LIST: Where To Buy Coffee By The Liter
You can save on your coffee delivery expenses!
ILLUSTRATOR Bea Faicol
If you've always been more accustomed to buying coffee from a café before the pandemic started, you might have resorted to having coffee delivered to your doorstep instead. While there are tons of affordable coffee options you can order every other day or so, the delivery fee adds up to a huge chunk of money. You will end up with delivery fees that might be equivalent to one cup of coffee!
Thankfully, food is not the only thing you can order in bulk or larger quantities. For your daily coffee needs, you can order coffee in larger sizes and just pour yourself a cup then store the rest in the refrigerator.
Here are coffee shops that offer coffee by the liter or gallon:
But First, Coffee
But First, Coffee offers 1-liter concentrates of all their coffee. For the drip-based coffee, they have the Plain Black (P180), Vietnamese (P200), Classic (P220), Caramel (P230), Vanilla (P230), and Hazelnut (P230).
As for their 1-liter espresso-based coffee, you can opt for Americano (P420), Cafe Latte (P450), Spanish Latte (P450), Caramel Latte (P450), Salted Caramel Latte (P450), Butterscotch Latte (P450), Cafe Mocha (P450), and White Chocolate Mocha (P450).
How to order: You can message the closest But First, Coffee branch in your area or you can order via GrabFood.
Dunkin' is known for its cheap, delicious coffee. If you have a soft spot for their coffee, you can get the D'Coffee Box that serves up to four (4) cups of coffee. This is available as Brewed Coffee (P270), Iced Coffee (P270), Hot Chocolate (P270), and Choco Java (P270).
How to order: Dunkin's D'Coffee Box is available in select Dunkin' stores and select Dunkin' GrabFood stores.
Industry Coffee Roasters
If refrigerator space is the least of your concerns-especially when talking about coffee, the Industry Coffee Roaster sells 1 Gallon Cold Brew Coffee (P995) that uses freshly-brewed high-grade Vietnamese coffee beans stored in a huge plastic container.
This 1 gallon coffee equals to 4 liters or 20 pieces of 200-ml bottles. This can probably last you two or three weeks depending on your daily coffee consumption.
How to order: the Industry Coffee Roaster's 1 Gallon Cold Brew Coffee is available on Shopee.
Karaf has what they call "Coffee On Tap '' which is basically brewed coffee in a dispenser.
There's the Clean Black (P499/liter, available iced or hot) for Americano fans; the Black Coco (P649/liter) that uses coconut water, vanilla, and espresso; the Dark Mocha (P649/liter) which uses espresso, dark chocolate, and oat-based milk; and the dairy-free Dirty White (P649/liter) that combines espresso and Karaf's very own crafted non-dairy milk.
How to order: Karaf's Coffee on Tap boxes are available via the Karaf website.
Starbucks has a Coffee Traveler Kit (P890) that serves up to 12 cups of brewed coffee. It comes with milk, sugar, stirrers, cups, and sleeves.
How to order: The Coffee Traveler Kit is available for take-out at all Starbucks stores.
Can't seem to perfect the cold brew method at home? Stout Coffee has different cold brew coffee concentrates like Atok Concentrate (P700/liter and P1,650/2.8 liters), Dupag Concentrate (P500/liter and P1,150/2.8 liters), Kalinga Concentrate (P500/liter and P1,150/2.8 liters), Mt. Apo Cold Brew Concentrate (P700/liter and P1,650/2.8 liters), Sagada Blend Cold Brew Concentrate (P500/liter and P1,150/2.8 liters), and Sierra Madre Cold Brew Concentrate (P900/liter and P2,150/2.8 liters).
How to order: You can buy Stout Coffee's cold brew via the Stout Coffee website.
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