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Coffee for Everybody

Posted on October 21, 2012 | No Comments on Coffee for Everybody

The handcrafted drink and community feel of Tully’s Coffee is a must-have for all.

Hailing from the coffee captial of the world, comes a new coffee shop that is definely for any one of any age. A friendly joint that used to only be found in Seattle is now here in the Philippines. Meet Tully’s Coffee.

Tully’s is for everybody. The original Tully’s in Seattle is known as a community place where everyone in the community knows each other and rushes to seek sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the metro. Harried businessmen, college kids wishing for a study place for finals, soccermoms and their hyperactive tots—Tully’s welcomes them all.

And this is what Tully’s wants to brings to the Philippines as well. Aside from being a community place, Tully’s boasts that its coffee is handcrafted. General manager Daniel Francisco explains that from the growing to the roasting of coffee beans to even the preparation of the coffee itself, the company’s principle is to use personal touch to bring out a coffee drink’s true potential.

From their strong caffeine-packed drinks for the adults, fresh fruit shakes for the little kids, a wide array of hearty yet healthy lunch sets and salads such as their Grilled Tuna and Tossed Salad (PhP 200), Grilled Vegetables and Pasta Salad (PhP 145), and Herb Roast Chicken and Vegetables (PhP 185), and indulgingly delicious desserts for everyone like their Affogato (PhP 145) and Tully’s Signature Chocolate Cake (PhP 115), Tully’s probably houses one of the widest food and beverage selections among local coffee shops.

They take pride in their signature items which have captured the hearts of its patrons. A few of them are the Bellaccino, Tully’s signature blended drink, and my personal favorite, the Intense Dark Mocha made from premium Ghirardelli dark chocolate, steamed with a freshly-drawn shot of Tully’s espresso creating a perfect bittersweet harmony.

Apart from the tables and comfy chairs, they have a kids’ corner where the children can keep themselves busy by reading and playing with other kids, while their parents relax the afternoon away.

The shop also offers free Wi-Fi for those who wish to work, study, or simply enjoy surfing online casually while sipping a steaming cup of espresso.

Tully’s Coffee may have just set foot in the Philippines in November last year with only three branches at present, but feedback from the Filipino crowd has been smashing. In fact, Francisco even says that people are actually “demanding” for more branches in their respective areas.

Fast-rising, Tully’s Coffee lets you share a story with an old friend or new, or bring the entire family and friends along, too.

Tully’s Coffee has three branches: McKinley Park Residences in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City; Skywalk in Ali Mall, Quezon City; and The Exchange Regency in Ortigas, Pasig City. They are open on Mondays to Fridays for 24 hours and closed on Sundays.

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