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Through the alleys of La Paz Public Market, you’ll find the mug-covered walls of Madge Cafe. Known for its native Arabica coffee, the coffee shop has catered Ilonggos insatiable craving for caffeine since 1951. Choose between strong, regular, or mild blends to pair with a plate of Puto (steamed rice cake) or Ibos (sticky rice cake).
Watch the baristas expertly mix your drinks—using the same recipe that locals have enjoyed since the joint opened—through a “culador” (Ilonggo term for a flannel sieve used to filter coffee beans) as you join the diverse mix of life savoring Madge Cafe’s sweet cup of joe.
I am a fan of classic and historic things. The Den is a coffee shop that can be found at the First United Building in Escolta which is a place full of historical events. I have not tried their product but I look forward to have a cup once I visit Manila again.
Para sa makulimlim na hapon: Ube Biko mula sa kapitbahay, at umuusok na Kahidlaw mula sa Kape ang Lunas. Madaliang lunas gamit ang drip bag at mainit na tubig.
Philippine Single origin coffee in convenient drip bags.
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