July 20, 2017

5 Coffee Spots to Love in the City

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Coffee houses in the metro are a dime a dozen. With every other café claiming to make the best cup of joe, it takes much more than a decent espresso to truly stand out. We’ve shortlisted some brewers who are serious about giving us a caffeine fix worth raving about, and much more.


1. Craft Coffee Revolution


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Branches: Three branches in Quezon City and two branches in Mandaluyong City


cafes in manila

Craft Coffee Revolution is a serene spot among some of the more crowded cafés in Katipunan. (Writer's photo)


The birth of what was once just a hole-in-the-wall coffee bar at the corner of E. Rodriguez Ave. and Broadway could be one of the most exciting things that’s happened for urban coffee lovers in a while. At a time when big chains serve up overpriced blended coffee drinks to perpetually disappointed customers, Craft Coffee Revolution enters the scene to bring the art back to coffee making. Here, you can chat with baristas who’ve painstakingly earned their titles as they showcase the characteristics of the most aromatic beans roasted to perfection.

Don’t be intimidated by the snobbery that comes with having several brewing options such as AeroPress or Chemex. You’ll be happy to know there’s not much needed to enjoy any hot or cold beverage item on their menu. You won’t even need to add sugar because of the natural sweetness and balanced flavor inherent to their in-house roasted beans. Expect to shell out PhP100 to PhP180 for a single cup.


2. Café Pronto at Marco Polo


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM


cafes in manila

Café Pronto in Ortigas is a great place to start or end your long day at work. (Writer's photo)


Those who’ve previously been to Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas would have already followed that unmistakable waft of a rich, steaming Americano to their lobby café, Café Pronto. Armed with all the makings of a proper coffee house, this well-designed establishment offers a great selection of brews along with delicious pastries and gourmet sandwiches. What’s more, the classy ambiance and speedy Wi-Fi could easily make this joint one of the best places to while away an afternoon.




3. Apartment 1B


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Branches: One Rockwell, East Tower, Makati City; One Lafayette Square, Makati City; The Henry Hotel Manila, Pasay City


cafes in manila

Apartment 1B serves Vittoria, Australia’s biggest selling ground coffee in this cozy space. (Image: Apartment 1B FB Page)


While foodies certainly patronize Apartment 1B for their consistently delicious comfort food, the cozy resto attracts their own share of coffee connoisseurs for their frothy cappuccinos. The place serves Italian-style Vittoria Coffee from Australia, an espresso blend that uses 100% Arabica beans sourced from the finest growing regions from South America. The coffee is said to be so good, it even became the first brand ever that Hollywood Icon Al Pacino agreed to endorse.

Expect to see that covetable “crema,” the golden layer that settles on top of your espresso when the coffee is made just right, by their incredibly welcoming, efficient and well-trained staff. Enjoy it with their White Toblerone Cheesecake or their Salted Caramel Chocolate Torte for a decadent dessert duet.


4. Duck & Buvette


Business hours: Monday to Friday, 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


cafes in manila

D&B offers signature pastry items, such as custard-filled canelés for guests to enjoy with their coffee. (Image: Tales from the Heart)


While on the subject of good coffee, it would be unavoidable to mention the specialty coffee Intelligentsia. First brought to Manila by French artisanal café Duck & Buvette, Intelligentsia is considered to be one of the proponents of what is known as the Third Wave Coffee Movement, along with other international bigwigs. This movement seeks to elevate coffee to higher standards and bring reverence to its origins and method of production.

Clearly serious about their coffee, D&B proudly displays their bean bar at the front of their centrally located space in Shangri-La Mall. The El Diablo, a signature dark roast, is a must-try for self-proclaimed caffeine nerds. Cup prices are a little on the higher side but it promises not to disappoint.


5. Toby’s Estate


Business hours: Varies per branch. Visit their website for info on operating hours.
Branches: Three in Makati, two in Taguig, one in Pasig, San Juan, and Mandaluyong


cafes in manila

The newest branch of Toby’s Estate is now open at The Viridian in Greenhills. (Image: Toby's Estate FB Page)


The eponymous brainchild of expert roaster Toby Smith cannot be dropped out of any top coffee list, be it in Manila or in Sydney, Australia. This trendy café is known for giving its loyal customers the complete experience, from its cool atmosphere, friendly and well-spoken baristas to a substantial menu. Their coffee, especially the mocha, is the main drawcard but their Dutch egg skillet, Bucky’s brownies and calamansi (calamondin) pie will certainly keep you coming back.

