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Kape Maria Classic Coffee
Kape Maria Classic Coffee

Kape Maria’s three variants are made from a selection of premium coffee beans sourced from Cavite, Benguet, Ifugao Province and Mindanao, then hand-roasted to bring out their deepest flavors. 

Amuyao is a strong blend of Excelsa coffee from Cavite and Robusta beans from Ifugao Province. Its rich, nutty, and distinctly macho flavor brews the perfect cup to start your day right. (Strength: 9/10)

Maynila is Kape Maria's house blend of premium Robusta and Arabica beans sourced from farms all over Luzon. This signature blend boasts a fearless and charming flavor to give you that ideal afternoon boost. (Strength: 7/10)

Pulag is a blend that features Arabica beans from Benguet, Robusta beans from Ifugao Province, and Excelsa beans from Cavite. Its medium, balanced, and fragrant blend makes it the ideal after-dinner coffee. (Strength: 6/10)

Coffee is best enjoyed when it’s freshly roasted. To keep coffee’s rich aroma and taste, it has to be stored in packaging that does not expose it to air. Kape Maria adapted the hot seal and foil packaging technology so that you can enjoy fresh, vividly flavorful coffee every time you brew a cup.

Kape Maria is a social enterprise founded by Julia Sevilla that believes in cultivating our local coffee industry through fair trade practices. With every cup you drink, you're not only supporting our local coffee farmers and roasters so that they receive fair wages – you’re uplifting our entire coffee industry! So drink up!

This social enterprise product isn’t available yet for delivery outside the Philippines. But we’re hoping to share the goodness to even more people soon!

   Masarap! My father loved it! Pulag Arabika blend... to think that he is a bit hard to please in terms of coffee, amazingly he loved it... =) Keep it up!  
- Marijun
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To maintain freshness, store unused coffee in an airtight container. Once the bag is opened, consume the coffee within 21 days for freshness. When using French press for brewing, let the coffee grounds steep for 4 minutes to get the fullest flavor.

Amuyao Blend: Excelsa and Robusta coffee beans

Maynila Blend: Robusta and Arabica coffee beans

Pulag Blend: Arabica, Excelsa and Robusta coffee beans

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  • I drink this everyday! Amazing coffee! ...
    Joseph Anthony (09/21/2016)

  • masarap! my father loved it! pulag arabika blend....to think that he is a bit hard to please in terms of coffee, amazingly he loved it... =)keep it up!...
    marijun (06/13/2013)

  • I tried the Sierra Madre Blend and was expecting something strong... I use a coffee press and I need to double the amount of coffee I use per brew just to taste the coffee. So disappointing :( [EDITOR'S NOTE: Hi Kristine, thanks for your feedback! We're committed to helping our partner social enterprises improve their products as well, so we'll...
    Kris (10/30/2012)

  • I tried the Pulag Arabika Blend from Kape Maria upon seeing it on the shelves of my neighborhood Human Nature store. I was pleasantly surprised with its quality! I love its bold, deep taste and indulgent aroma. It's best paired with chocolate cakes and pastries. :) I also appreciate their 'fair trade' approach to strengthen farming communities without compromising their...
    Honey (10/29/2012)

  • I hate coffee... at least I used to. With my tiring schedule (all-nighters!), I need to be awake and alert all the time, searching an "upper" was became more difficult because I thought I'm coffee-intolerant but kape maria did a 180 turn on me. It suits my taste cause I've variance and strength rate. It also keeps me up every...
    Myta Vergara (10/26/2012)
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  • Joseph Anthony (09/21/2016)

    I drink this everyday! Amazing coffee!
  • marijun (06/13/2013)

    masarap! my father loved it! pulag arabika blend....to think that he is a bit hard to please in terms of coffee, amazingly he loved it... =)keep it up!
  • Kris (10/30/2012)

    I tried the Sierra Madre Blend and was expecting something strong... I use a coffee press and I need to double the amount of coffee I use per brew just to taste the coffee. So disappointing :( [EDITOR'S NOTE: Hi Kristine, thanks for your feedback! We're committed to helping our partner social enterprises improve their products as well, so we'll definitely communicate your feedback to the Kape Maria team, who will get in touch shortly. We'll be happy to give you a refund or replacement for your purchase through our customer service team. Meanwhile, we hope you try out our other Kape Maria blends, or even our Cafe de Sug Sulu Coffee. :)]
  • Honey (10/29/2012)

    I tried the Pulag Arabika Blend from Kape Maria upon seeing it on the shelves of my neighborhood Human Nature store. I was pleasantly surprised with its quality! I love its bold, deep taste and indulgent aroma. It's best paired with chocolate cakes and pastries. :) I also appreciate their 'fair trade' approach to strengthen farming communities without compromising their coffee standards. My husband and I are huge fans of this variant. I encourage you to try it if you like rich flavored and balanced coffee! Hope they can come out with ready-to-drink products as well! Can't wait to taste the other flavors! :)
  • Myta Vergara (10/26/2012)

    I hate coffee... at least I used to. With my tiring schedule (all-nighters!), I need to be awake and alert all the time, searching an "upper" was became more difficult because I thought I'm coffee-intolerant but kape maria did a 180 turn on me. It suits my taste cause I've variance and strength rate. It also keeps me up every night at the same time, doing my "social awareness" part of contributing to our OWN community. Perfect and affordable mix to start and restart the day! Pinoy na Pinoy dahil atin ito! Btw, I'm planning on giving this away for Christmas too! I want to share my love! ☺
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