Kapeng Barako – Aguinaldo Blend by Cavite State University

What comes in your mind when I speak of kapeng barako? Perhaps it is the black brewed coffee from Batangas! The province is well-known for its kapeng barako and balisong knives. The term kapeng barako and kapeng Batangas are often use interchangeably.

Pure natural coffee is naturally black but the term black coffee means coffee without sugar. Drinking unsugared coffee is awful at first – to those who are not accustomed to it. However repeated drinking will reveal the taste of real coffee. Sugar seems to masks precious coffee flavor.

To make things more clear — Not all coffee from Batangas are kapeng barako and other provinces can produce it as well. Kapeng barako refers to coffee variety called Liberica – read more about it in What is Kapeng Barako?

Cavite has  also kapeng barako. One of the few is the Aguinaldo Blend of Cavite State University. Expertly roasted and blended from Cavite Barako, Robusta and Arabica Coffee beans. It is not a pure Liberica but the taste is great.

Ground Aguinaldo Blend is packed elegantly in a resealable aluminum pouch. Interested parties may contact Cavite State University at telephone number – (6346)415-0010 and fax number – (6346)415-0012.

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Marvin is the lead chocolate maker of Ben and Lyn Chocolate Inc. Has strong background in food research and development. Occasionally conducts training and lectures. Lecturer of Cocoa Foundation of the Philippines. Do coaching and consultancy services on his free time.

10 Replies to “Kapeng Barako – Aguinaldo Blend by Cavite State University”

  1. I couldn’t reach you at your sellphone many times, but just wanted to say the Aguinald Blend is so great. Thanks to you I just shared it with a coffee maker with my wife’s family. Even they, Filipinos, said it’s very barako. I agree, too. But unlike many other barakos, this cofffe is really good taste and seems to generate some feromon in the brain who drank it. Of course, no cream and suger needed. Personally, this is beyond the famous Figaro’s belend coffee and can be described as aonther high-end coffee in the Philippinbess than the Cordullera Arabica. Only difference is that in the Aguinald only one time drinking can fulfill our mouth while in the Arabica may want another cup. In other words, Aguinald is described as a male coffee while Arabica as a female coffee. This inpression may be caused from the way I brewed this time; I mean using a coffee maker is very rough way but if brewed with paper drip I may want more and more like Arabica.

  2. saan ba nakaka bili ng kapeng barako sa cvsu saan mag inquire. .taga indang lng din kc ako pero may mga nag papa bli sa akin and what price

  3. Hi! Good afternoon. I just want to ask if do you have a whole sale price on your coffee. My brother and I want to be a distributor in Canada. Pls. If you do have a wholesale price of your coffee specially on kapeng barako, message me or email me at japz_77@yahoo.com Thnks.

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