CLAIM TO FAME: A strong and bold dark roast coffee that has a woody and full-bodied flavor
FAST FACTS: Harvested and roasted with homegrown coffee beans from Kalinga; packaged in a kraft pouch with one-way valve to preserve the aroma and freshness
PERFECT FOR: Espresso lovers
WHAT YOU GET: (1) pouch of Jacinto
NET WEIGHT: 225g
EXPIRY: 1 year
INGREDIENTS: Robusta Coffee Beans
Following the 1:1 ration, each pouch can make 22 cups of coffee.
Last September 2014, one family unified in creating a business that clearly relates their love and passion for coffee. Hence, Café-te-ría. Their coffee comes from different regions in the Philippines, where flavor-rich coffee beans are cultivated under the right climate, altitude, and soil. Ultimately, Café-te-ría aims to create awareness and cultivate an outlook among Filipinos that will make them see the importance and potential of local products, specifically in the form of coffee beans.
My sister got this as a freebie before but she is not a fan of coffee (since she is acidic) that's why she gave this to me. And wow, this is the only brewed coffee that I can drink without sugar! I'm a coffee lover, and I can drink this black and appreciate the pure taste of it and its aroma. Thanks for introducing this to me Beauty MNL!about 2 months ago
When I was in my final year of college, I had a class wherein we were tasked to sell various products from our faculty-approved suppliers and Cafe-te-ria was one of those. I bought some to give as gifts for my family and they loved it. After I reached my quota and my class, I didn't know where to get this one! Good thing, I browsed through BeautyMNL's wellness catalogs and found that they're offering! I got Jacinto and I find the taste to be sweet, almost feels like I don't even need sugar! I love it since I have a sweet tooth. I also find it to be tasting sweeter when I brew it cold. I love how I can customize the contents of my coffee depending on my mood! Definitely repurchasing since I love coffee and I tend to drink it like juice (LOL).2 months ago
I buy ground coffee because I dislike the sugar in instant coffee. I drink my coffee without anything else but VCO. So I tried this Jacinto variant today. I like it. Its somewhat more aromatic than exelsa or robusta beans, although less aromatic than barako. It has a bit of a nutty taste that I experience when I use Arabica beans. Anyway, coffee is coffee and I use it to keep myself awake. I will buy this again primarily because the company helps coffee farmers. I wouldn't mind paying a bit more than grocery price if its natural coffee and they're helping Philippine coffee farmers. I will definitely replace my grocery ground coffee with this Cafeteria coffee.3 months ago