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Costa Coffee opens 9th store at UP Town Center with new drinks, pastries and sandwiches

New handcrafted drinks as well as pastries and sandwiches highlight the opening of Costa Coffee’s 9th store located at Level 1, UP Town Center. And as an added treat, the 1st 100 customers get free Costa Coffee goodie bags.
The UK-based coffee shop brings its famous beverages to the shoppers of this booming mall.   Have a taste of Mocha Italia at its very best, perfectly complimented with a little velvety milk when you order a cup of Classic Corto (P120).   When caramel is added to this wonderful drink, you’ll get the new Caramel Corto (P130).   The Black Corto (P120) meanwhile is the product of shorter extraction ensuring that we only get the sweetness of the beans. The combination of chocolate and coffee is a definite winner. This is what you’ll enjoy in a cup of Mocha Corto (P130).
To go with these beverages are five new food items - Cream Cheese Melt (a cheese lover’s delight); Banana Hazelnut Crossini (the perfect pairing of fruit and chocolate stuffed into a soft crossini); Ham and Cheese Croissant (always a good idea when drinking coffee); Butterscotch Bar (sweet and gooey pastry that will leave you asking for more) and the Caramel Bar (another sweet treat loved by many).
Costa Coffee has been part of the British coffee drinking culture since 1971 when it was founded brothers Bruno and Sergio Costa who were inspired by their love for premium coffee.
Visit other Costa Coffee branches at Robinsons Place Manila, Robinsons Place Antipolo, Robinsons Selections Venice Grand Canal, Tera Tower Bridgetowne in Quezon City, One World Place Building in Bonifacio Global City, Citywalk 1, Eastwood City,  The Block, SM North Edsa and Robinsons Supermarket Robinsons Galleria.
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