Costa Coffee drink can now be enjoyed at its new counter-type branch at Robinsons Galleria inside Robinsons Supermarket.
The UK-based coffee shop brings its handcrafted beverages, along with an array of delectable sandwiches, pasta, salad, cakes and pastries to mall goers and supermarket customers.
The coffee-drinking set would be pleased to know of specials perfect anytime. The Hot Salted Caramel Cappuccino (primo P135, medio P145, massimo P155) has that irresistible combination of sweet and salty. This is also available in ice-blended Frostino (primo P165, medio P175, massimo P195).
Another Costa Coffee exclusive is Black Forest Chocolate Frostino (primo P165, medio P175, massimo P195) made with just vanilla powder, chocolate sauce, cherry puree, chocolate curls and milk, then finished off with whipped cream. Have it cold or opt for a comforting cup of Black Forest Hot Chocolate (primo P140, medio P150, massimo P160)
There’s also Chocolate Cookie Frostino (available in latte) and Malted Honeycomb Hot Chocolate.
You may also enjoy a cup or two of Costa Coffee’s signature drink, Flat White made with a shot of coffee called Cortissimo smothered in a thin layer of milk bubbles expertly poured by baristas to form a florette.
Costa Coffee is London’s favorite coffee shop having been part of the British coffee drinking culture since 1971 when it was founded by brothers Bruno and Sergio Costa inspired by their love for premium coffee.
Visit other Costa Coffee branches at Robinsons Place Manila, Robinsons Place Antipolo, Venice Grand Canal inside Robinsons Selections, Tera Tower Bridgetowne in Q.C., One World Place Bldg. in Bonifacio Global City, Citywalk 1, Eastwood City and The Block, SM North Edsa.
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