February 27, 2024

Coffee Tonya in Makati: Roasting Your Favorite Coffee Beans Since 2016

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  • Hailing from Yokohama, Japan, Coffee Tonya is the first in the country to offer everything related to coffee—from its innovative coffee equipment to a wide range of freshly-roasted, local, and international beans.

    Coffee Tonya has been well-loved since it opened in 2016 as it’s not your ordinary coffee shop. At first, you might think that it’s a name of a woman, but tonya is actually the Japanese word for “wholesale”.

    IMAGE from Coffee Tonya’s Facebook page

    Its concept is based on the idea of selling wholesale coffee beans. Through this, it has managed to capture the eyes and hearts of every coffee lover in the metro because of its exceptional services.

    IMAGE from Coffee Tonya’s Facebook page

    Wholesale Coffee and More

    Unique to Coffee Tonya is its selection of about 50 different coffee beans sourced from around the world, including countries such as Colombia, Brazil, Indonesia, India, Haiti, and Mexico, to name a few. Philippine coffee beans are also available, including Barako, Benguet, and Bukidnon coffee.

    These whole unroasted coffee beans are classified in terms of variety, country, level of acidity, bitterness, sweetness, body, and aroma.

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    What’s more, Coffee Tonya has its own roasting and grinding machine manufactured in Japan. Aside from wholesale coffee, you can customize your beans on the spot according to your preference in roast and grind. 

    Coffee Tonya’s very own coffee roasting machine / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    The roasting process has eight different degrees that take about 20 to more than 130 seconds of roasting time, depending on your need and use of coffee. 

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    The most popular degree of roast is the medium and high roast, which are both perfect for pour-over brewed coffee because of the low acidity components and good aroma. Other recommendations include the city and full city degree for pressed coffee, while French and Italian degrees are for espresso and iced coffee. After roasting, the beans are required to cool for some time before grinding.

    Freshly roasted coffee / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Coffee beans differ in their grinding degrees as each distinct grind determines the flavor of the coffee. There are 17 degrees you can choose from for each brewing method you want. 

    IMAGE from Coffee Tonya’s Facebook page

    If you want to try making your own coffee at home, you may also browse through Coffee Tonya’s coffee equipment, containers, machines, cups, accessories, and more that they sell in-store.

    The Art of Coffee Blend

    A coffee shop will not be complete without its special blends of coffee. If you have more time to spare, you can stay for a little while and have a taste of Coffee Tonya’s freshly brewed coffee beverages! 

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    You may always pair these with Coffee Tonya’s selection of hearty snacks and meals from pizza, pasta, salads, and more, perfect for sharing with your friends after a day at work.

    IMAGE from Coffee Tonya’s Facebook page

    So, if you want to truly savor the essence of what good coffee really is, head on to Coffee Tonya in Poblacion and try out their specialty coffee!


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    Facebook: Coffee Tonya
    Instagram: @coffeetonyaph

    General Information

  • 4970 P. Guanzon, Poblacion, Makati City
  • 02-8899-5410
  • 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Tuesday to Thursday); 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Friday and Saturday)
  • Mondays
  • www.coffeetonyaph.com
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