Tagaytay City, the second summer capital of the Philippines is known for its cold weather perfect for a cup of brewed coffee while sitting down and mesmerizing the view of Taal Lake, which is the very same reason why many coffee shop owners decide to do business venture in the city.
Knowing Filipinos, we love coffee. We are born coffee drinkers and we really make sure to get a daily dose of caffeine to help make through the day.
Now, let me ask you, is your daily dose of coffee not enough for you? Are you looking for something extra that offers a great varied coffee experience? Well, let me introduce to you the newest coffee shop that you should try in Tagaytay, whether you are a coffee lover, coffee geek or just someone looking for another experience to try.
The Dirty Coffee, located at Magallanes Square, Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City, is a brand-new coffee destination that offers a distinct coffee varieties to its guests. Their “Civet poop in a cup” tagline might give you the reason why they differ from other commercialized coffee businesses in the area.
TDC offers organic and natural Civet Coffee from a wild cat known as “musang” which is good for diabetic people. This rare civet coffee blend came from the high mountains of Cordillera and is directly supplied at TDC. Civet Coffee or Kopi Luwak might be the world’s most expensive coffee but it will definitely satisfy your “coffee cravings.”
But if you are looking for a more budget-friendly and still a unique offering from The Dirty Coffee their all-day breakfast menu, Signature Latte, Chef’s choice burger and pizza is the best choice for you!
You will also love their Blue Pea Latte which gives a significantly blue color from a freshly squeezed Blue Pea flower, TDC Matcha Green Tea and Classic Baileys Coffee which are their best selling drinks.
Visit The Dirty Coffee now and Smell the breeze of Tagaytay while sipping a good and warm coffee with your friends.
To know more about them you may follow their Facebook page here.