I’ve never been much of a muffin person but it all changed this summer when I went to Boracay. It’s all because of the delicious Calamansi Muffin (which I’d never heard before until the said trip) of Real Coffee and Tea Cafe.
This cafe is located in Station 2. It offers all day breakfast, coffee and other drinks, and that famous calamansi muffin. 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.
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 weren’t able to try their other food. To complement my muffin, I ordered a cup of Brewed Coffee (PHP 80).
Alchris had a glass of Cold Milk (PHP 50).
While Nahnah opted for some Mango Milkshake (PHP 150), which by the way, is very thick and creamy.
And of course, the reason for my being, I mean this cafe visit, the can’t-get-over-I-want-one-now-uberlicious-take-me-back-to-Boracay Calamansi Muffin (PHP 60). It is by far the best muffin I have ever tasted. It is an ideal pasalubong, a box of six will cost you 320 pesos.
If you are taking this as pasalubong, you may pre-order the and then claim it the day before you leave the island. I really think that a Boracay trip will not be complete until you’ve tried this calamansi muffin.
Real Coffee and Tea Cafe
Station 2 Boracay, Aklan
Telephone no.: (036) 288-5340
Mobile no.: (63) 939-2034436
Facebook: Real Coffee and Tea Café