To meet the demands of its growing clientele, Bo’s Coffee, the country’s all-Filipino specialty coffee shop, has opened another branch in the heart of Quezon City.

The proudly fully Filipino-owned coffee shop opened its 93rd outlet at the UP Town Center, the first and only university town center in the Philippines, to cater to the coffee-loving drinkers in the area.

“There has been a growing demand to open more cafes so we selected UP Town Center, which is strategically located in a bustling community that’s full of individuals from all walks of life, to address those needs,” Coochy Mamaclay, Bo’s Coffee VP for Brand & Marketing, said.

“We want everyone to feel the Bo’s Coffee experience as they look for a nook and haven where students, friends, and families can study, bond, and share stories in a cozy and feel-at-home atmosphere over their favorite local brew,” Mamaclay noted.

To inaugurate each new store opening, Bo’s Coffee is treating its loyal partners with awe-inspiring rewards. The first 100 customers will get varying amounts of free coffee, with the first in line getting 365 free cups – a whole year’s worth. The 2nd in line will get 6 months’ worth, the 3rd will get 3 months, while the 4th up to the 100th will get a month’s supply of Bo’s Coffee. For UP Town Center, the grand opening date is set at March 10, 2017 so don’t forget to mark your calendars.

“Bo’s Coffee partners – our service staff, have taken an oath – a ‘panata’- to give their best to our customers. Once their orders are made, our partners don’t call their attention but approach and serve them with a smile,” she explained. “This is how we Filipinos take care of our guests.”

           

The surroundings of Bo’s Coffee also serve as a platform for local artistry and craft at its finest, from the chandeliers conceived by world-famous designer Kenneth Cobonpue to the furnishings such as the chairs colorfully upholstered by ANTHILL Fabric Gallery, Mamaclay pointed out.

“Each coffee shop serves as a window and platform for our homegrown partners, whose quality products may be unfamiliar to some. Among them are Tsaa Laya, Bayani Brew (iced tea and beverages), and Theo and Philo (chocolates).”

“In our vow to share the great Philippine coffee experience, every cup you sip also nurtures and cultivates social enterprises and builds communities, a commitment and advocacy we take seriously” she explained.
As “Your Homegrown Brew”, Bo’s Coffee’s point of pride is that all of its coffee beans are sourced locally from highland farmers in Sagada and Benguet in the Mountain Province, Mount Kitanglad in Bukidnon, Mount Apo in Davao, and Mount Matutum in Tupi, South Cotabato.

“We serve coffee-to-cup freshness using only quality coffee beans from these local and sustainable sources,” the Bo’s Coffee official said.

 

Bo’s Coffee’s expansion plan is off to a red-hot start and is showing no signs of stopping. She disclosed that there are plans to roll out more branches and that Bo’s Coffee was eyeing to have its 100th store in the 1st quarter of 2017 and that the brand’s first international outlet will open its doors within the year.

With branches in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, the other present locations and menu can be found on its website at www.boscoffee.com

We are homegrown. We are proud of our roots. We put the spotlight on Philippine Coffee. Our Coffee Origins is a story of our culture. We make it our business to support local coffee farmers. We make it our mission to create positive social impact by empowering social enterprises. It is at our pursuit to deliver unparalleled hospitality and a complete homegrown experience to our patrons.
We are Bo’s Coffee, Your Homegrown Brew.

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