This holiday season, Bo’s Coffee, in partnership with social and cultural enterprise ANTHILL Fabric Gallery, provides coffee lovers with a delightful Christmas offering that carries Filipino pride. This homegrown brand has proudly launched its limited edition Coffee Origins Patch Tumblers, the perfect gift that blends Filipino culture and talent by showcasing the artistry of local weavers from indigenous communities all over the country.
The beautiful limited edition tumblers feature a variety of fabrics from Sagada,Benguet, Mt. Matatum, Mt. Kitanglad, and Mt. Apo where Bo’s Coffee sources its 100% Arabica beans.
The featured fabrics in the tumblers include a variety of fabrics from Sagada, Bontoc, Kinan-ew, and Abra patterns representing the Cordillera Regions of Sagada and Benguet. In addition to that,the Abaca Pinanggabol made of abaca/hemp and woven by the Daraghuyan-Bukidnon tribe from Mt. Kitanglad adds an extra colorful twist to the entire design. Also includd is the famous T’nalak created by the dream weavers of South Cotabato, linking it to the origins of Mt. Apo and Mt. Matatum.
To avail of the tumblers, customers must collect 12 stickers on their Christmas Cheer Card at every minimum purchase of 250php at any Bo’s Coffee outlet. The tumblers are easily up for grabs by topping up cash after collecting 4-8 stickers. Everyone has until January 15, 2014 to collect their stickers. The limited edition Coffee Origin Patch Tumblers may be redeemed until March 2014.
The Coffee Origins Patch Tumblers features a tapestry of hues and patterns combined so intricately one cannot help but admire the skill of the artisans behind it. “The launch of our tumblers and our partnership with Anthill Fabric Gallery reflects our pride in homegrown talent and our vision of positively impacting people’s lives,” comments Bo’s Coffee CEO Steve Benitez. ” We encourage customers to be engaged and share Filipino pride in owning our Coffee Origins Tumbler by using the hashtag #BosCoffeeChristmas.