Discovering something new is always exciting, especially when I least expect it! Do you agree?
I am very fortunate to have been invited by the makers of Nescafe-in-a-can to spend a weekend discovery to only-God-knows-where. We boarded on a bus and off we go to somewhere I don't usually go to. From the clues and trivia given on the way to our destination, I felt so much excitement!
When I was younger, I used to see Filipino movies having scenes of doing pottery. It appears fun, though dirty, because it allows one's creativity to shine through a finished product of ceramics. I felt so blessed because our first stop was at Crescent Moon in Antipolo where we got the chance to tour around the molding, heating, and painting processes. What's more, I got to actually see a revolving tray while molding the clay. Fun, yet messy if done wrong!
Our final stop was at Pinto Art Museum where we saw the different antiques and artifacts of religious miniature structures. We also got to tour around a big area where there were paintings illustrated in different mediums.
A few minutes into lunch, Nescafe-in-a-can's brand ambassador Bianca Gonzales joined us to talk about how she is really a fan of coffee and how this Nescafe-in-a-can is so convenient to lug around whenever we discover things anywhere around the Philippines.
Nescafe-in-a-can has three variants - Latte (flesh/brown), Mocha (blue) and Espresso (green). Whether you like it tasting milky, sweet with a hint of chocolate or intense shot of coffee, there's always one flavor that will fit you. As for me, it's a toss up between Latte and Mocha for that summer chillax flavor. Both Latte and Mocha comes in SRP of Php29, while the Espresso in a smaller can is at an SRP of Php18.
Next time we go out and explore the world, let's not forget to bring our handy companion Nescafe-in-a-can, so we can feel the delightful kick to gear us up for more discoveries we could ever imagine.