Toby’s Estate is a favorite among breakfast goers and after-dinner dates. Even the sustainability-conscious customer will be delighted to know that part of the PhP100 to PhP160 they spend for their caffeine fix goes to growers from developing countries who mutually benefit from the partnership.


Of course, this list of café haunts is far from exhaustive. But it’s good to know that the booming coffee culture in Manila is giving coffee lovers a lot to smile about. So whether it’s a double-espresso-shot kind of morning or a caramel macchiato type of night, you can swing by one of these reliable bean hubs for that much needed pick-me-up.


Photos are from the official websites and Facebook pages of featured establishments, except otherwise indicated.


Prices may change without prior notice.

Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

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July 20, 2017

5 Coffee Spots to Love in the City

Another cup of joe, please?

cafes in manila

Coffee houses in the metro are a dime a dozen. With every other café claiming to make the best cup of joe, it takes much more than a decent espresso to truly stand out. We’ve shortlisted some brewers who are serious about giving us a caffeine fix worth raving about, and much more.


1. Craft Coffee Revolution


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Branches: Three branches in Quezon City and two branches in Mandaluyong City


cafes in manila

Craft Coffee Revolution is a serene spot among some of the more crowded cafés in Katipunan. (Writer's photo)


The birth of what was once just a hole-in-the-wall coffee bar at the corner of E. Rodriguez Ave. and Broadway could be one of the most exciting things that’s happened for urban coffee lovers in a while. At a time when big chains serve up overpriced blended coffee drinks to perpetually disappointed customers, Craft Coffee Revolution enters the scene to bring the art back to coffee making. Here, you can chat with baristas who’ve painstakingly earned their titles as they showcase the characteristics of the most aromatic beans roasted to perfection.

Don’t be intimidated by the snobbery that comes with having several brewing options such as AeroPress or Chemex. You’ll be happy to know there’s not much needed to enjoy any hot or cold beverage item on their menu. You won’t even need to add sugar because of the natural sweetness and balanced flavor inherent to their in-house roasted beans. Expect to shell out PhP100 to PhP180 for a single cup.


2. Café Pronto at Marco Polo


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM


cafes in manila

Café Pronto in Ortigas is a great place to start or end your long day at work. (Writer's photo)


Those who’ve previously been to Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas would have already followed that unmistakable waft of a rich, steaming Americano to their lobby café, Café Pronto. Armed with all the makings of a proper coffee house, this well-designed establishment offers a great selection of brews along with delicious pastries and gourmet sandwiches. What’s more, the classy ambiance and speedy Wi-Fi could easily make this joint one of the best places to while away an afternoon.




3. Apartment 1B


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Branches: One Rockwell, East Tower, Makati City; One Lafayette Square, Makati City; The Henry Hotel Manila, Pasay City


cafes in manila

Apartment 1B serves Vittoria, Australia’s biggest selling ground coffee in this cozy space. (Image: Apartment 1B FB Page)


While foodies certainly patronize Apartment 1B for their consistently delicious comfort food, the cozy resto attracts their own share of coffee connoisseurs for their frothy cappuccinos. The place serves Italian-style Vittoria Coffee from Australia, an espresso blend that uses 100% Arabica beans sourced from the finest growing regions from South America. The coffee is said to be so good, it even became the first brand ever that Hollywood Icon Al Pacino agreed to endorse.

Expect to see that covetable “crema,” the golden layer that settles on top of your espresso when the coffee is made just right, by their incredibly welcoming, efficient and well-trained staff. Enjoy it with their White Toblerone Cheesecake or their Salted Caramel Chocolate Torte for a decadent dessert duet.


4. Duck & Buvette


Business hours: Monday to Friday, 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


cafes in manila

D&B offers signature pastry items, such as custard-filled canelés for guests to enjoy with their coffee. (Image: Tales from the Heart)


While on the subject of good coffee, it would be unavoidable to mention the specialty coffee Intelligentsia. First brought to Manila by French artisanal café Duck & Buvette, Intelligentsia is considered to be one of the proponents of what is known as the Third Wave Coffee Movement, along with other international bigwigs. This movement seeks to elevate coffee to higher standards and bring reverence to its origins and method of production.

