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BGC Coffee Festival, now brewing in its second year!

BGC Coffee Festival, now brewing in its second year!

Arts, Bike, and Coffee. There is a lot to expect in the second year of the BGC Coffee Festival. Various coffee brands, cycling merchants, artists, and musicians will come together this coming weekend to celebrate the return of the BGC Coffee Festival at Bonifacio High Street.

BGC Coffee Festival, now brewing in its second year!

Following the success of its first edition last September 2022, this year’s most-awaited festivities will unite new coffee merchants. These include the following brands that will showcase new coffee varieties and support our local coffee farmers.

  • Elephant Grounds
  • harlan + holden coffee
  • Single Origin
  • Malongo Atelier Barista
  • Pocofino
  • Figaro
  • Tiger Sugar
  • Gourmet Farms
  • Caravan Black
  • Twenty-Four Bakeshop
  • Sspace Coffee
  • Coffee Lab
  • Luntian by Luna
  • Supersam
  • Kaulayaw Coffee + Gringos
  • Deja Brew
  • Ten-Four Coffee by Overlandkinds
  • Wideye Coffee
  • Kombi Brew

Festival goers can also opt to attend The Growing Coffee Culture talk will take place on the festival’s first day. Present in the talk are some of the big names in the industry. These include Calibre Magazine Editor-in-Chief Carl Cunan, El Kapitan Coffee Owner and Operator Raymond So, Philippine Coffee Guild’s Director for Education and Research Dr. Mel Garcia, and Coffee Commune Chief Extractor Rosario Juan.

Bike enthusiasts are also expected to come over as cycling merchants. R.O.X, adidas, 2Wheel Nation Cycling, Specialized Philippines, Built Cycles, Blocks, Passe, Everyday Camo, The Breakaway, and Team ABC will also be present in the event.

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To complete the festival, a variety of musical performances from Pedicab, Party Pace, The Espasouls, The Buzzer Beaters, The Diegos, and DJ Honey will also be something to look forward to.

However, if you’re just a passerby, you may also check out the outstanding art pieces from Barak’s collective, consisting of Archie Oclos, Tsarlyboy, Apok, Epi, and Bato Manila, who will be doing live murals on March 18.

It’s a two-day packed with fun-filled activities, arts, music, bikes, talks, demos, and a lot of coffee!

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