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Commune Coffee Is Delivering Beans Made by Local Farmers

For every kilogram sold, P200 will be donated to Frontline Feeders Philippines.
Commune Coffee Is Delivering Beans Made by Local Farmers
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For every kilogram sold, P200 will be donated to Frontline Feeders Philippines.

We've caught wind of more good news for coffee aficionados! 

The local brand Commune is now delivering single origin coffee beans grown by local farmers in Mount Matutum, Mount Kitanglad, and Sagada, among others. The beans are a blend of arabica and robusta— perfect for those who like their coffee flavorful and highly aromatic with a packed punch. 

In line with their new promo, each kilogram of beans will set you back only P1200, as opposed to the original P1400 price. A portion of the each sale—P200 to be exact—will be donated to Frontline Feeders Philippines

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Green coffee beans are also available to home roasters. The selection includes Liberica (P400 per kg), Benguet (P450 per kg), Bukidnon (P400 per kg), Peaberry aka Benguet Arabica (P600 per kg). 

To complement the coffee, Commune also delivers milk by the liter. You can order fresh milk, lactose-free, almond, coconut, and macadamia milk. 

The cutoff time for orders is at 12 noon every day. In-house shipments to areas within Makati, Taguig, Pasig, Pasay and Manila will take two to three business days with a small delivery fee. Meanwhile, same-day orders will be sent via GrabExpress or LalaMove, to be shouldered by the customer. 

The payment options include GCash, PayMaya, bank deposit, and cash on delivery. The latter is only available for in-house deliveries. 

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