The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf ®️ Opens in Bacolod City

Darrell Java (@skurjhoey)

Bacolod City, Philippines 🇵🇭

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ opened its first store in Bacolod, The City of Smiles at The Corte area of Ayala Malls Capitol Central last July 27, 2019.

Their first store in Bacolod has bright and cozy interiors where you could relax and have a good time over your favorite coffee or tea and delicious food pairings.

Spacious and clean seats ideally suited for your taste

Not your usual take on coffee table but it’s giving you a good feeling

About The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️

Born and brewed in Southern California since 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ is one of the oldest and largest privately held specialty coffee and tea retailers in the world. Since opening their first cafe in Brentwood, California, they have always been passionate about connecting their loyal customers with carefully handcrafted products. Though they travel far and wide to discover the flavors you love, they always bring it home. Delivering the look, taste, and aroma of the world’s best coffees and teas is what they do best, and every sip should take you to the corners of the earth where each flavor was cultivated. They aim higher than the standard, selecting only the top 1% (percent) of specialty grade Arabica beans and the top 2 (two) leaves and a bud of the finest hand-plucked, whole leaf teas. The company prides itself of its direct relationships with growers and individual farms and estates to be assured of the best coffee and tea harvests available.

A brand centered around passion, their story began when Herb Hyman, once called “The Grandfather of Specialty Coffee in the United States” brought the concept home and helped turn it into the phenomenon it is today – taking coffee from a basic commodity to a full-on cultural occasion. Since then, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ has had a history of breakthroughs in beverages such as the Original Ice Blended back in 1987, even before frozen coffee was a craze. It is simply in their nature to constantly push for the freshest and the most innovative products all over the world!

It was in the late 1990s that the brand expanded outside Southern California. Today, they are present in over 30 countries all over the world, honoring relationships with their farmers, people, communities, and their guests.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ in The Philippines

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ at Ayala Malls Capitol Central in the heart of Bacolod City

To date, since opening its first store in Greenbelt Mall in Makati City in 2003, it has 149 stores and growing, a number they are grateful to have the privilege to grow through the support of the Filipino community through the years.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ invites the local community in The City of Smiles to celebrate their first store in Bacolod and share stories of heritage and innovation.

Tea 🍵 Pairings

Discover your new refreshing favorite and delight in perfect tea pairs

Whatever suits your mood of the day

Pouring a cup of an ice cold tea

Spicy Tuna Pandesal

Heaping a slice of carrot cake

The Perfect 👌 Pairs

Apricot 🍑 Ceylon Carrot 🥕 Cake 🍰

Pomegranate 🍊 Blueberry Chocolate 🍫 Chip Muffin 🧁

Genmaicha 🍃➕ Spicy 🌶 Tuna 🐟 Pandesal

African Sunrise 🌅 Banana 🍌 Chocolate 🍫 Muffin 🧁

More food options to choose from

And more drink options as well

Plus a lot of collectibles and stuff

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ looks forward to see you at their store at Ayala Malls Capitol Central

To stay updated on the latest, visit The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®️ (Philippines) pages




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