Coffee, tea, and an anniversary

CBTL was first brewed in Southern California in 1968, and opened its first store in the Philippines in 2003, in Greenbelt, Makati. The brand now has 130 stores nationwide. Worldwide, it is found in 1,000 locations.

This New Coffee Bean Looks Like a Set From The Great Gatsby

These days, it takes more than just an impressive menu to attract customers. Picture-perfect interiors and a cozy ambience are now part of the equation, and it seems like The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf’s newest branch in the Metro knows this game well.

At this coffee shop, you can have steak for breakfast and breakfast for dinner

This is not your typical café where you queue up to grab a quick cup of brewed coffee, maybe a cookie, to-go. 26th St. Bistro by The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is, in fact, a full-service restaurant. And it’s not just simple sandwiches, pasta, or pastries on offer here. It revamped its menu in … Continued

26th St. Bistro: The Best Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf in Manila just got better!

26th St. Bistro is The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf bistro concept that serves extraordinary comfort food aside from their extensive coffee and tea selections. First opened in 2012, the brand has consistently stayed true to their distinctive dining concept of offering both a cafe experience and delightfully different everyday meals.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s 26th Street Bistro Serves More Than Just Coffee and Desserts

You might have seen the big, airy Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores in Net Lima Building along 26th Street, Taguig and in Shangri-la Plaza Mall’s East Wing. It’s “not just a bigger CBTL store.” In fact, 26th Street Bistro is a whole different dining concept designed by the folks behind the coffee franchise.

Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf rolls out 2018 Giving Journal

“We dedicate the 10th year of our Giving Journal to its purpose — to empower each individual to live excellently and purposefully by living a life of service to others. We believe that each person has a responsibility to leave a legacy of profound good, impacting, and changing lives.”