You Can Now Brew Your Own 7-Eleven City Blends Coffee at Home
Stock up and get your coffee fix whenever you want.
(SPOT.ph) If you’ve ever been forced to endure a dreary workday on less than eight hours of sleep (which, let’s face it, is probably the case for most of us on most days), then you’re probably familiar with the powers of 7-Eleven’s City Blends coffee. Not only is it ultra-affordable—going for as low as P25 for a small cup—it also reliably delivers the right amount of caffeine to keep you going through the sleepiest of mornings and dullest of afternoons. If you’re stuck in the house on most days and still want to get your fix, you’ll be glad to know that 7-Eleven now offers City Blends Whole Coffee Beans (P255/500 grams) and Coffee Grounds (P185/250 grams) so you can brew your own cup at home, anytime you want.
The City Blends coffee beans and grounds consist of 100% Arabica beans and are available at selected stores in Luzon. Aside from drinking the prepared coffee straight up, you can also use it for other coffee experiments: freeze them into cubes and serve with milk, or stir in unflavored jelly mix, cut into cubes, and toss with sweetened cream to make coffee jelly.
7-Eleven is a convenience store chain that’s said to be the largest chain store in any category, opening around six stores somewhere in the world every day. They go back all the way to 1927, originally called The Southland Corporation of Dallas, Texas, and opened their first Philippine store in Quezon City in 1984.
7-Eleven has branches at 465 Quezon Boulevard, Quiapo, Manila City and BSA Tower, Legazpi Street, Legazpi Village, Makati City. See a list of 7-Eleven branches. For more information, check out 7-Eleven Philippines’ Facebook page.
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