Little Farmers Coffee

UG/F Mega B, SM Megamall, EDSA cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Little Farmers Coffee
5.0 Stars

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Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Nievs G.
5.0 Stars

A while ago I came back to Little Farmers Coffee's stall at SM Megamall's Hypermarket but I was a bit disappointed that my favorite Hazelnut coffee had just been sold out. I realized that Hazelnut coffee beans are the stall's best seller, most likely because of their high strength and caffeine level (and the beans do have nice hazelnut hints and aroma).

So I settled for Sagada espresso coffee (if I remember it right) and ordered it iced. Not as great as Hazelnut but nevertheless I still liked it. Anyway, it depends on one's preference. 128522 9749 Caffeine hankerings solved.

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Nievs G.
5.0 Stars

I could not believe at how I used to pass by and ignore this little coffee stall, located in a line of other food stalls across Hypermarket in SM Megamall. Whenever I am near this particular Hypermarket (usually waiting for someone), I would treat myself with a simple but oh-so delicious rice meal at my favorite stall, Melt Kitchen.

But yesterday, I had just come from a foodie meet-up at Ayala Malls the 30th and I was on my way to |ooloo rendezvoos in Poblacion, Makati, so I wanted an iced coffee as an on-the-go drink to keep me going (as I had had little sleep). There, I decided to finally check Little Farmers Coffee out.

At first glance, it looked really nondescript, but as I was approaching closer to the stall I was quite surprised by what I saw: a display of different kinds of coffee beans, all locally sourced -- specifically straight from the Cordilleras. They were lots of them! A sight (and smell) to behold for every coffee lover like me.

Coffee is a very personal experience - some like it light, some like it strong. Some like their coffee with cream while some like it straight and black. Well, I tend to go for strong so I chose Hazelnut beans as their caffeine and strength levels were just right for me. I ordered iced Hazelnut, iced (₱65)

The server asked me if I would like it with cream or like it black. I chose the former. And not much later I now had a cold cup of delicious iced Hazelnut coffee to drink along the way. Freshly ground coffee on the go. 128525

You can also buy coffee beans as they are, or you can have them ground (just tell them your preferred texture). There's a chart/menu detailing the prices -- starting from about ₱31 you can buy 50 grams of beans. Prices vary depending on the type of beans and weight.

There's Robusta, Arabica, Barako and Excelsa beans. Of course, the Civet Coffee -- consisting of civet droppings after these animals have munched on coffee beans -- is the most expensive, fetching as much as ₱1,000 per 50 grams. Seriously, there are lots of coffee types to choose from.

Little Farmers Coffee also offers decaf options (for ordering drinks only, of course).

You don't have to spend a lot for good-tasting and good quality coffee at "branded" coffee shops. Try Little Farmers Coffee and you'll be happy as I was 128522128522128522. I dunno if they have other branches, though.

I still have my coffee at home so I didn't buy any beans, just yet. But when my own coffee supply gets depleted again I will definitely come back and this time, buy my favorite coffee beans from them. 128077

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