You can have the best coffee franchise in the Philippines easier to grab than franchising to other countries. Coffee shops and coffee shop restaurants are one of the top franchises and franchise business opportunities anywhere because millions of people indulge to coffee and its irresistible treats that always make a day lovelier and alive. Could your day be complete without a cup of your favorite cappuccino or latte? Could you be any more active without having a cold choco mocha frappe? For a coffee lover like me, I don’t think so.
Make my Coffee Franchise
In this hub I’ve listed the best franchises an entrepreneur or franchise coffee lover would rather choose if he’s seeking a sure way to achieve profits quickly and higher than any other coffee shop franchise out there. They are the best because they are the top coffee franchise that are the considered the whip cream of a perfect cold coffee frappe of a coffee lover. Majority of these coffee franchise opportunities are proven successful already and are well known not only in the Philippines but worldwide as well.
Best coffee shops to franchise and their costs
Starbucks Coffee Franchise
Since Starbucks is not available to franchise, I still listed it here in case you want to open a Starbucks coffee licensed store. And we all know it’s the biggest coffee house in the world operating thousands of branches internationally. To know more about franchising Starbucks and opening a licensed store, go to the link below:
Seattle’s Best Coffee Franchise
Seattle’s Best coffee is so available to franchise and it’s a subsidiary of Starbucks Coffee. Yup, if you can’t franchise Starbucks, you better open a franchise of SB coffee because its name is as big and tempting as Starbucks. Its unique smooth coffees, mouthwatering full-day menu and amazing guest experience will tell everyone why Seattle’s Best coffee is one of the best coffee houses out there. Everyone knows Seattle is the epicenter of coffee culture. If you’re capital is enough, opening Seattle’s Best café might be the best option. Ok so now the moment you’ve been waiting for, the complete requirements and cost of Seattle’s Best coffee franchise are below. You can be a qualified applicant and or franchisee if your answers to the following questions are YES:
- I want to get in on the ground floor of an exciting business opportunity.
- I have translatable business experience and/or ownership skills related to the operation of a coffee franchise.
- I am able to operate multiple locations.
- I have a net worth of at least $1 million and liquidity of $250,000
- I can secure my own financing.
- I have knowledge and insight into the markets I will operate in.
- I will be 100% committed to making my coffee franchise the best it can be.
- I want to work hard, have fun and be an ambassador for the Seattle’s Best Coffee brand in my local market.
**Data of franchise requirements were from Seattle’s Best Coffee official website
To view the complete process of franchising SB coffee, go to their site.
Gloria Jean’s Coffees Franchise
Gloria Jean's is now the one of the largest franchised retailers of specialty coffees with over 900 locations worldwide. It is maintained and established into the expertise of professionals at one of the oldest and most experienced franchised coffee organization in the world. Gloria Jean's won’t stop introducing taste-tempting hot beverages and refreshing Chillers, gourmet flavored coffees and blends. Their coffees are pretty unforgettable. I would have coffee-overdose LOL. Gloria Jean’s chillers are simply addicting. The franchise requirements to open a Gloria Jean’s coffee shop are below:
- To become a Gloria Jean’s franchisee, you must have a net worth of $450,000 including $250,000 of liquid assets
- The initial franchise investment for a store without drive-thru ranges from $278,555 to $560,395; with drive-thru ranges from $402,100 to $673,700; a kiosk ranges from $181,250 to $346,850; and a Gloria Jean's cart ranges from $63,400 to $170,600.
- Term of franchise is up to 10 years. Royalty fee is 6% of net sales.
- The franchise fee is $32,500 for a full line coffee store, $16,250 for a kiosk location or $5,000 for a cart.
If you’re interested to apply for franchising at Gloria Jean’s coffees, go to this website.
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Franchise
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf has a rapidly growing franchise in 22 countries around the world and still expanding. Coffee Bean is founded in 1963 in Los Angeles with a mission to serve the best coffees and teas in the world. The coffee shop has known with its dedicated service and quality lifestyle experience and cozy ambiance. How inviting that is! Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf has prepared a simple thorough franchise process for anyone who would be interested to franchise a café. Initial franchise fees, investment and net worth requirements however are not disclosed due certain variables. I’ve summed up the franchise process below for any interested party.
You have to submit contact and business info and in-depth background info and initial telephone contact with them to discuss your interests. You have to check too if your territory is available to set up franchise. Once qualified, you have to complete all qualifications and requirement. After that, there would be a home office discovery day. Then you will seal the deal and all legal aspects. It’s time to set up your site, supplies, hiring and trainings staffs. Then grand opening day!
Visit the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf’s website to learn more about your franchise plans.
Mocha Blends Franchise
Mocha Blends was one of the pioneers in the Philippine café industry. Making the Philippines its home, it set up a roasting coffee house in 2003. MB’s coffee shop business captured the hearts of many by serving their coffee as Mocha’s choice beans for all its espresso-based coffee. They have numerous coffee shops in the Philippines and just started their branch overseas by opening a coffee shop in Indonesia. Mocha Blends is on continual expansion and aiming its mission.