Clearly serious about their coffee, D&B proudly displays their bean bar at the front of their centrally located space in Shangri-La Mall. The El Diablo, a signature dark roast, is a must-try for self-proclaimed caffeine nerds. Cup prices are a little on the higher side but it promises not to disappoint.


5. Toby’s Estate


Business hours: Varies per branch. Visit their website for info on operating hours.
Branches: Three in Makati, two in Taguig, one in Pasig, San Juan, and Mandaluyong


cafes in manila

The newest branch of Toby’s Estate is now open at The Viridian in Greenhills. (Image: Toby's Estate FB Page)


The eponymous brainchild of expert roaster Toby Smith cannot be dropped out of any top coffee list, be it in Manila or in Sydney, Australia. This trendy café is known for giving its loyal customers the complete experience, from its cool atmosphere, friendly and well-spoken baristas to a substantial menu. Their coffee, especially the mocha, is the main drawcard but their Dutch egg skillet, Bucky’s brownies and calamansi (calamondin) pie will certainly keep you coming back.

Toby’s Estate is a favorite among breakfast goers and after-dinner dates. Even the sustainability-conscious customer will be delighted to know that part of the PhP100 to PhP160 they spend for their caffeine fix goes to growers from developing countries who mutually benefit from the partnership.


Of course, this list of café haunts is far from exhaustive. But it’s good to know that the booming coffee culture in Manila is giving coffee lovers a lot to smile about. So whether it’s a double-espresso-shot kind of morning or a caramel macchiato type of night, you can swing by one of these reliable bean hubs for that much needed pick-me-up.


Photos are from the official websites and Facebook pages of featured establishments, except otherwise indicated.


Prices may change without prior notice.

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Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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July 20, 2017

5 Coffee Spots to Love in the City

Another cup of joe, please?
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cafes in manila

Coffee houses in the metro are a dime a dozen. With every other café claiming to make the best cup of joe, it takes much more than a decent espresso to truly stand out. We’ve shortlisted some brewers who are serious about giving us a caffeine fix worth raving about, and much more.


1. Craft Coffee Revolution


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Branches: Three branches in Quezon City and two branches in Mandaluyong City


cafes in manila

Craft Coffee Revolution is a serene spot among some of the more crowded cafés in Katipunan. (Writer's photo)


The birth of what was once just a hole-in-the-wall coffee bar at the corner of E. Rodriguez Ave. and Broadway could be one of the most exciting things that’s happened for urban coffee lovers in a while. At a time when big chains serve up overpriced blended coffee drinks to perpetually disappointed customers, Craft Coffee Revolution enters the scene to bring the art back to coffee making. Here, you can chat with baristas who’ve painstakingly earned their titles as they showcase the characteristics of the most aromatic beans roasted to perfection.

Don’t be intimidated by the snobbery that comes with having several brewing options such as AeroPress or Chemex. You’ll be happy to know there’s not much needed to enjoy any hot or cold beverage item on their menu. You won’t even need to add sugar because of the natural sweetness and balanced flavor inherent to their in-house roasted beans. Expect to shell out PhP100 to PhP180 for a single cup.


2. Café Pronto at Marco Polo


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM


cafes in manila

Café Pronto in Ortigas is a great place to start or end your long day at work. (Writer's photo)


Those who’ve previously been to Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas would have already followed that unmistakable waft of a rich, steaming Americano to their lobby café, Café Pronto. Armed with all the makings of a proper coffee house, this well-designed establishment offers a great selection of brews along with delicious pastries and gourmet sandwiches. What’s more, the classy ambiance and speedy Wi-Fi could easily make this joint one of the best places to while away an afternoon.




3. Apartment 1B


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Branches: One Rockwell, East Tower, Makati City; One Lafayette Square, Makati City; The Henry Hotel Manila, Pasay City


cafes in manila

Apartment 1B serves Vittoria, Australia’s biggest selling ground coffee in this cozy space. (Image: Apartment 1B FB Page)


While foodies certainly patronize Apartment 1B for their consistently delicious comfort food, the cozy resto attracts their own share of coffee connoisseurs for their frothy cappuccinos. The place serves Italian-style Vittoria Coffee from Australia, an espresso blend that uses 100% Arabica beans sourced from the finest growing regions from South America. The coffee is said to be so good, it even became the first brand ever that Hollywood Icon Al Pacino agreed to endorse.

