Coffee Redefined

October 17, 2019

Unadulterated pop-ups and humble coffee corners have long pioneered the third wave coffee scene in Cagayan de Oro. Added to that are local and international franchises that have became staples to the Kagay-anon coffee aficionados. However, a conceptualized homegrown coffee shop that will serve dependable third wave coffee has not been realized, not until the outset of a new go-to place for authentic caffeine treat and its complementing fares, that is, H Proper Coffee Roasters. It is a truly remarkable Kagay-anon pride that promises to bring the best approaches to roasting and brewing local and international beans while offering the best delights that will complement them.
This coffee shop and patisserie rolled into one sets the barometer of what Kagay-anon third wave coffee should be. Their symphonic selections of artisan coffees, meticulously prepared, and fine cakes and pastries, baked to perfection, are truly a feast to both eyes and palates. Its presence is an utter testament of the ever flourishing and improving third wave coffee scene in the city, comparable to other cosmopolis.

The Coffee

The wide swath of selection varies from drip, nitro brew, cold brew, espresso, americano, cappuccino, flat white, and latte. They also offer pour-over coffees with beans such as Ethiopia Hambela (fruity, some florals, smooth, clean, and balanced), Honduras El Tanque (berries, fruity, and juicy), and Kenya Neri Ichamama (fruity, syrupy, citric, and sweet). 

The Pastries

On the other hand, their solid caffeine concoctions are best paired by their luscious baked goods such as cakes, muffins, scones, brownies, artisan breads, among others. But the winner which took all were their cronuts. Their own rendition of this hybrid food trend fares just right to offerings from other upscale bakeries. 

Head over to H Proper Coffee Roasters as they redefine coffee with premium quality processes and upscale dining experiences. They are located beside Blue Energy, Masterson Avenue, Cagayan de Oro City. They are open Sundays to Thursdays, from 6:30 am to 10:30 pm, and Fridays to Saturdays, 6:30 am to 12:00 mn.

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