Day 2 – We included in our itinerary in our next visit to Tagaytay to check out the Filibeans Coffee shop located inside Leslie’s restaurant in Tagaytay City. I discovered this café after searching some new resto and café online and then I just saw a blog post coming from Raffy’s blog - http://www.pinoytravelblog.com/2013/06/16/filibeans-intros-malunggay-frappe-phs-first/
When I read that, we were curious about the specialty of the café, they also promoted there that they are the first to launch a Malunggay frappe beverage.
welcome to Filibeans Coffee shop!
here are some details about Filibeans Coffee
“Rooted in love for the Philippines, Filibeans is driven by the passion to help build communities of coffee farmers around the Philippines. From our employees, to our customers, to our partner communities, we value each person as a vital part of our whole purpose of uplifting the Filipino nation through the coffee industry.
We serve only all-Filipino coffee beans ethically harvested from around the Philippines and brewed to the perfection of the Filipino taste.
We aim to spread the appreciation of the richness of the Filipino culture among the Filipino people and tourists from around the world by offering them the aroma and taste of the best and rarest coffee from around the country, the music of our diverse culture, a view of the exquisite beauty of the Philippines and the warmth and hospitality of its people, all summed up into the ultimate Filipino coffee experience.
Our journey to spreading the awareness and appreciation of Filipino coffee starts by selling different blends of freshly roasted and ethically harvested coffee beans from around the country, but it doesn't stop there. We will be serving you at the perfect venues for your utmost appreciation of the Filipino Coffee Experience, eventually opening at Leslie's Food and Fiesta Park, Tagaytay City, set on the ridge with a commanding and majestic view of one of the Philippines' most beautiful scenic spot, the Taal Volcano. “ – via their FB page
The awesome freebie of our visit here in Filibeans Coffee at Leslie’s is the amazing and perfect view of Taal Volcano!
Here’s my boy again!!! so happy that he found the volcano again hahahah
Not yet in Filibeans, but that’s one of the dining area for Leslie’s restaurant customers
Here’s Filibeans Coffee shop!! its just a small café located infront of Leslie’s restaurant
Inside Filibeans Coffee
Cakes and cookies!
You’ll notice that their coffee prices are much lower compare to other cafes.
While ordering…I found this info about Taal volcano posted in their wall.
No need to have a debate about the specs of the volcano, you can read all the details here with going online.
here’s my Kapeng Amerikano (PHP 75)
the coffee is good!! actually it gave me a big coffee kick!!!
Lace’s Matcha green tea latte (hot) (PHP 145)
We ate our bread here that we bought from Noceda Bakery
Chillax and relax time after a busy walkathon and playtime in Mendez crossing and also in Mushroomburger playground.
We stop over here for a moment and watch all the people do their photo op with the volcano backdrop
Yes..we have the best coffee beans in the world!
May meryenda ka na…may awesome view ka pa ng Taal Volcano!
at naka aircon ka pa! hahahaha. astig!!
I want to go back here…and bring my laptop and work on some blog post for my blog
Too bad that Smart mobile internet is a bit slow in this location.
Thanks to Raffy and Ron for the tip!!
Filibeans coffee shop @ Leslie’s restaurant in Tagaytay
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/filibeans
Foursquare : https://foursquare.com/v/filibeans/4f7fac17e4b0bc141653f81e
This blog post is part of my blog series – Tagaytay Chinese New Year weekend!