Coffee festival in Intramuros
If having several cups of the caffeinated beverage in a day isn’t enough, coffee enthusiasts in Metro Manila can soon participate in an event that lets them get to know coffee on a different level on 29th April to 1st May from 4PM to 10PM.
The Manila Coffee Festival 2022 in Intramuros will give attendees access to Mindanaoan single-origin coffee merchants, and workshops and talks about coffee. Eventgoers will even get to taste the award-winning coffee beans – Mirabueno from Bukidnon and North Star Upi Coffee from Maguindanao.
What to expect
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Besides the coffee-tasting activity, a one-day pass (P150, ~USD2.86) to the Manila Coffee Festival 2022 is inclusive of a Tranvia ride – a short-distance Spanish colonial railway system – from designated pickup points in Intramuros to Fort Santiago. It also covers the entrance fee to the historical attraction.
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Attendees will gain access to single-origin coffee merchants and unique coffee products such as coffee taho (sweet, silken tofu delicacy) from Likhaya.
Those who want to learn more about coffee can also get priority registration for coffee workshops and talks.
Coffee’s role in cultural identity
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The Manila Coffee Festival is held to celebrate the role of coffee in our cultural identity as Filipinos, it being a huge industry in the country. To the organizers, coffee tells a story – from how it is grown, harvested, and roasted, to all the people involved in creating a cup of coffee, to how we enjoy it.
The festival is also an avenue to introduce local coffee variants and get people to support local coffee shops, coffee businesses, and coffee growers.
Where to get tickets to Manila Coffee Festival 2022
You can buy your one-day passes to the Manila Coffee Festival 2022 in Fort Santiago in Intramuros, Kapetolyo by SGD Coffee in Kartilya ng Katipunan Park in Manila, and at the SGD Coffee Bodega in Teacher’s Village East, Quezon City.
You can also message the event page on Facebook to make a reservation. After paying via GCash or bank transfer, they will provide you with an e-stub which you will use to claim your ticket in Fort Santiago. For inquiries, you can also contact 09563314593.
Also check out:
- Blue Wonder in Pasay: coffee shop and roastery in the middle of Cartimar Market
- Cafe Kabuhayan in Quiapo is a coffee bean sari-sari store
- Prettiest Starbucks outlets in the Philippines
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