A lot of people have been asking me to post the full version or complete lyrics of the “Good Morning Sa Inyo” theme song of Nescafe 3-in-1 Sweet ‘n Mild. It seems that the radio version is longer than the television commercial version, and so for those who are looking for the “Good Morning Sa… Read More »
For years, debate has been going on whether or not coffee is good or bad. And many studies have shown that despite the ill effects that drinking too much coffee brings; this popular beverage – if consumed in moderation, can really be good for one’s health. A couple of years ago, I’ve written a blog… Read More »
Coffee Dream, one of Cebu’s home grown coffee company, has been aggressively expanding all over the country. They now have branches in Metro Manila, Cavite, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, Davao and many others. Recently, during my third Soccsksargen Experience Tour, I was able to hang out in their branch inside KCC Mall in General… Read More »
I’ve been hearing Nescafe’s Sweet ‘n Mild commercial jingle entitled “Sunshine” a lot lately; but not from the radio or television, but from people almost everywhere. Is this song going viral and becoming a nationwide LSS (last song syndrome)? I don’t know but in my area, I think it is.
Last summer, during my Davao Food Appreciation Tour, I got the chance to participate in the Pamahaw sa Tibolo Village activity sponsored by the Department of Tourism Region XI. Thanks to Regional Director Art Boncato, I was able to experience a traditional breakfast menu with our brothers and sisters of the Bagobo Tribal Community in… Read More »
Have you tried Nescafe 3-in-1 Brown ‘N Creamy? I’ve always wanted to know how it’s like but never had the chance until a couple of days ago. I’m not really a fan of 3-in-1 mixes because I prefer a different ratio of instant coffee, sugar and creamer for my drink, which most 3-in-1 coffee products… Read More »
Here’s something that I wish Dunkin Donuts Philippines have in their stores – the Coolatta. I was able to drink this at the Singapore airport while waiting for our flight to board for Siem Reap. If I remember it right, it costs around SGD 2.50 so that’s roughly almost PHP 100.
Since there is human interest behind it, there seems to be limitless possibility for change and innovation. Consider the evolution of a simple pastimes in history, coffee. This is a beverage people have consumed for a long time, and many consumers have a particular soft spot for this drink, since it’s equated with ideas of… Read More »