Cafe Jasmin: Coffee, Art and Poetry

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I've always wanted to visit Cafe Jasmin as I've read a lot of good reviews about it. I haven't got the chance back then because it's a bit far from where I'm staying. Fortunately, it's one of the stops during the Cebu Food Crawl 2016 and I got really excited about it.

Fast forward to that day, we arrived and I can't wait to taste their coffee because I also need my dose of caffeine that day (haha!). As you enter the place you can already see and feel the artistic vibes of it. It has more space on their 2nd level.

My most awaited moment, trying out their coffee! They gave us a sample of their flat white and latté. I had the latté and I must say it's the best one I've tasted. I'm not usually into Lattés because they are usually bitter and I would probably end up putting a lot of sugar in it. I always prefer ordering white mocha in coffeeshops. But Cafe Jasmin's latté is an exemption! No bitter taste, it's so rich and aromatic. I'll definitely comeback and order a cup. Also, I have to commend their skillful baristas for their exquisite latté art.

Cafe Latte

They also serve meals. The Japanese Chicken Curry is a must try! 

M&Ms and Blueberry Cheesecake. YUM!

Cafe Jasmin also supports Art and Poetry. They have events featuring artists to help promote their craft and teach people as well. Kota Yamada, a writer, just released his book Lost Hearts (I have yet to buy a copy). He was able to recite few lines from it. I'm a fan of poetry and I was happy to learn about his works.

If you want to have a copy of Lost Hearts pre-order it by sending him a message on his facebook page: Get it for P599 only!

Visit Cafe Jasmin at #3 Ezone, F. Cabahug St. Mabolo, Cebu City. Opens from Mon-Sat. For more details and inquiries click

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