Aside from food, Filipinos have always been fond of coffee. Whether you’re a regular drinker or just wanting to relax. For some people, coffee has been part of their everyday life. Cafes here in our country have been swiftly growing in the past few years and still haven’t shown any signs of slowing down.
We were fortunate enough to have been invited and witness Malongo and One World and Seven Seas Culinary Inc. contract signing last December 14. The two decided to collaborate and open Malongo Atelier Barista’s first branch in Asia. How touching that its first branch in Asia would be here in our home country, the Philippines?
“Malongo Arelier Barista is the leading French company for top of the range coffee. Our reputation is built on offering our customers products of the highest quality combined with a fast efficient service. The dedication to quality guides the general company policy each and every day. It requires great attention to detail at each stage of the coffee manufacturing process, from the coffee plantations right to the customer’s cup of coffee.”
Malongo offers variety of coffee and Bio Tea which we were free for everyone to try during the contract signing.
“Malongo offers coffees from small-scale farming, cultivated in the sahde of high altitude plantations. Each ben is picked by hand, in order that only perfectly mature beans are harvested. All Malongo coffees undergo the best roasting method there is: “the traditional way in 20 minutes”. Lavished with the attention of a master roaster, it allows the greatest Arabicas to reveal all the finesse of their aromas.
Here’s Mr. Jean-Pierre Blanc (General Director of Malongo) and Mr. Cheng “Tony” Cao (CEO of One World and Seven Seas Culinary Inc.) at the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement.
Can’t wait for Malongo’s first branch to open next year at Greenbelt Hamilton Tower, actual date soon to be announced. Who’s excited for it too?