Brgy Iruhin, Tagaytay, 4120 Cavite, Philippines

The New Coffee Project at Crosswinds, Tagaytay

Coffee Project, Crosswinds, Tagaytay

Something new in Tagaytay! The former Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf (CBTL) at Crosswinds, Tagaytay is now Coffee Project. Yep, just across Cafe Voila. I know many people will miss the former CBTL. I am not sure why they closed but we can guess that it is probably pandemic which is sad because they were here for years already.

They just opened last month and I went there to see what's new and to give you news. It is just five minutes away from our house. This is the first and only Coffee Project (yet) here in Tagaytay. Crosswinds Tagaytay is owned by the Villars and so Cafe Voila and Coffee Project.

Coffee Project, Crosswinds, Tagaytay

The place is just the same. It's kinda small but it looks a lot fancy now. As expected from Coffee Project. Their interiors are always fancy.

And with the new normal, customers are required to check your temperature and fill out their form for contact tracing. No face mask, no entry. There are no other people when we arrived there but people started to come by minutes after. As expected since it was Friday.

Coffee Project, Crosswinds, Tagaytay

Dine in is allowed. There are plastic barriers on the tables but I think it's still a bit crowded or the tables are still a bit close to each other. 

Operating Hours (as of November 7, 2020)

Monday - Friday

8am to 8pm

Saturday - Sunday

7am to 9pm

Coffee Project, Crosswinds, Tagaytay

They didn't change the entire place but they added more on the interiors. I only tried Coffee Project once. So yeah, this is just my second time and I'm surprised they have variety of pastries and cakes.

Coffee Project, Crosswinds, Tagaytay

I went there with my cousin to also shoot for a campaign. We're thankful that there are no other people yet when we arrived. I was able to take photos of the place.

This is what we ordered:

Coffee Project, Crosswinds, Tagaytay

I just realized that their food and beverages are quite pricey. Haha! My cousin ordered Matcha Green Tea Frappe which I can't really give you a food review because it's not my order and I didn't taste it. Haha! I ordered the Iced Caramel Coffee and it is good! It's a perfect match for the cake.

Our favorite purchase is the Sea Salt Caramel Cake. It's expensive though! It's 230 pesos per slice, but damn, it's soo good! And it's a little big. There's caramel on top and creamcheese with caramel in the middle. The chocolate cake is not that sweet which is good because it tones down the sweet taste of the caramel. There's a chocolate bar on the side and it also tastes good! 

Before we went home, we strolled around and did a little photoshoot. Hehe! Crosswinds Tagaytay is known for the Baguio vibes and pine trees. They also have Christmas decorations every year. But I guess we're too early. Haha! They're just about to set it up when we got there. 

I really miss going out and going to events! I go out when I feel that the place is safe. I always practice social distancing and I sanitize every now and then. Please also do this when you go out. We just remove our face mask for photo purposes and when eating. 

My Facebook post went viral and there are mixed reactions on this one. Please know that I went here to give you news because I want to give you updates and reviews regarding my hometown, Tagaytay. 

Anyway, if there's you want me to feature or review something, just let me know! 



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