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Monday, March 11, 2019

Where to go to in Amadeo Cavite: Olivia's Coffee Estate

Of the many things that I love, travel and coffee are on the top of my list. I love exploring new places- a weekend budget vacation is always in my mind. And yes, I only drink coffee on days ending in Y.

Recently, I was in OLIVIA'S COFFEE ESTATE- a place that both gave me the comfort of a nice weekend trip and coffee. It was the perfect blend!


Almost 2 hours travel from Manila and one will be able to reach Amadeo, Cavite. Known as the "Coffee Capital of the Philippines", it was named after King Amadeo I of Spain. Liberica, Robusta, Excelsia and Arabica beans abound in Amadeo. They even have a coffee festival. Pahimis Festival is a thanksgiving tradition being celebrated every April. Back in the day, they believe that giving away their last can of coffee harvest to others will yield to an abundant harvest next season. 


Olivia's Coffee Estate is a private vacation resort for rent with pool and jacuzzi. The upper floor of the 3-storey house has 2 big rooms that can accommodate 20 persons. Both rooms are air-conditioned. (It was freezing cold during the time we were there and we have to turn off the AC. Well, Amadeo is very near Tagaytay- hence, the cold weather.)

The spacious rooms has 2 queen beds and extra mattresses are also provided. It also has a LED TV and built-in cabinets for your  bags and things.

There's also a commodious T&B with hot and cold shower.

The 2nd and 3rd floor have big balconies. It's the best spot to see the whole place- nice greens, colorful flora, the blue pool ,the chapel and events place. The lounge area was perfect for 'chikahan' and taking photos for IG!

Food can be ordered at Olivia's Coffee or you can bring your own food items. Guests have an access to the kitchen area.

The aquaphile in me was happy with its blue pool. It was clean and without that foul-smelling chlorine. The jacuzzi was also inviting.

After our dinner, we had some pamper time. The coffee scrub was divine. The smell of ground beans on my skin was invigorating. After the session, my skin felt super soft-like that of a baby. It was one of the best pampering I've had experienced. Note that the coffee scrub is an option the guests can avail when they are at the resort. I guess it costs around P600-P800. But it's totally worth the price!


The place can be rented over night for P15,000. Check in time is at 2PM. Check out time is at 12NN. To book, you can contact Miss Irah at 0916 4222075 or message them on FACEBOOK.


Olivia's Coffee Estate
059 Bucal, Amadeo, Cavite

Private Car:

via Gil Puyat LRT 1
  • Get on Metro Manila Skyway in Makati from Buendia Ave/Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave and Finlandia
  • Follow Metro Manila SkywayS Luzon Expy/Pan-Philippine Hwy/R-3 and Governor's Dr to Conchu Rd in Trece Martires
  • Continue on Conchu Rd to your destination in Amadeo
via SLEX
  • Follow Metro Manila SkywayS Luzon Expy/Pan-Philippine Hwy/R-3 and Governor's Dr to Kaong in Carmona
  • Continue on Kaong to Silang
  • Turn left onto Emilio Aguinaldo Hwy/R-2
  • Continue on Silang-Banaybanay Rd to your destination in Amadeo
via Tagaytay
  • Follow Emilio Aguinaldo Hwy/R-2 to Buho-Talon Rdin Amadeo
  • Continue on Buho-Talon Rd to your destination
  • Ride a bus bound to Trece Martires- Indang (there's one near the Manila City Hall and Coastal Mall). Drop by Manggahan- Gen. Trias Drive. 
  • Ride a jeepney going to Amadeo. 
  • Ask the driver to drop you at Olivia's Cafe.

Before you go or after your nice vacation at the Olivia Coffee Estate Resort, make sure you drop by Olivia's Coffee by Aldabok. For someone who loves coffee or just wanting to satisfy their cravings- this is the place to be in Amadeo.


Their sisig pizza is a must try. YOU.SHOULD.NOT.MISS.IT.

The 3 cheese pizza (P145) is also a tantalizing treat guaranteed to make any pizza and cheese lover drool. Combine it with lasagna (P150) and a good, hot cup of coffee- it's something you can't resist. Don't forget to try their puto bumbong (P49) too!

If you're looking for something heavy for the tummy, they offer rice meals and rice toppings. The best thing about this- it comes with coffee!

Their Rice Meals include: Grilled Liempo (P135), Beef Stroganoff (P155), Beef Salpicao (P145), Beef Tapsilog ( P130) and Hawaiian Pork Glaze (P135).

A variety of Rice Toppings (served in bowls), priced at P99,  are also served: Chicken Tocino, Pork Binagoongan, Tapang Taal, Pork BBQ and Pork Sisig.

Their pasta also comes with free coffee. I love their Adobo Pasta (P119). Their Chicken Pastel (P125) will also make you swoon. Also available are Garlic Shrimp pasta (P129), Creamy Tomato Pasta (P120) and Lasagna (P150).

And of course, the star of this cafe is their coffee and frappe! Their VIA'S BLEND is one of the best I've ever sipped!  The hot drinks are at P85 and the frappe is at P115. And since they have their own coffee plantation, you know their coffee are of the best and finest beans!

We had our food and coffee cravings satisfied at Olivia's Coffee. As an added treat, we were also given a coffee lesson/session. We also had the chance to prepare our own cup. Isn't that wonderful? Those who wish to venture into this kind of business or wanting to know about how to become a barista may also inquire with them. They conduct trainings and seminars. Or if you wish to inquire about their coffee production, contact Miss O at 0925 6866363.

All ears and eyes. Prepping for cupping. 

 Looks professionally done, eh? This was prepared by my good friend Maiko. :)

Miss Irah, our very good trainer for the day. 

Olivia's Coffee Estate is a perfect getaway for families and friends for its decent facilities and great service. Take a quick drive or some 10 minutes walk from the private resort to Olivia's Coffee by Aldabok and enjoy their coffee and delicious meals.

It will only take about 2-hours drive from Metro Manila to Amadeo. Have a fun vacation down south at Olivia's Coffee Estate.


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