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PR: Avenue of the Arts Welcomes The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®

Having a cup of your favorite drink from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® just got easier as the famed coffee shop opens a new branch right at the heart of Manila.

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Set to open its doors in a new location right across the American Embassy, the new The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® on Roxas Boulevard will be ready to serve everyone with their specialty coffees and teas beginning December 10, 2011.  The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® has been serving up a full selection of internationally-acclaimed signature blends to Filipinos for 8 years now.
 
“We’ve decided to open a branch along Roxas Boulevard to cater to the growing demands for the brand in the area,” shares Walden Chu, President of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf®.  “Our goal at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® always has and will be to provide Filipinos with the best coffee and tea available out there. That’s why all our stores are located in strategic areas to make sure that we cater to as many people as we possibly can.”
 
Located in Avenue of the Arts along Roxas Boulevard, the new The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® shop is nestled amid a quintessentially Filipino setting that boasts of historic architectural structures and the world famous Manila Bay -- allowing everyone to enjoy their perfect cup of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® drink while enjoying the sunset.
 
In line with its debut, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® branch in Avenue of the Arts will be holding a special promotion that will run from December 10-17, 2011During the promo period, customers can come to the store from 12:30 to 1:30 in the afternoon and purchase the Regular Mocha, Vanilla and Caramel Ice Blended Drinks for only Php 50.

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  1. Hi, Christine! :) Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog post. By the way, just to update you: Coffee Bean replied to my email. They said they were indeed the ones who came up with that promo! Sigh. I updated my post, I posted their statement there. Sana tanggalin na yung "enter password". Hehe. Para mas masarap ang free coffee. :)

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