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Friday, August 1, 2014

Starbucks Reserve



After a lovely dinner with friends, we decided to head out to Starbucks Reserve in Forbes Town Center at The Fort. 




The interiors look more modern than the Starbucks branches I usually visit. As I've read in other blogs, Starbucks Reserve pastries are also different, however, I was too full to try anything. 




The highlight of the shop is the pourover area, where you can chat with the barista as she prepares your coffee. I had a fun conversation with her and other customers who are waiting for their coffee as well. 





I ordered the Finca Nueva Mexico (hot) while my friends ordered Brazil Bourbon Rio Verde (hot) and Ethiopia Yigarcheffe (iced).

Ironically, I asked the barista to get me a mild coffee hence the Finca Nueva Mexico. However, it made me alert for a few more hours. The flavor was a bit bold and the blend was so smooth. 

Starbucks Reserve pourover coffee are priced from Php 130 to Php 170, except for the 100% Kona Parry Estate which ranges from Php 210 to Php 250. 

Compared to other third wave coffee shops I have visited, Starbucks Reserve is almost the same price. However, their coffee variants aren't any different from the third wave coffee shops. Still, I would visit Starbucks Reserve again should I happen to be in the area. 

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Starbucks Reserve
Ground Floor,
Burgos Circle,
8 Forbestown,
Forbestown Center, 
Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City

Other location is at Tomas Morato.

10 comments:

  1. This is the first time I've read and came upon Starbucks Reserve..is it like a classier Starbucks? :)

    See you on the 9th Michy! :)

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    1. Somehow, but it focused on pourover single origin coffee. :) See you Zai! :)

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  2. I hope you get a chance to try Starbucks Reserve pastries sometime! I would love to read your review of them. :)

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    1. I will when I visit a Starbucks Reserve branch again. :)

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  3. A Starbucks reserve? It's the first time I've heard of it. I should go there and try.

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  4. May pop up po sa blog niyo naka ilang load po ako para lang mabasa

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    1. Sorry about that, Mark Joshua. Just click on the close button.

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