Get to know the coffee picks of Cebuanos

Immae Lachica 10/01/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines— October 1 is a date to remember for all coffee lovers around the world because it is International Coffee Day! Here in Cebu, coffee enthusiasts are already growing in numbers. Gio Visitacion, one of the…

Coffee keeps me going!

Immae Lachica 07/21/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines— What keeps you going? Many of us are fuelled by our dreams, family and the will to be better in the future. But for sure there is this one thing that helps in pushing…

El Niño’s heat hurts coffee, corn in Tuburan

Rosalie O. Abatayo 04/21/2019

CEBU, Philippines — The plantation of coffee in Tuburan town, 92 kilometers northwest of Cebu City, has not escaped from  the effects of the weak El Niño looming in the province and the entire country. Tuburan Mayor…

Friends mourn death of ‘Blazing John Michael’, recall his great love for coffee

Immae Lachica 04/14/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines—”Blazing John Michael” Hermoso was a dear friend to many especially to those whom he taught to love coffee. While they bade him goodbye through their social media posts, Hermoso’s friends also expressed appreciation for…

City dad calls for more police presence in city’s streets, CCTVs in establishments

Delta Dyrecka Letigio 04/12/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebu City Councilor David Tumulak, deputy mayor on police matters, is calling on the police and barangay tanods to tighten the security in the city following a shooting incident inside a coffee shop…

How our obsession with these ‘pricey’ planners is contributing to the slow death of our environment

12/05/2018

Whether you agree or not, these specially crafted planners have become an “annual obsession” for Filipinos. Every year, you can expect loyal customers to burn cash just to get their hands on this most coveted limited-edition planner. And to…

SM City Cebu brings back Coffee Festival at the Northwing

PR 09/22/2018

IN CELEBRATION of the evolving coffee culture worldwide, SM City Cebu brings back the interactive Coffee Festival from Sept. 19 to 23 at the Northwing Atrium, a platform to promote local craftsmanship in specialty gourmet coffee with…

Life is like coffee

RICKY GABUT 09/08/2018

Drinking coffee is more than just for the sake of enjoying a mix of sugar, coffee, water, or even some cream. Coffee keeps memories and experiences that will never be repeated again. Every time I drink coffee,…

PRIME TIME

Clint Holton Potestas 12/23/2017

“I AM on the right age,” confirms Rachel Alejandro, 20 years later since she slipped into the character of Paula Marasigan—the tweetums, Jolina Magdangal of the pre-World War matandang dalagas—in the restage of a Nick Joaquin musical…

Talking coffee

Rina Jimenez-David 11/28/2017

Coffee has a rich heritage in the Philippines. The first coffee tree was introduced in Lipa, Batangas in the 1740s by Spanish Franciscan monks, and so enthusiastically did farmers take up the challenge that the province soon…

Bo’s Coffee celebrates a Philippine White Christmas

10/23/2017

DREAMING of a White Christmas? This year, Bo’s Coffee turns those dreams into reality as the proudly homegrown brand introduces new drinks for the holiday season. First up is the Flat White, a popular drink hailing from…

Bo’s Coffee Northdrive opens

Cheche Lara 10/09/2017

  There’s a new place for you to get your daily dose of homegrown brew as Bo’s Coffee opened their newest branch at the Northdrive, Mandaue City last September 8. Situated in the upcoming development of Northdrive,…

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