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  1. Nesto Farm
    Nesto Farm June 3, 2014 at 11:36 pm |


    We are happy to see our Philippine coffee (barako) is being recognized and marketed around the globe. Nesto farm is interested to venture and support your project.
    Nesto farm is a 35 has. of arabica coffee plantation located in Bobok, Bokod, Benguet near the vicinity of mount Pulag with an altitude of around 7,000 to 8,000 ft. above sea level.
    We look forward to be one of your suppliers and partners in the days to come. visit Nesto farm at facebook.

    Best regards,
    Mars Bangsalan

  2. Mikee
    Mikee December 8, 2014 at 2:28 am |

    A pleasant morning,
    I am Mikee from GreenMac Overseas Corporation. I want to ask if you would like to have a coffee sorter for the coffee beans. If they are interested of our machines I can send pdf file for the specification and details about “COFFEE SORTER”
    I would appreciate your early response in advance.

  3. Tia
    Tia August 10, 2015 at 9:57 pm |

    Hello i am visiting Philippines and currently staying with family in Manila. I recently discovered that that Philippines has amazing coffee production when i read about civet coffee. I would love to do assume coffee tasting and bring bags back with me to the uk. Can you recommend where i can find thus ethically sourced brand in Manila, and where i might go to learn and sample more Filipino coffee? Thank you .

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