Coffee Lovers, You Can Get El Union Coffee Beans Delivered

The La Union staple would be hard to beat.

With everything that's going on in the country and the rest of the world, now isn't really the time to go on beach trips. Thankfully, though, a lot of our favorite beachside restos are making their way to the metro! One of them is El Union Coffee, a popular coffee shop in La Union where people hang out for a cup of joe and dirty horchata. El Union is now offering nationwide shipping for their coffee beans—now you won't need to leave your house to get a taste of LU!

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They are offering their three variants: Sablan Naturals (P399/250g, P1,400/1kg), a delicious mix of butterscotch and dark chocolate; Let's Go Sliding (P450/250g, P1,750/1kg), which has notes of chocolate, nuts, and dried fruit; and Atok Washed (P420/250g, P1,600/1kg), which has a unique combination of dark chocolate, molasses, orange, and lime rind. You can choose from different grinds, too: whole bean, coarse (for cold brew), medium (for your drip coffee machine), and fine (for espressos). 

For more info for each variant, just visit their website. You may also place your orders there and checkout! 

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