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AUTHENTIC FILIPINO COFFEE
FROM INDIGENOUS FARMERS TO THE WORLD

SPECIALTY PEABERRY NATURALS

Peaberries are called the four-leaf clover of coffee beans, because it is a natural mutation and comprise only
5% of the total harvest. Coffee cherries usually have two beans, but peaberries have a single bean in one cherry,
resulting in a rounder shape and sweeter, brighter and richer flavor. These peaberries are specialty grade and naturally-processed.

SPECIALTY MOUNT APO PEABERRY 
(PURE ARABICA PEABERRIES)

from Mount Apo, Davao Del Sur

Specialty grade peaberry beans
planted on the foothills of the Philippines’
highest volcano. These beans have sweet,

fruity, citrusy notes reminiscent of
mangoes or pears.

Roast: Medium
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1300 MASL

SPECIALTY BENGUET PEABERRY
(PURE ARABICA PEABERRIES)

From Atok, Benguet

Specialty grade peaberry beans
planted in the Cordillera mountains
in Northern Philippines. These beans
have a sweet and nutty flavor profile
and a remarkable aroma.

Roast: Medium
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1400 MASL

PREMIUM SINGLE-ORIGIN COFFEE

VerraCoffee offers high grade coffee beans to give the high quality taste that
coffee connoisseurs are seeking. We have a variety of premium coffee beans planted from
different regions of the Philippines, each with its own flavor profile and aroma.
Take a tour of the country’s finest beans through our selection of premium single origins.

PREMIUM AMADEO
(EXCELSA)

Premium Excelsa Beans
from Amadeo, Cavite

Excelsa beans are known to have a mysterious taste profile—dark but tart and fruity—that has intrigued coffee aficionados.

Roast: Dark
Process: Natural
Elevation: 350 MASL

PREMIUM BARAKO
(LIBERICA)

Premium Liberica Beans
from Lipa, Batangas

Liberica beans are rare, almond-shaped coffee beans with an exceptional aroma—almost floral and fruity—yet with a full and smokey flavor.

Roast: Dark
Process: Natural
Elevation: 310 MASL

PREMIUM BENGUET
(ARABICA)

Premium Arabica Beans
from Atok, Benguet

Benguet arabica has a distinct nutty aroma and a mild flavor that is a blend of nutty almond and chocolate-like flavors.

Roast: Medium
Process: Washed
Elevation: 1400 MASL

PREMIUM MOUNT APO
(ARABICA)

Premium Arabica Beans
from Mount Apo, Davao del Sur

Mount Apo arabica has a complex and intriguing flavor profile with fruity citrusy notes reminiscent of mangoes or pears.

Roast: Medium
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1300 MASL

PREMIUM SAGADA
(ARABICA)

Premium Arabica Beans
from Sagada, Mountain Province

Balanced in taste and aroma, Sagada arabica is less acidic than most arabica beans and is characterized with smooth, chocolatey notes.

Roast: Medium
Process: Washed
Elevation: 1500 MASL

PREMIUM SULTAN KUDARAT
(ARABICA)

Premium Arabica Beans
from the Daguma Mountains, Sultan Kudarat

This coffee from the Daguma mountains has a rich, full-bodied flavor with notes of caramel, roasted nuts and spices.

Roast: Medium
Process: Washed
Elevation: 1700 MASL

KAWA FIREWOOD-ROASTED COFFEE

Coffee roasted the traditional way — on Kawa, a large pan, over firewood. We help indigenous tribal people and backyard farmers find a market for their products.

OUR WORK WITH THE FARMERS AND TRIBAL ROASTERS


We work with indigenous people and farming communities, first by providing livelihood opportunities, and expanding their market by making their products available globally.


10% of our profits go back to the community in form of education grants for tribal children.

KAWA FIREWOOD-ROASTED COFFEE

FIRE-ROASTED ATOK

Firewood-Roasted Arabica 
from Atok, Benguet

Arabica Beans planted and roasted on
Kawa over firewood by backyard farmers
— the lolos and lolas of Atok, Benguet.

Roast: Medium to Dark
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1400 MASL

FIRE-ROASTED BUKIDNON

Firewood-Roasted Arabica
from Mt Kitanglad, Bukidnon 

Arabica beans planted by the Talaandig Tribe
of Bukidnon, roasted on Kawa over firewood
by Bai Bolignàu, also known as Nanay Epang.

Roast: Dark
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1300 MASL


Our International Distributors


AUstralia

SONBORO
Australia

MALAYSIA

ANGELICA CABAHUG
Malaysia | Singapore

NEW ZEALAND

JUMIG & CO.
New Zealand

CALIFORNIA, USA

DREAM BIGGER
California, USA

WASHINGTON DC, USA

ANCOP USA

PHILIPPINES AND THE REST OF THE WORLD

VERRACOFFEE HQ

preserving the world’s coffee heritage

Philippine Coffee is listed in the Ark of Taste international catalogue of endangered heritage foods by the Slow Food movement. A coffee producer since the mid-1800s, the Philippines is an archipelago made of more than 7,000 islands with varying climates, making it suitable to grow the different coffee varieties.

PHILIPPINE LIBERICA

The Liberica coffee comprises less than 2% of commercially produced coffee in the world. The Philippine Liberica, known as the heritage Barako, is an exotic coffee that has returned from the brink of extinction. The flavor is strong and smokey, with hints of spicy notes, so Filipinos call it “Barako” or “manly coffee.” Excelsa is part of the Liberica family but it is less rare, having 7% of the world’s total coffee production and is more fruity in taste than the Barako.

PHILIPPINE ARABICA

Some of the Philippine’s endangered arabica beans are planted in the mountain ranges of the Cordilleras. The arabica beans of the Cordilleras is elusive because there have never been large-scale coffee plantations in the province. Mindanao coffee is slowly growing to be a leading coffee producer in the country. Although the Philippines is more known for its Barako and Cordillera coffees, there is a growing interest in Mindanao Coffee.

About Us

Know more about VerraCoffee
and our vision for the
Philippine Coffee Industry.