CLAIM TO FAME: A bag of whole coffee beans native to the Philippines and grown in the province of Batangas
FAST FACTS: Features a strong flavor and distinctively powerful aroma; traditionally served black or with muscovado; can be taken with your favorite cream or milk before serving; for Batanguenos, Kapeng Barako takes its name from describing an image of a tough man, reflecting the fact that the coffee has a strong, bold taste
PERFECT FOR: A fortifying cup; anytime of the day
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Kapeng Barako Beans
NET WEIGHT: 300g
INGREDIENTS: Kapeng Barako Beans
Use 2 tbsps. of coffee to 6 oz. of water and brew using a coffee maker. If you don’t have an available coffee maker or French press at home, try the traditional way for an authentic Barako experience.
STEP 1: Pour 4.5 cups of water in a pot. Add 2 tablespoons of ground Kapeng Barako (modify to suit your taste preference) and allow the water to boil.
STEP 2: Once boiling, reduce heat and add brown sugar as desired. Allow to boil for 2 to 3 minutes.
STEP 3: Turn off heat and set aside for 5 minutes to allow the coffee grounds to settle at the bottom of the pot.
STEP 4: Use coffee filter in transferring to your cup, or use a strainer in the absence of a filter.
This recipe can make 4 cups of coffee. Kapeng barako is traditionally served black or with muscovado. But you can add your favorite cream or milk before serving. Enjoy!
Barako Mom is a startup brand that provides traditional Filipino coffee loaded with love. Their quality Kapeng Barako is not only great for your home but also makes a delicious gift idea with its thoughtful, Filipino-inspired packaging. With the goal of growing support and appreciation for this local coffee in the urban third wave, Barako Mom hopes to find a place in the hearts and cups of the younger generation for Kapeng Barako, a legacy and symbol of the Philippines.
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