brew|
from Corazon, East Wing of Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong.
|North Park. Yes, they have coffee. Already with milk, |
served with simple syrup on the side.
|MoMo, Eastwood Mall. Very strong, full-bodied,|
|Chateau 1771. Sugar and cream needed, added,|
and it's still that dark.
|Sci-Fi Cafe. The experience of dining in the midst of |
all those superheroes was better.
|Soy Gingerbread latte, my first Starbucks Holiday2013 coffee. |
Nutmeg powder beat the coffee into my mouth.