Pouring Happiness with Coffee Brewtherhood

Coffee Brewtherhood

A homegrown cafe is pouring happiness and camaraderie over cups of coffee goodness to create a Coffee Brewtherhood.

The shop’s bubbly FB page simply describes itself as, Just a humble coffee business with a humble passion to serve quality coffee beverages that fuel customers to “magpadayun” in spite of the challenges and struggles in achieving their hopes, dreams, and aspirations.
Magpadayun or magpadayon is a Hiligaynon term for continue.

This unassuming shop located at the SM Food Hall, Northpoint of SM City Iloilo, is literally a must go place for worthwhile conversations over cups of coffee.

Coffee Brewtherhood takes pride in brewing local coffee beans they source from Davao and in Iloilo at La Granja Cereza Roja Farm in Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo, their best-selling coffee which they also share to the Manila market. The shop focuses on serving beverages only, unlike other cafes which serves pastry with coffee.

SM City Iloilo supports homegrown brands, especially Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises(MSMEs), cultivate their businesses in a conducive business environment.

Having a store inside SM City Iloilo helps Coffee Brewtherhood improve their brand awareness and customer accessibility. From being an unknown brand to common Ilonggo coffee drinkers, the café established a steady following, banking on its own line of signature beverages, in the mall where the community come together to enjoy and go about about life’s exciting turns.

Inspired by the brotherhood of baristas which started in a small coffee counter of owner Andrew Canamo, who converted his office space to practice baristas their coffee-making skills, Coffee Brewtherhood was born. Andrew has high hopes for national expansion in the future.

To know more about Coffee Brewtherhood, visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/coffeebrewtherhood

About Nonoy Taclino

Nonoy Taclino is a pioneer blogger and social media manager in Iloilo, with 15 years of experience under his belt.

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