|About||Barako Haus is a coffee shop where people can enjoy the complete Filipino experience - from the wide variety of coffee blends, all-day breakfast, homemade pastries, local pasalubongs - down to the interiors of the place.|
Barako Haus is home of the Philippines' First Civet Brew that uses the World's Rarest Premium Blend of Civet Coffee Varieties in the world. We use all 4 varieties of Civet Coffee Beans produced by our own local civet cats in the virgin forests of the Philippines.
Our civet cats are protected and free. We DO NOT cage them as it will affect the quality of the coffee beans that they excrete. Roaming freely makes them happy thus improving the quality of coffee beans, and ensures the environmental responsibility that Barako Haus contributes to nature.
Our Civet Coffee Bean Varieties
There are 4 varities of Civet Coffee Beans worldwide. All 4 can be found in the Philippines. These are:
1. PHILIPPINE ARABICA is highland coffee from 1,000 to 1,600 meters above sea level. The Philippines has five species of arabica - tipica, ramona and bourbon predominantly found in Cordillera whereas, meisor and catimor are mostly found in Mindanao.
2. ROBUSTA - is also considered lowland coffee. It is also called filler coffee. It is normally used to make instant coffee. Among all the coffee varieties, it has the highest caffeine content and has the most woody and bitter taste. Presently, Robusta is the most prevalent coffee variety.
3. LIBERICA - is considered lowland coffee. It has pungent aroma and pharmacopical, strong woody taste. It has a straight bitter bite leaving a natural acidic aftertaste. Among all the four coffee varietals, Liberica is the biggest bean.
4. PURE EXELSA - is also lowland coffee. It has very distinct sweet and fruity aroma and taste exotic jackfruit. This bean variety is normally blended for its aroma and not for its taste. It is a lot woodier than Liberica.
Barako Haus BF Homes also offers other world-class coffee blends, all-day Pinoy breakfast, homemade pastries, and local pasalubongs from different parts of the country.
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