Coffee Dream, A Homegrown Cebuano Blend

Coffee Dream – A.S. Fortuna, Mandaue Branch

Coffee Dream, a Cebuano-owned coffee chain, has been serving the Cebuano coffee drinkers for over 15 years now through their 33 branches all over the country. Their very first shop was built in 1996 located at the 4th floor of Ayala Mall (near the Cinemas). In the first half of 2011, they opened 3 new stores to fully serve the coffee-loving Cebuanos and of course, the Filipinos as a whole.

Quiet coffee houses like this, make perfect places to relax and take your laptop where you can play any kinds of board games and get on with some work, or meet with friends for a catch up. The Coffee Dream café has a creative menu which offers a variety of hot and cold beverages, from hot creamy lattes to iced coffee milkshakes.

Along with the change of Cebuano’s urban lifestyle brought by the local economic developments, the coffee shop industry has also evolved – adapting the transformation of the customers’ expectations, trends and demands. In lieu with this, Coffee Dream doesn’t only put effort in improving their coffees, its creative team has also successfully pull out a unique brand which makes it stood out from the rest of the competing coffee shops.

100% Cebuano

Coffee Dream makes use of local Cebuano talent in presenting a modern and contemporary approach that the locales can surely relate and connect to. Their shop’s interior design is influenced by the famous international Cebuano furniture designer, Kenneth Cobonpue. The coffee they used are locally produced by rural farmers. Even the paintings on their shop’s walls are done by local painters.

The Coffee Dream Logo

The new logo is a steaming coffee in a cup when viewed from the top. This concept presents a different perspective which reflects how Coffee Dream innovates coffee to keep at par with the foreign brands and other local competitors. At first glance, the logo initially shows a cloud over an oval-shaped figure but if you look at it closely, you would notice that your hot cappuccino has already been served and you just missed the sweet smile of the amicable waiter. Stir it for a while and don’t drink hastily. Your tongue might get burned. (;

Coffee Dream A.S. Fortuna, Mandaue Branch

Cebu Bloggers Society Members Attending the Coffee Dream A.S. Fortuna Bloggers’ Gathering

Coffee Dream has just opened it’s new branch in A.S. Fortuna, Mandaue branch.  It  is situated at the ground floor of Benedicto’s College.  Check the map and location details here.

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  1. […] Coffee Dream, a Cebuano-owned coffee chain, will open their newest branch located in Paseo Arcenas, Banawa Cebu City later today at 5PM. This opening is also in celebration of their 15 years of serving great-tasting coffee to the most energetic and coolest people in the Philippine archipelago – the Cebuanos. (: AKPC_IDS += “3952,”;Related Posts:June 20, 2011 — Coffee Dream, A Homegrown Cebuano Blend (0) […]

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