November 22, 2017

% Arabica Coffee from Japan Will Open Soon in the Philippines

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  • Have you ever wondered how your life has been spent pondering which type of coffee you are going to purchase? Are you going to stick with your favorite or will you try something new? Make way as Kyoto’s very own % Arabica Coffee will soon arrive in the country this 2018!

    IMAGE Instagram: @arabica.ph

    IMAGE Instagram: @arabica.ph

    % Arabica Coffee is a coffee shop that originated in Kyoto, Japan. It is the brainchild of Kenneth Shoji along with the renowned World Latte Art Champion Junichi Yamaguchi and Japanese architect Masaki Kato. This coffee shop uses 100% Arabica Coffee in all its coffee-based drinks, leaving its guests wanting more.

    IMAGE Instagram: @arabica.ph

    IMAGE Instagram: @arabica.ph

    In their Instagram account, however, % Arabica Coffee confirmed that they will be having their very first branch in the Philippines by 2018 at the W City Center in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

    What makes this coffee shop stand out is that the beans they use are authentic Arabica Coffee beans from Japan. They also live by the promise of their roots of being able to offer freshly roasted beans in store, everyday.


    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
    Source: Spot.ph, Instagram:@arabica.ph
    Image Source:  Instagram: @arabica.ph; Video from Kai K in YouTube

               
               
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