I’ve never been much of a muffin person, but it all changed one summer when I went to Boracay. It’s all because of the delicious Calamansi Muffin (which I’d never heard of before until the said trip) of Real Coffee and Tea Cafe.
ℹ️ Real Coffee and Tea Cafe quick information
📍Address: Station 2 Boracay, Malay, Aklan, Philippines
🕖 Store hours: Open daily, 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
💰 Price range: USD 0.62-6.69 (PHP 35-380)
🍲 What to order: Calamansi muffin
🚌 Real Coffee and Tea Cafe location
This cafe is located in Station 2. It offers all-day breakfast, coffee, and other drinks, and that famous calamansi muffin.
🖼️ Real Coffee and Tea Cafe ambiance and interiors
The interior imbibes that laid-back island vibe with rattan and bamboo chairs, walls painted with summer-y colors, and decors that complement that native island theme.
🥯 Real Coffee and Tea Cafe food
Price: USD 1.23 (PHP 70)
My friends and I went here just to help pass the time as we waited for our group to be completed. And so, save for the muffin, we couldn’t try their other food. I ordered a cup of Brewed Coffee to complement my muffin. This muffin is delicious, like in a can’t-get-over-take-me-back-to-Boracay kind of way.
If you take this as pasalubong, you may pre-order it and then claim it the day before leaving the island. I think that a Boracay trip will not be complete until you’ve tried this calamansi muffin.
☕ Real Coffee and Tea Cafe drinks
Price: USD 2.11 (PHP 120)
I honestly think Real Coffee’s brewed coffee is one of the best I’ve had. It’s dark and strong, but you can easily mellow out the taste with a dash of milk.
Price: USD 3.17 (PHP 180)
This mango milkshake is very yummy, thick, and creamy.
Author’s note: Prices may change without prior notice. USD conversion is based on the currency exchange rate on September 12, 2022.
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