Have you ever dreamt of sipping a cup of coffee in the middle of nowhere? Well, you can now turn that dream into a reality with these amazing coffee stalls with some offering artisan coffee made from scratch.
Sometimes, long drives can make you fall asleep in the middle of a trip. But of course, there are several ways to keep yourself up. One of them is sipping a cup of coffee to help keep you feel invigorated.Â
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While gas stops along NLEX or SLEX can fuel you up and provide you with some much-needed energy until you reach your destination, it isn’t always the case for people who treat coffee like water aka a cup of coffee isn’t enough.
When you get past Mega Manila, it’s safe to say the struggle is real for getting your coffee fix done. Sure, you’ll come across stores offering coffee in sachets along the way, but nothing beats the one brewed before you, right?
Coffee-loving adventurers on the hunt for some artisan concoctions in the middle of nowhere should check out these pop-up coffee shops near Metro Manila featured on a Facebook page called Kaperista.
Mind you, these coffee shops not only give happiness to bike riders and private vehicle owners craving coffee, but also keep them fascinated for offering out-of-the-box concepts.
See some of them below:
Kafe Barako in Talisay, Batangas
Coffee Bros in Candaba, Pampanga
Nest Cafe in Cabuyao, Laguna
Pour Over in San Mateo, Rizal
Kape Sina Una in Tagaytay City, Cavite
Just the thought of putting up a coffee shop makes you think you’re gonna break the bank anytime soon. But some individuals proved otherwise as they managed to pull off putting up these coffee stalls even on a limited budget – not to mention in the middle of a pandemic.
Now, it’s time to make a visit to these kewl coffee shops!
P.S. A friendly reminder, drink coffee if you must. But remember, if you think coffee isn’t enough to keep you awake, it’s best to take some rest and park your car somewhere. After all, road safety comes first.