I heard Animoto’s got a new, user-friendly interface so I created a 30-second video using pictures from the recently concluded Coffee Origins 2011, held ath the Gallry of Greenebelt 5 in Makati City.
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Celebrate the Philippine National Coffee Month this 2011 by participating in activities organized by the Philippine Coffee Board. Here’s a schedule of their activities.
If there’s something that I would like to attend, it’s the coffee farm tour. I’ve been part of this last year and enjoyed myself immensely. I was able to visit Cavite State University, the facilities of Cafe Amadeo, and the roasting facility of Gourmet in Tagaytay. Now, everyone in the Philippines can enjoy coffee farm tours such as this because PCB is making this available throughout the entire year and not just during the Philippine National Coffee Month. If you are interested to join the tour, email the PCB office at email@example.com or call 8131028 or 0908-8831218 to reserve a seat.
You can read more about Coffee Origins 2011 in The Philippine Online Chronicles: Coffee Origins Kicks Off National Coffee Month Celebrations.
Okay, I think that is enough Philippine coffee facts and trivia for now. Next time you go to Starbucks or other coffee shops with your friends, try to impress them with these. Or better yet, when you see a cute guy or girl on the counter, cite one of these tidbits of information. Who knows, you might just get a date for your company’s Halloween party. Just skip the halloween costumes, won’t yah?