Costa Coffee is opening up north
It's their third branch in Quezon City.
(SPOT.ph) Britain's leading coffee chain is launching their sixth outlet in the Philippines. Costa Coffee is opening at SM North EDSA The Block tomorrow, June 16. It is the third shop in Quezon City, after two branches in Libis.
Costa Coffee was founded in 1971 as a wholesale coffee company. Now, it is currently the second largest coffee shop brand in the world.
Costa Coffee has a flair for Flat White, which has become their bestseller. The coffee bar preps their espresso shots only upon order, which might slow down service by just a hair, but the few extra seconds seriously amp up the coffee flavor in every cup. When Costa Coffee first opened in Manila in 2015, it also marked the introduction of the Frostino, the brand's own ice-blended crafted especially for the Philippines.
The first 20 customers tomorrow will be receiving Costa Coffee goodies.
Costa Coffee also has branches at Eastwood, Quezon City; Robinsons Place Manila; 32nd Street, Bonifacio Global City; Bridgetowne Business Center, Libis, Quezon City; and Robinsons Place Antipolo. Read more about Costa Coffee.