Expect to see that covetable “crema,” the golden layer that settles on top of your espresso when the coffee is made just right, by their incredibly welcoming, efficient and well-trained staff. Enjoy it with their White Toblerone Cheesecake or their Salted Caramel Chocolate Torte for a decadent dessert duet.


4. Duck & Buvette


Business hours: Monday to Friday, 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


cafes in manila

D&B offers signature pastry items, such as custard-filled canelés for guests to enjoy with their coffee. (Image: Tales from the Heart)


While on the subject of good coffee, it would be unavoidable to mention the specialty coffee Intelligentsia. First brought to Manila by French artisanal café Duck & Buvette, Intelligentsia is considered to be one of the proponents of what is known as the Third Wave Coffee Movement, along with other international bigwigs. This movement seeks to elevate coffee to higher standards and bring reverence to its origins and method of production.

Clearly serious about their coffee, D&B proudly displays their bean bar at the front of their centrally located space in Shangri-La Mall. The El Diablo, a signature dark roast, is a must-try for self-proclaimed caffeine nerds. Cup prices are a little on the higher side but it promises not to disappoint.


5. Toby’s Estate


Business hours: Varies per branch. Visit their website for info on operating hours.
Branches: Three in Makati, two in Taguig, one in Pasig, San Juan, and Mandaluyong


cafes in manila

The newest branch of Toby’s Estate is now open at The Viridian in Greenhills. (Image: Toby's Estate FB Page)


The eponymous brainchild of expert roaster Toby Smith cannot be dropped out of any top coffee list, be it in Manila or in Sydney, Australia. This trendy café is known for giving its loyal customers the complete experience, from its cool atmosphere, friendly and well-spoken baristas to a substantial menu. Their coffee, especially the mocha, is the main drawcard but their Dutch egg skillet, Bucky’s brownies and calamansi (calamondin) pie will certainly keep you coming back.

Toby’s Estate is a favorite among breakfast goers and after-dinner dates. Even the sustainability-conscious customer will be delighted to know that part of the PhP100 to PhP160 they spend for their caffeine fix goes to growers from developing countries who mutually benefit from the partnership.


Of course, this list of café haunts is far from exhaustive. But it’s good to know that the booming coffee culture in Manila is giving coffee lovers a lot to smile about. So whether it’s a double-espresso-shot kind of morning or a caramel macchiato type of night, you can swing by one of these reliable bean hubs for that much needed pick-me-up.


Photos are from the official websites and Facebook pages of featured establishments, except otherwise indicated.


Prices may change without prior notice.

Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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July 20, 2017

5 Coffee Spots to Love in the City

Another cup of joe, please?

cafes in manila

Coffee houses in the metro are a dime a dozen. With every other café claiming to make the best cup of joe, it takes much more than a decent espresso to truly stand out. We’ve shortlisted some brewers who are serious about giving us a caffeine fix worth raving about, and much more.


1. Craft Coffee Revolution


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Branches: Three branches in Quezon City and two branches in Mandaluyong City


cafes in manila

Craft Coffee Revolution is a serene spot among some of the more crowded cafés in Katipunan. (Writer's photo)


The birth of what was once just a hole-in-the-wall coffee bar at the corner of E. Rodriguez Ave. and Broadway could be one of the most exciting things that’s happened for urban coffee lovers in a while. At a time when big chains serve up overpriced blended coffee drinks to perpetually disappointed customers, Craft Coffee Revolution enters the scene to bring the art back to coffee making. Here, you can chat with baristas who’ve painstakingly earned their titles as they showcase the characteristics of the most aromatic beans roasted to perfection.

Don’t be intimidated by the snobbery that comes with having several brewing options such as AeroPress or Chemex. You’ll be happy to know there’s not much needed to enjoy any hot or cold beverage item on their menu. You won’t even need to add sugar because of the natural sweetness and balanced flavor inherent to their in-house roasted beans. Expect to shell out PhP100 to PhP180 for a single cup.


