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A Great Cup of Coffee in the Philippines

Discussion in 'Hobbies and special interests' started by Brian, Feb 19, 2016.

  1. birdwatch

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    Amazon says $0.47 / ounce which would be 3 cups for me and that's 8 pesos per cup... awesome!!!
     
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    There ya go! Start a coffee shop business that sells cups of Folger's Colombian brewed coffee that is nice and strong and I'll be one of the many customers. But now that I know you are only gonna pay 8 pesos per cup then I only want to pay a max of (8 x 4) 32 pesos retail.

    Good luck with your new business :-)
     
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    LOL! I don't want to work when I retire!
    "Are you drunk!?"~ Jim Gaffigan:hilarious:
     
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    Don't know if anything has changed since September last year but Bo's Coffee in Robinsons had a supply of Filipino single origin beans from different parts of the Philippines. Worth trying.
     
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    Bo's has great coffee, Coffee Groove has terrific coffee, Alima has terrific coffee, most likely a lot of other places here also, and the Philippines has great coffee << Arabica, Liberica (Barako), Excelsa and Robusta >>. Did you know that in late 1800's, the Philippines was the world's fourth largest coffee exporter, .. In 1889, coffee rust hit our shores. I like the Arabica the best..
    http://philcoffeeboard.com/philippine-coffee/
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