Discover the Philippines in every cup.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Homegrown blends

 

Did you know that coffee trees act as a flavor sponge, absorbing scents and flavors of plants within a nearby distance? This is why coffee from different provinces in the Philippines have their own unique flavor. Kape Maria lets you taste the richness of Philippine coffee by sourcing beans from different regions all over the country.

 
Unseen in this unprepossessing kraft recycled paper packaging is an inner aluminum lining, with one-way degassing valve and sealable zip, which keeps the coffee fresh.
— Entrepreneur Magazine
Those who like to enjoy a cup in the morning will be delighted with the different varieties it offers.
— The Philippine Star

But first, coffee.

Kape Maria supports the livelihood of Philippine Coffee farmers.

It is in partnership with Philippine Coffee Alliance, a cooperative of more than 50 coffee farming

communities all over the country.

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Pulag

Pulag is a blend that features Arabica beans from Benguet, Robusta from Ifugao Province, and Excelsa from Cavite. This medium, balanced, and fragrant blend is a crowd favorite. 

Strength 6/10

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Amuyao

Amuyao is a strong blend of Excelsa coffee from Cavite and Robusta beans from Ifugao Province. Its rich, nutty and distincly macho flavor brews the perfect cup to start your day right.

Strength 9/10

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Maynila

Maynila is Kape Maria's house blend of premium Robusta and Arabica beans sourced from farms in Luzon. This signature blend boasts of fearless, charming, and dark chocolate flavor to give you that ideal afternoon boost.

Strength 7/10