Indulge the Senses in Manila’s First Nespresso Boutique
February 16, 2018
Trips to favored places often included a visit to a Nespresso Boutique; be it in the chilly climes of New York in January, nothing stops the coffee afficionado from bundling up and buying a pack of their favorite variant.
With the opening of the first Nespresso Boutique in the Philippines, a desired cup of coffee is now no longer more than a car ride away. Occupying a 140 sqm space in the newly built wing of Power Plant Mall in Rockwell, the store highlights the brand’s expansive range of coffee beans. The rich aromas and flavors perk the senses and feels like coffee heaven.
“In the past, Filipinos could only enjoy Nespresso on their trips abroad. But now we bring your favorite coffee closer to you,” says Patrick Pesengco, Managing Director of Novateur Coffee Concepts Inc, who partnered with Nespresso in bringing the beloved coffee concept to the Philippines.
“We look forward to sharing more inspiring Nespresso coffee moments with coffee enthusiasts in the Philippines at home and out of home.” shares Renaud Tinel, Nespresso-Head of Asia, during his welcoming remarks.
The Nespresso Boutique is designed to fit the contemporary lifestyle of customers, allowing them to immerse their senses in the world of high quality, innovative coffee. For Nespresso, exceptional customer service is the name of the game, allowing coffee lovers to enjoy a lifelong journey of coffee exploration.
Personalized services include the Nespresso Coffee Wall, which displays the full range of the brand’s coffees, the Tasting Area where consumers can indulge in favored variants and discover new flavors, the Machine Gallery, which allows for the discoverof the brand’s machines, specifically developed to enhance aroma, crema and the tast of the coffee, and the Accessories Collection, which features the range of cups and capsule dispensers to help enhance that joyful, peaceful moment with a cup of joe.
As Tinel puts it, “There’s a whole range of options for different preferences, moods, and tastes.”
By Sara Siguion-Reyna