Bo’s Coffee: The Coffee for Every Juan!

Celebrate Pinoy pride and your love for coffee with this stellar and one of a kind cafe.

Love Coffee and Love Local only at Bo's Coffee

Coffee has become more than just a breakfast beverage. In fact, coffee has become more than just a drink for most of us—it has become a source of joy, strength, and your everyday companion when the going gets tough.

Photo by Raphael Mones

Coffee shops are dime a dozen, especially in the metro where cafes from the United States, Canada, London, and other parts of the world have set up shop. Filipinos don’t fall far behind, and leading the pack of established coffee shop brands in the Philippines is Bo’s Coffee.

Photo by Raphael Mones

Established in 1996, Bo’s Coffee started brewing at a small space in Ayala Center Cebu. Even then, each cup of Bo’s Coffee was made from Philippine coffee and expertly crafted by Filipino baristas. These two were the foundation on which the company was built and had been their guiding principle as they continue to expand up to the present day. Bo’s Coffee now has an established presence across the Philippines, thereby making a homegrown cup of coffee accessible to every Filipinos from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Bo's Coffee uses homegrown beans from Benguet, Sagada, Mt. Kitanglad, Mt. Apo, and Mt. Matutum.
Photo by Raphael Mones

Bo’s Coffee allows you to enjoy a warm cup and express your patriotism at the same time, which is perfect since the entire nation is set to celebrate its 119th year of independence. In addition, Bo’s Coffee also launches its beverage of the month, the Lemongrass Mango Poppers!

Bo's Coffee's Beverage of the Month—the Lemongrass Mango Poppers. Photo from Bo's Coffee

This refreshing drink has a distinct yet subtle lemongrass taste that is just right for the palate. The hint of mint after every sip isn’t overwhelming, too, which mint lovers—and even non-mint lovers—will surely find welcoming. The mango poppers also give the drink a unique twist! In true Bo’s Coffee fashion, this seasonal concoction was made in collaboration with local social enterprises, Bayani Brew and Tsaa Laya.

As the Independence Day Weekend also happens to be a long weekend, we’re pretty sure everyone’s out to travel more. Make sure to include a stopover at your nearest Bo’s Coffee branch to treat the gang or the fambam to the freshest cup of homegrown brew!