Free Taste Of World's Most Expensive Coffee
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Kape Ti Musang, Kape Milo or Kapeng Alamid is touted to be the world's most expensive coffee at P14,000/kilo as compared to P150-300/kilo of usual Philippine coffees.
The coffee beans are harvested by wild cats in the rainforest of Benguet and Mindanao and is known by different local names but generally called Kapeng Alamid.
Now, coffee aficionados can get a free taste of this popular and sensational coffee at COFFEE ORIGINS, the annual coffee festival of the Philippine Coffee Board.
The first 50 visitors of COFFEE ORIGINS at the Greenbelt 5 and Greenbelt 3 malls will get a free taste of this expensive coffee on October 17 and 18. The free coffee is sponsored by CAFEX, Roasters of Batangas Harvest, Cafe Montealto and Continental Coffee and Cordillera Coffee of Frank and Grace Young.
Come to the COFFEE ORIGINS Festival from October 13 to 21 at Greenbelt 3 and October 13-26 at Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center. Many other coffees from small estates in the country will be sampled for free during the two-week event.
Log on to www.philcoffeeboard.com.ph to join Coffee Farm tours and seminars this October, in celebration of Coffee Month.