What coffee to buy in the Philippines?–Kopiko 3in1 coffee

Kopiko 3 in 1 Coffee

Pretty much everything on the planet needs some sort of fuel to get it motivated and moving. When I came to the Philippines the first time I discovered pretty much so that Nestle had cornered the milk and coffee markets. Also let me know how things would look if a single company got in on the UK (I wonder if this is why places don’t like photos in food courts?). Anyway back to my point the other thing is not only is most of the coffee bad which is annoying for a country that produces its own Nestle also manage to mess up the milk so getting fresh milk daily isn’t easy either.

Which is why I am mentioning Kopiko or Kop1ko not 100% sure of its name! but they come in sachets premixed for around P5 each. This is the best alternative to real coffee with real milk I have found so far. Kopiko do a brown and black pack the black one tasting a little stronger with less sugar ( I like coffee with no sugar when possible).

Just thought I would share it as I only started drinking it in the last 6 month because before that I hadn’t tried it down to the photograph on the packet which looks more like tea in strength but funnily enough its nothing like that. Any of you guys found good alternatives to the Nestle stuff?

2 comments for “What coffee to buy in the Philippines?–Kopiko 3in1 coffee

  1. radz
    November 7, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    You can try Maxwell coffee (by Kraft foods). It a li’l pricey but you get what you pay for. It’s 3 in 1 coffee.