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We are proud to be part of the vibrant coffee community, and we are  committed to provide the best tasting coffee there is. With that, we would like to hear from you! If you have any comments, thoughts and suggestions, feel free to send us a message.


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119 Gloria Diaz St. BF Resort Village, Las Piñas City

311 El Grande Ave. BF Homes, Parañaque City

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We have a couple working addresses, but this one here is for our Las Piñas branch. We will definitely appreciate it if you give us a visit in any of our branches.

  • Can I grind coffee beans in advance?
    While it's best to grind coffee beans just before brewing for optimal freshness, you can pre-grind them based on your convenience. However, keep in mind that coffee grounds start to lose their freshness and flavor more rapidly than whole beans. To maintain the best quality, store pre-ground coffee in an airtight container and use it within a week.
  • What is the best grind size for different brewing methods?
    The grind size of coffee beans depends on the brewing method you prefer. For example, a coarse grind is suitable for French press, while a medium grind works well for drip coffee makers. Espresso machines typically require a fine grind. Using the right grind size helps extract the desired flavors and achieve the best brewing results. For the specific grind size details, you may visit the "Products" menu.
  • How should I brew coffee at home?
    Brewing coffee at home can be a delightful experience. Different brewing methods, such as pour-over, French press, or espresso machines, yield unique flavors. Experimenting with variables like water-to-coffee ratio, water temperature, and brew time allows you to customize your cup.
  • How should I store my roasted coffee beans?
    To preserve the quality and freshness of your roasted coffee beans, store them in an airtight container in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight, moisture, heat, and strong odors. Avoid storing coffee beans in the refrigerator as it can introduce moisture and cause flavor degradation.
  • What is the difference between single-origin and blended coffee?
    Single-origin coffee comes from a specific geographic location, such as a particular farm or region, offering unique flavors and characteristics. On the other hand, blended coffee combines beans from multiple origins to create a well-balanced and consistent flavor profile. Both options have their own merits, and the choice depends on your taste preferences.
  • How do I choose the right coffee beans for my taste preferences?
    Choosing the right coffee beans is a matter of personal preference. Consider factors such as the origin, roast level, and flavor profile of the beans. Experiment with different varieties and blends until you find the ones that align with your taste preferences.

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