2. Café Pronto at Marco Polo


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM


cafes in manila

Café Pronto in Ortigas is a great place to start or end your long day at work. (Writer's photo)


Those who’ve previously been to Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas would have already followed that unmistakable waft of a rich, steaming Americano to their lobby café, Café Pronto. Armed with all the makings of a proper coffee house, this well-designed establishment offers a great selection of brews along with delicious pastries and gourmet sandwiches. What’s more, the classy ambiance and speedy Wi-Fi could easily make this joint one of the best places to while away an afternoon.




3. Apartment 1B


Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Branches: One Rockwell, East Tower, Makati City; One Lafayette Square, Makati City; The Henry Hotel Manila, Pasay City


cafes in manila

Apartment 1B serves Vittoria, Australia’s biggest selling ground coffee in this cozy space. (Image: Apartment 1B FB Page)


While foodies certainly patronize Apartment 1B for their consistently delicious comfort food, the cozy resto attracts their own share of coffee connoisseurs for their frothy cappuccinos. The place serves Italian-style Vittoria Coffee from Australia, an espresso blend that uses 100% Arabica beans sourced from the finest growing regions from South America. The coffee is said to be so good, it even became the first brand ever that Hollywood Icon Al Pacino agreed to endorse.

Expect to see that covetable “crema,” the golden layer that settles on top of your espresso when the coffee is made just right, by their incredibly welcoming, efficient and well-trained staff. Enjoy it with their White Toblerone Cheesecake or their Salted Caramel Chocolate Torte for a decadent dessert duet.


4. Duck & Buvette


Business hours: Monday to Friday, 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


cafes in manila

D&B offers signature pastry items, such as custard-filled canelés for guests to enjoy with their coffee. (Image: Tales from the Heart)


While on the subject of good coffee, it would be unavoidable to mention the specialty coffee Intelligentsia. First brought to Manila by French artisanal café Duck & Buvette, Intelligentsia is considered to be one of the proponents of what is known as the Third Wave Coffee Movement, along with other international bigwigs. This movement seeks to elevate coffee to higher standards and bring reverence to its origins and method of production.

Clearly serious about their coffee, D&B proudly displays their bean bar at the front of their centrally located space in Shangri-La Mall. The El Diablo, a signature dark roast, is a must-try for self-proclaimed caffeine nerds. Cup prices are a little on the higher side but it promises not to disappoint.


5. Toby’s Estate


Business hours: Varies per branch. Visit their website for info on operating hours.
Branches: Three in Makati, two in Taguig, one in Pasig, San Juan, and Mandaluyong


cafes in manila

The newest branch of Toby’s Estate is now open at The Viridian in Greenhills. (Image: Toby's Estate FB Page)


The eponymous brainchild of expert roaster Toby Smith cannot be dropped out of any top coffee list, be it in Manila or in Sydney, Australia. This trendy café is known for giving its loyal customers the complete experience, from its cool atmosphere, friendly and well-spoken baristas to a substantial menu. Their coffee, especially the mocha, is the main drawcard but their Dutch egg skillet, Bucky’s brownies and calamansi (calamondin) pie will certainly keep you coming back.

Toby’s Estate is a favorite among breakfast goers and after-dinner dates. Even the sustainability-conscious customer will be delighted to know that part of the PhP100 to PhP160 they spend for their caffeine fix goes to growers from developing countries who mutually benefit from the partnership.


Of course, this list of café haunts is far from exhaustive. But it’s good to know that the booming coffee culture in Manila is giving coffee lovers a lot to smile about. So whether it’s a double-espresso-shot kind of morning or a caramel macchiato type of night, you can swing by one of these reliable bean hubs for that much needed pick-me-up.


Photos are from the official websites and Facebook pages of featured establishments, except otherwise indicated.


Prices may change without prior notice.

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Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

Monette Atilano

“I write because I breathe. And because I've always been better at it than math! Contributing articles to my favorite teen magazine got me started at 16...and I've been typing away since (whether for work or my own pleasure). When I'm not penning about wine for beginners or raving about a gastronomic experience, you'll most likely find me re-watching classic movies from my extensive DVD collection, going on a local adventure with my husband, or daydreaming.” - Monette

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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