It’s very affordable to franchise Mocha Blends because it’s not yet known worldwide. But it’s already very much patronized here in the Philippines and in Indonesia. Mocha Blends offers three types of franchise: Mocha Blends Pavilion, a full store and a kiosk type. Below are the franchise fees and requirements to franchise Mocha Blends.
Initial franchise fees are:
P 350,000 (Espresso Bar)
P 700,000 (Kiosk)
P 750,000 (Full Store)
Franchise term is up to 5 years renewable.
Royalty is 5% of gross sales.
Estimated franchise investments are:
P 2M (Espresso Bar)
P 3M (Kiosk)
P 5M (Full Store)
Franchise package includes the right to its name, proprietary marks, site selection approval, ongoing support and training of staffs, operational manual and opening assistance.
Mocha Blends official website.
Figaro Coffee Franchise
Franchsing Figaro coffee shop interests me, too. This coffee house is one of my top five. Their tempting concoctions of coffee are a heartwarming experience. I freaking love their cappuccino, Café Au Lait and of course their Figaro frosts that could fade a tiring day away. I was surprised to know that Figaro sources its coffee locally to help the livelihood of coffee farmers in the country. How patriotic! The pre-qualifications and requirements to franchise Figaro Coffee shop includes your desire, passion and enthusiastic attitude of loving the business, commitment of time and resources to Figaro system, compliance of its franchise rules and standards, and a minimum franchise investment of 5 to 8 million pesos, suitable to your café site and location. The complete franchise application process is discussed to their official website.
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Rose on September 28, 2016:
Im a coffee lover and tried almost all well known coffee shops.... Still all the same flavor despite we know there are 4 variety of beans to excluding specialty beans like civet varieties. And the only coffee shop that is far different from the rest that I tasted and had a distinctive bold forest flavor is from Barako Haus Bf Homes branch with cheapest price at Php 85 unlimited already and has many choices of beans too including civet beans... Think they are using liberica variety which we know is the rarest of all..I learned they are supplier of 5 star hotels too.. planning to go back to get franchise of my own with their affordable investment package of only Php 3.5M with a function room... Surely Im a winner...
Cayen on December 23, 2014:
BARAKO HAUS is open for franchise. I have seen enquiries about franchising a coffee shop. I'd like to introduce to you the BARAKO HAUS, we had the four variation/blends available, the Robusta, Excelsa, Arabica and Liberica coffee blend. If you're interested to know more of our products, let us know. You may reach us thru this email email@example.com and mobile number 09228389589.
We also supply civet coffee. Proudly Philippine made.
ashleigh berou on July 08, 2013:
twentyfive (author) on May 06, 2012:
Will do once I need some :) thanks!
lamps.bell on May 03, 2012:
im selling a coffee table and chairs (antique style) please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
twentyfive (author) on April 09, 2012:
It's a yummy pleasure to share this :) Thank you Sozocoffee
Pamela Lee from Washington State on April 05, 2012:
Thanks for listing the prices of some of the franchises, it is a real eye opener.
Ryan on March 25, 2012:
Hi there! i would advise you to change about the Seattles Best Coffee. Its not a subsidiary of starbucks.
twentyfive (author) on July 20, 2011:
omg have some coffee you josh lol
josh on June 28, 2011:
i really dont understand my goosh!
twentyfive (author) on April 14, 2011:
Yup very tempting :) Thanks chspublish :)
chspublish from Ireland on April 14, 2011:
Good ideas and encouragement here for the franchisee. Very tempting ideas.
twentyfive (author) on February 04, 2011:
haha the magic effects of the aroma of cofee :)
Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on February 04, 2011:
I can almost smell the aroma from those coffee houses from here. Oh wait...it is coming from our kitchen! :-) Enjoying some dark roast coffee right now.
twentyfive (author) on January 07, 2011:
:) I'm glad my Tagalog lessons are effective, Mik :) Espresso coming up :)
Micky Dee on January 07, 2011:
Salamat! I do love the espresso!
twentyfive (author) on September 23, 2010:
A day wouldn't be complete without a cup of coffee. hahaha but it's gonna be amazing to open a coffee shop business right? Thanks Tony :)
tony0724 from san diego calif on September 21, 2010:
I am probably to lazy to open my own franchise. But caffeine is the only thing that is keeping my heart pumping at this time. So I am always enthused about a cup of coffee !
twentyfive (author) on September 21, 2010:
Yup yup, what coffee bean and tea leaf serves just so rejuvenating plus gloria jean's coffees are so inviting. Lots of coffee shops out there to try. Surprisingly yummier than starbucks LOL
Mentalist acer from A Voice in your Mind! on September 21, 2010:
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf and Gloria Jean's sound attractive,twentyfive,as a fresh face would do better around this area,than the idea of a franchised fast-food coffee as Starbucks would be seen as;)