QUEZON CITY- With the rise of third wave coffee shops in the metro, a quaint cafe in Quezon City seeks to popularize specialty Filipino coffee.
Brown Paper Project Cafe is a local cafe that aims to promote appreciation for local beans like those sourced from Benguet.
The cafe, which was established by a group of friends who frequents coffee shops, shows customers the "seed-to-cup" journey of coffee.
"We want to help support the industry. Actually that's one of the visions of the shop, to help educate other consumers. We want them to appreciate specialty coffee," co-owner Keith Shy said.
The cafe also prepares coffee in different ways depending on customer preference as you can have it espresso-style or manually brewed.
For those looking for a light meal to pair with their coffee, the cafe offers sweets and savory dishes such as chocolate waffles, Tori Chicken Sandwich, and Chocolate Ganache Cake.
Brown Paper Project Cafe is located at 75B Rosa Alvero St., Xavierville, Loyola Heights, Quezon City.