Amadeo, Cavite – The Coffee Capital of the Philippines

Known as "The Coffee Capital of the Philippines", Amadeo, Cavite has been harnessing the potential of its agricultural lands through the use of new technology and modern methods. Recently, more organic farms have sprouted in town, catering to the demand of not just the restaurants and hotels in nearby Tagaytay City, but that of Metro Manila and other towns as well.

Due to its proximity to Tagaytay, Amadeo is also suitable for high-class housing projects and real estate development due to its temperate climate, and lush growth of trees and underbrush. The eastern border of Amadeo connects to Silang, while Mendez and Indang are to the west, with Tagaytay City to the south, and General Trias and Trece Martires towards the north.

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Amadeo, Cavite Quick Links

Amadeo, Cavite on Wikipedia
The Official Website of the Municipality of Amadeo, Cavite
Amadeo, Cavite on the official website of the Provincial Government of Cavite
Amadeo, Cavite on the Dept. of Interior and Local Government official website

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  • Biz Buzz - 18 May 2017
    Biz BuzzInquirer.netThis road will cross Tanauan, Silang, Amadeo and Indang in Cavite until Tagaytay through the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway. This was submitted to the Department of Transportation on Feb. 27 since it was an extension of the South Luzon Expressway project, ...and more »
  • Ex-Cavite mayor gets 12 to 20 years for graft over land grab - 30 April 2017
    Ex-Cavite mayor gets 12 to 20 years for graft over land grabInquirer.netThe Sandiganbayan has convicted former Amadeo, Cavite, Mayor Albert Ambagan Jr. of unlawfully ordering construction on the residential lots of two private persons in 2008. Ambagan drew two prison terms totaling at least 12 years to a maximum of 20 ...and more »
  • Hold your white horses, Limtuaco ups whiskey game - 29 April 2017
    Inquirer.netHold your white horses, Limtuaco ups whiskey gameInquirer.netAnd for the Kahlua and coffee lovers, she introduced Amadeo Liqueur, named after the town in Cavite known as the country's coffee capital. It is a blend of all four coffee beans available in the Philippines: Arabica, Robusta, liberica and Excelsa. By ...and more »
  • After acquittal of homicide, ex-Cavite mayor found guilty of graft - Rappler 28 April 2017
    RapplerAfter acquittal of homicide, ex-Cavite mayor found guilty of graftRapplerMANILA, Philippines – Just 18 months after the Supreme Court (SC) acquitted him of homicide, former Amadeo, Cavite mayor Albert Ambagan Jr was found guilty by the Sandiganbayan of two counts of graft. In a 24-page decision dated April 5, the anti-graft ...
  • 9 rehab patient escapees recovered - Journal Online 24 April 2017
    9 rehab patient escapees recoveredJournal OnlineCUARTEL, CPPO, Camp General Pantaleon Garcia, Imus City, Cavite -- At least nine rehab patients were recovered by the Amadeo police, according to Senior Supt. Arthur Bisnar, Cavite police director.
  • Pahimis Festival: Celebrating blends and brews of Amadeo coffee - Manila Bulletin 19 April 2017
    Manila BulletinPahimis Festival: Celebrating blends and brews of Amadeo coffeeManila BulletinAmadeo, Cavite — This municipality's best and finest coffee and coffee-based products will be on exhibit in the three-day Pahimis Festival which will get off the wraps on Friday. Amadeo is known as the “Coffee Capital of the Philippines.” The local ...
  • Shawn Mendes tours Philippines ahead of concert - Philippine Star 18 March 2017
    Philippine StarShawn Mendes tours Philippines ahead of concertPhilippine StarAt the press conference on Friday, Shawn, who is here in the country for the first time, said that he visited Tagaytay City, Taal Volcano and Balete Falls in Amadeo, Cavite, among others. Shawn shared that he enjoyed the falls, which he described as ...and more »
  • Meet Mr. Good Morning - Rappler 25 December 2016
    RapplerMeet Mr. Good MorningRapplerMang Felix Angcao, 63, is a coffee farmer from Amadeo, Cavite. He worked as an engineer in Saudi for many years. Then one day, he lost his hearing on his right ear and suffered a condition similar to vertigo, which prompted him to go back to the ...
  • Amadeo Cavite Mayor holds first SOMA - The Standard 5 November 2016
    Amadeo Cavite Mayor holds first SOMAThe StandardAmadeo Cavite Mayor Albert A. Ambagan Sr. held his first “State Of Municipal Address” which focuses on health, education, infrastructure, implementation of peace and order, agriculture, and tourism development, among others. The SOMA was held recently ...
  • Bangko Sentral closes down another rural bank - 15 May 2016
    Inquirer.netBangko Sentral closes down another rural bankInquirer.netIn a statement Friday, state-run Philippine Deposit Insurance Corp. (PDIC) said it took over on May 13 the Rural Bank of Amadeo (Cavite) Inc. and its lone branch, assets and records. The bank's head office is located in Amadeo, Cavite, while its branch ...and more »

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