Homegrown coffee dances to a new tune - SunStar

Homegrown coffee dances to a new tune

By Abegail Kionisala
Photo by Arni Aclao

A GOOD cup of coffee and great music – what else can make your coffee experience more exquisite?

From the interiors to the coffee itself and the menu, Bo’s Coffee never fails to show pride and glory in all things Filipino-inspired. And what better way to boost the ultimate coffee experience but to listen to soothing music that captures the essence of what Bo’s Coffee advocates.

ONE SOUND, ONE BREW. Songstress Ella Melendez, Cattski Espina of 22 Tango Records, Koh Onozawa of Loudbasstard, Bo’s Coffee CEO Steve Benitez, and Bo’s Coffee COO Ivy Benatiro raise a toast to a partnership born out of good, homegrown music and coffee.
ONE SOUND, ONE BREW. Songstress Ella Melendez, Cattski Espina of 22 Tango Records, Koh Onozawa of Loudbasstard, Bo’s Coffee CEO Steve Benitez, and Bo’s Coffee COO Ivy Benatiro raise a toast to a partnership born out of good, homegrown music and coffee.

Steve Benitez, Bo’s Coffee chief executive officer, is set to introduce to the country the importance of affirming Filipino music and artistry, as Bo’s endorses homegrown businesses and local indie music. In partnership with Cattski Espina of 22 Tango Records and Koh Onozawa of Loudbasstard, Bo’s Coffee fully embraces the concept of being truly homegrown.

“Bo’s has really embraced its own identity of being homegrown. And being homegrown, we support homegrown businesses, such as social enterprises, and local entrepreneurs who have products that carry global standards,” Benitez said of Bo’s partnership with young entrepreneurs who share the same creative, homegrown vision is essential in the rebranding of the Bo’s Coffee experience.

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