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Get That Coffee Creations At FamilyMart

FamilyMart highlights their new coffee offerings called- Coffee Creations,  made for coffee junkies. This exclusive blend is created by Japanese coffee company UCC for FamilyMart and will be available from September 16 onwards.


This special blend has that signature nutty aroma from a mix of medium roast arabica and robusta beans that is created for the discriminating Filipino palate.

FamilyMart's Coffee Creations can be had anytime of the day and you can opt for a hot cup of if you prefer it with ice. Of course, you can also add some milk to make it creamy delicious.


The brewed variant comes in two serving sizes- 12 oz (P55) and 16 oz (P65). For the iced variant, it is available in 16 oz cup that is served black (P60), sweetened (P60), or with milk (P65). Really value for money coffee creations.

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