If you’re a fan of coffee, 2022 is going to be a great year for you, as yet another foreign coffee shop is coming to our shores. Baristart is the name of a Japanese coffee business that reportedly plans to open a branch in the Philippines. At the very least, this may be deduced from the fact that the Meridien Tower Two on 26th street in Bonifacio Global City has been boarded up.
Baristart, which is based in Hokkaido, the dairy capital of Japan, not only places a strong emphasis on locating and using the appropriate beans for their beverages, but the company has also conducted extensive research and gained a deep understanding of the various types of milk in order to pair the ideal milk with the ideal cup of joe.
As this article is being written, the coffee shop has not yet formally announced either an opening date or an official menu. On the other hand, they have dropped hints that they might bring over their famous coffee as well as their Hokkaido Milk Cream Puff. The cream puff has garnered widespread praise throughout the years, earning a reputation as one of the finest cream puffs in Singapore. However, the Japanese brand is best known for using particular kinds of pasteurized milk from the Jersey and Guernsey cow breeds.
These are the less common cow breeds due to the scarcity of the cows themselves as well as the milk that they produce; these cows also have milk with a higher fat content that leads to a creamier and richer mouth feel that is perfect for dairy products such as cheese and butter. In the world of coffee, Baristart is renowned for its use of floral but acidic Arabica beans as well as its full-bodied and darker Robusta beans. Both types of beans are used in the production of their coffee.
We are currently drooling due to all of the discussion over cream puffs, milk, and coffee, and we cannot wait to try out this new brand as soon as it becomes available.