Little Farmers Coffee: A Cup of Character

Little Farmers Coffee is a not so little place where you can get locally produced coffee beans perfect for you anytime-coffee-fix. If you want to support the local farmers and the same time enjoy a delicious coffee what is not too expensive.

Little Farmers Coffee

Little Farmers Coffee Iloilo

Little Farmers Coffee Menu

Here a quick guide of the pricing for their coffee. Aside from coffee grounds that you can get, they also serve hot and iced coffee from the coffee grounds on display. Simple choose the coffee flavor you wish to get and tell the barista in charge for the day.

Little Farmers Coffee menu

Little Farmers Coffee menu

What We Had

We had iced coffee – just in the medium caffeine level. Coffee is cheaper than the leading shops. They also give rebates when you bring your own tumbler, mug or container – regardless of the brand. An extra savings and a little way to help the fight on eliminating single use plastics.

Little Farmers Coffee cold brew

Little Farmers Coffee orders

How to Get There

This branch of Little Farmers Coffee is located in the bridge area of Festive Walk Mall Iloilo. You need to ride an SM City jeepney to reach the exact entrance in the fountain or outdoor arena of the mall. You can also ride ALEOSAN jeepneys (Alimodian, Leon and San Miguel). These are coming from these areas or coming from Jaro Big Market. In addition, Jaro Mandurriao from Jaro Market is also passing by at the back area of the mall which is also a convenient jeepney to take.

This specific branch of Little Farmers has a small place where you can sit and consume your coffee if you do not want to stroll the mall or you are not in the hurry yet. The location is nice overlooking the towering buildings of Megaworld, the busy streets and the people coming out and in of the area.

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