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Where to Get Your Daily Iced Coffee Fix Online

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Gising, Pilipinas! 

 

 

Working from home while in quarantine means giving up the habitual Starbucks run. I sure miss getting a whiff of the strong aroma of coffee beans brewing while I get work done and, occasionally, observe people from a distance. There’s nothing quite like staying inside your favorite coffee shop in the city and spending your hard-earned money on, let’s face it, overpriced coffee.

 

If you’ve already mastered the art of making Dalgona Coffee and need something different to revive your daily routine, here are locally made coffee options in ready-to-drink bottles available online. You best believe you save more money by rationing coffee you need on any given day—and produce no unnecessary waste. The best part is, you get to support small businesses and local farmers because God knows, we all need to help each other right now.

 

RELATED: Drinks to Make At Home That Aren’t Dalgona Coffee 

 

Caffeinated Iya

Photojournalist and coffee connoisseur Iya Forbes took a leap of faith when she decided to open her coffee business mid-quarantine; she believes good coffee needs to be shared! Try her Japanese Style Iced Coffee (P300/500ml)—pleasantly light and flavorful coffee manually brewed with a rotation of premium quality Philippine coffee—or her espresso-based Spanish Latte (P150/250ml), a godsend for long days. If you’re feeling adventurous, why not sample her Secret Stash (P180/250ml), which is an easy way to try out different kinds of coffee from all over, brewed from her personal stash.

 

P.S. You may even personalize your labels! Anti-b*tch serum, anyone?

 

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Mean Bean

For your daily dose of no-fuss cold brew goodness, Mean Bean carries four options: the Dark Roast, Smooth Roast, Light Roast and their newest flavor, the White Chocolate Mocha Brew. Why not get all flavors only for P450? Their concoctions are available in both 250ml and 500ml bottles; coffee drips are for sale, too!

 

 

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Addition Coffee

Freshly made using 100% Arabica beans, Addition Coffee’s array of sweet and bold crowd-pleasers is money well-spent with each tall drink (500ml) good for two to three generous servings. If you feel quite spunky, try their Dirty Horchata (P130) spirited with a shot of espresso. Plus some hearty merienda for the householdfreshly made asado buns or Japanese cheesecake—while you’re at it!

 

 

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Bold Brew PH

Here’s more cold brew for the bold you! Made with specialty Brazilian Arabica beans, Bold Brew PH offers five unique flavours: London (black), Manila (milky), Verona (caramel), Kyoto (vanilla) and Savannah (hazelnut). A personal favorite and their bestseller is Verona, a sweet and toasty caramel cold brew.

 

 

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Kanayon Coffee

Hana, dul, sip! Get your caffeine fix from locally sourced blends up north by Kanayon Coffee; in Ilocano, kanayon means always. With bottled brews (350ml) and brew bags (5 pieces/per pouch), choose from Sagada, Arabica, Robusta or Benguet blends. Need a coffee sweetener? They also offer the addictive balicucha, spiral-shaped muscovado sugar.

 

 

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Have any more iced coffee recommendations you’d like us to try? Let us know below!

 

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Header Photos Iya Forbes

Art Matthew Ian Fetalver

About The Author

Visual Storyteller. Explored the entertainment industry in my early 20s, eventually found my voice by telling people’s stories. Finding joy in writing about empathy, beauty and literature. Always a photographer.

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