Bo’s Coffee opens its Biggest Philippine Store in War-torn Marawi

 Bo’s Coffee opens the biggest Philippine store in Marawi City in Mindanao staking a long-term commitment to the city’s post-war rehabilitation.

The grand 250-seater café is set to serve its signature coffee and favorites in the Philippines’ southern regions intending to translate these famously rich and homegrown flavors into warm hugs and doses of hope to a people continuing to rebuild Marawi.

With a whopping 882.56 sqm floor space, the store concept and design carefully took into consideration and weaved in Marawi’s notable sense of connectedness to its community which is rich in spiritual and cultural histories. Inspirations were taken from the Sarimanok, the Malong, and the Torogan House.

The legendary Sarimanok, a ubiquitous symbol of Maranao art lends its colors to the interiors with a subtle, playful approach. The fabric on the ceiling and walls instead of the usual furniture cover uses the Malong, the traditional garment of mainland Mindanao. The Torogan house traditionally symbolizing high social status, is reflected in the ceiling and bar counters in a modernized design approach. All these starts and end with the 360-degree panoramic view of Marawi City.

While happiness is assured in a cup of Bo’s Coffee even in the direst of post-war situations, the brand’s presence in Marawi ensures employment and business opportunities in the area for a long-term period. In helping Marawi churn its economy, Bo’s Coffee provides its people long-term livelihood aside from a world-class coffee experience.

For 27 years, Bo’s Coffee has promised its market delicious and homegrown products and it has been able to achieve such promise because of the richness and diversity of resources all over the Philippines. But in times of war and calami<es, the communities that serve as gatekeepers to these resources take the brunt of the damage and deserve long-term support from all sectors of society that get to use these resources. 


Bo’s Coffee is a homegrown specialty Philippine coffee chain with over 100 stores in the Philippines, 9 in Qatar, and 2 in the UAE. The Philippines’ largest homegrown coffee brand celebrates coffee, spotlighting the country’s highlands. 

Bo’s Coffee prides itself on flavor profiles that have striking taste and body that truly epitomize the rich diversity of their geographies. Its Philippine Coffee Origins beans are sourced from the mountains Sagada, Benguet, Mt. Kitanglad, Mt. Matutum, and Mt. Apo. Each region, climate, and culture contribute to the distinct flavor profile found only in the Philippines. 

‘Your Homegrown Brew’ has been and will remain the brand’s promise in serving Filipinos and the world the best of what home has to offer – Philippine Coffee Origins, its coffee culture, its support and service to local start-ups and social enterprises, and its Filipino brand of hospitality. 

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