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The Coffee Estate In Amadeo, Cavite

The Coffee Estate
We all had to turn to coffee at one point in our lives. It may be because of stress, or you were trying to keep yourself awake for the duration of the day. It can also be as simple as a mean to catch up with your friends. With the sudden emergence of coffee shops, there is always a place or two you can go to if you are in dire need of a caffeine break. You would always have your favorite mix. It can be an iced blended Americano, a classic Espresso or a sweet cup of Frappuccino. Whatever your favorite blend is, you know that once you are done with your cup, you are ready for another day (or night) of hurdles at work. A cup of coffee is also a good pairing for breakfast, with pandesal or a heaping plate of sinangag with tuyo and egg, you know your day can never go wrong.
But what would it be like if you know how to blend your own coffee? No, we are not talking about the 3-in-1 instant coffee that you can purchase from your local sari-sari store or grocery. We are talking about blending your coffee the way the baristas do it in your favorite coffee shop. You do not have to be employed to learn how to do your own brewed coffee. You simply need to visit The Coffee Estate in Amadeo, Cavite.
Situated in the Coffee Capital of the Philippines, The Coffee Estate is not only a haven for coffee lovers, it is also a place for families or barkadas who plans to embark on a weekend getaway. It used to be a privately owned townhouse but the owners decided to turn it to a vacation place for people who would like to be away from the pollution of Manila, minus the hassle of enduring the long travel hours.
The Coffee Estate

The Coffee Estate

The Coffee Estate
Credit to Sir Jomar Lansang
It boasts a scenic view, being located near Tagaytay you can never go wrong with this place. The serene ambience plus the amenities will surely remove your stress away. Make sure your phone or your camera memory has sufficient space because the whole place is simply Instagrammable. From the first floor up to the third floor, your eyes will surely feast on the views offered by The Coffee Estate.
We had a chance to spend the whole weekend at this place. From sunrise to sunset, there is always a thing that you can do. The lighted pool and the jacuzzi’s temperature can be controlled according to your liking. You can enjoy the pool while talking to your friends over a bottle of beer or wine.
The rooms came with 2 queen sized beds you can share with your friends. If in case you would be a big group, you can always ask for an extra mattress so you can all fit in one room. These rooms are airconditioned with a comfortable space for you and your friends. Take note that only the third floor room is for rent as the 1st and the 2nd floor rooms are for private use. If you still are unable to fit in one room or you simply would like to experience the Amadeo horizon at night, you can also opt for camping within the vicinity of the place. Just bring your tent and your own camping gear.

The Coffee Estate

The Coffee Estate

The Coffee Estate
We were also offered to try the wellness spa.  The coffee body scrub is the best way to end the night at this estate. You can choose from Full Body Coffee Scrub or Full Body Massage. We went for the Full Body Coffee Scrub because not all spas offer this kind of service.
The coffee estate
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The other unique thing The Coffee Estate has to offer is the coffee seminar at Olivia’s Cafe. It is a five-minute walk from the property where you will be taught how the process in making your own coffee. They said this was offered to the visitors to promote coffee, being in the heart of the Coffee Capital of the Philippines. They aim to promote proper awareness of what the different types  coffee has to offer. Spear-headed by the cafe’s head barista, you will learn how differentiate coffee, how to properly drink and how to preserve its taste. This is also a way for them to promote Via’s Blend, their own coffee brand.

The Coffee Estate
The Coffee Estate

The Coffee Estate

The Coffee Estate
Visiting The Coffee Estate will not only calm your tired body, it will also nourish your senses with the help of coffee. It is a unique experience because you will not only be on a vacation, you will also learn how to value a cup of coffee.
At The Coffee Estate, drinking coffee and a weekend getaway with friends or family will never be the same again.
For booking and inquiries:
-          The Coffee Estate is available thru Air bnb [https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/21742042].
OR
-          Contact them directly at Contact Number: 0925-6866-363, Look for Ira.
Email address: olivias_coffee@yahoo.com
How to get there? It’s easy!
-          If you’re coming from Manila, ride a bus going to Trece Martirez or Indang. Ask the drive to drop you off at Mcdonald’s Manggahan- 50Php
-          From Mcdonald’s Manggahan there are jeepneys’ heading to Amadeo and tell the driver to drop you at Olivia’s Coffee in Bucal- 23Php
-          Approach the staff of Olivia’s Coffe and tell that you have a reservation for the resort, they will get in touch with the resort staff and pick you up there.

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