A coffee filled day at Luna Specialty Coffee in Bonifacio High Street and Nickel Asia Corporation Tower. I was recently assigned to take photos of the store ambience and featured products for our Instagram posting. They said I could order anything so I ordered what I want, took some photos then gave it to some customers. The images you are about to see below are some of the photos I have submitted, showcasing our BGC branches and delicate coffee making procedures, and featured products as well.
A cold brew coffee tower consists of three main parts; a water receptacle at the top with a drip control valve, a chamber for grounds in the middle where the brewing takes place, and a carafe to receive the brewed coffee at the bottom.
I love cold brew coffee. Its rich and delicious flavor, and low acidity, means it tastes great over ice. Traditional hot brewed coffee methods simply can’t compare when chilled and served on ice they tend to taste diluted and acidic.
Pourover coffee starts with freshly ground coffee, a filter, and a filter holder, often called a pour over dripper. At the most basic level, pour over brewing involves pouring water over and through the grounds to extract the coffee flavors into your cup or serving vessel.
The Luna Brew is our signature pour over coffee featuring a smooth blend of Arabica beans from Colombia, Sumatra and Kenya. This specific coffee blend came all the way from Mount Matutum in South Cotabato.
A big cup of creamy cappuccino served with original Tipas hopia on the side, not shown. A cappuccino is an approximately 150 ml beverage, with 25 ml of espresso coffee and 85 ml of fresh milk. The foaming action creates the additional volume.
The rich and creamy latte is made from fresh espresso combined with steamed milk. It will give you the extra special lift to keep on going through the day. Baristas craft the latte in a very different way. The layers of espresso and steamed milk are mixed together and topped with a light layer of foam. The drink is creamier and the coffee flavor is more subtle.