It’s no secret we love coffee, even if the situation doesn’t seem appropriate such as our country being a hot climate. There’s no such reasoning when it comes to coffee! All the more reason why the coffee scene is alive and thriving here, but what if you want to start your own franchise but have no capital to start a full store? That’s where frappe franchises save you money! Below are the most popular frappe franchises you can consider starting!
1. Star Frappe
What better way to beat the heat by quenching your thirst with your favorite cold caffeinated drink? Or maybe you’d rather have a milk tea or shake? Whatever it is, Star Frappe can cover your thirst! Their packages are reasonable and their growth are ever-expanding so don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Franchise cost – P79,000
Semi High End Kiosk Cart
Complete Set of Heavy Duty Equipment
Utensils and Wares
Initial starting supply worth P3,000
Crew hands-on training
Video Training & Operations Manual
Costing and Pricing Manual
Notarized Franchise Agreement
After Sales Support
No royalty fee and renewal fee.
Return on Investment: 5 to 6 months
Address: #17A Ground flr. St. Martin Bldg. Westpoint St., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines 1109
Farroncinno was conceptualized by two lovebirds, Farwa and Hombre, who shared their passion for coffee when they studied in a university and even when they started a family. They believe that quality coffee and frappe should be appreciated by everyone regardless of their social status. You don’t get that kind of passion like these two often, it’d be a missed opportunity to not do business with them!
Capital Investment – P500,000 to P1.8M (inclusive of franchise fee of P168,000)
Location size – 4 to 12 sqm
Three types of franchise:
Cart – Offers frappes and smoothies
Kiosk – Cart package plus hot drinks and over ice (espresso machine not included) Full Café – Kiosk package plus milk tea and yogurt
Address: 49 Magnolia St. Roxas District, Quezon City, Philippines
Telephone no.: (02)208-3321
Mobile no.: 0922-803-3322
3. House of Frappe
House of Frappe focuses on the aesthetic of Filipinos and their longing for home and family, that is why it is specifically created to cater to the taste buds that remind Filipinos of their loved ones made with craftsmanship and love. Currently they expanded their offerings from basic coffee to yogurt-based coffee frappe to satisfy the cravings of many Filipinos!
Franchise cost P250,000 for the package
Contract: 4 years
Continuation fee of P3000 per month
Location of 6 sqm
Initial fee of P50,000 for three different types of franchise:
Trademarks and logo
Equipment for stalls
Staff and staff training
Research and development
Opening day assistance
Entire business set-up for cart & kiosks
2 x sets of staff uniforms
Telephone.: (02) 475-6164
Mobile no.: Sun (0943)145-7686 / Globe (0906)362-7152
Contact Person: Ms. Myra Dela Cruz
4. Redbucks Coffee Shop
Yes, the name sounds similar to Starbucks, maybe that is part of the joke of not being able to franchise them. Redbucks started in 2009 with cold coffee drinks and espresso in SM City Baliwag. They now have 30 outlets all around the nation. They are proof that people will do business as long as you provide what they need, that is quality products!
Mobile no.: SUN (0925) 771-1092, Globe (0905) 668-0802, Smart (0998) 374-6837
5. Foss Frappe
Foss Frappe is high in demand for their perfect blend of frappe cream with chocolate, how they mix well with the coffee and milk base. People can’t get enough of their ice-blended coffee and ice cream it would be a service to support their business! There are currently 36 branches around the nation and they are looking for eager franchisees to promote their expansion and growth!
Investment fee – P195,000
Term: 4 years
Continuation fee – P3000 months after expiration
Total Capital Investment – P300,000
Location size – 4 sqm
Equipment and Utensils
Operations Manual on Loan
Research and Development
Address: Unit 303 Moldex Residences, Paso de Blas, Malinta, Valenzuela City, Philippines