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Saturday, April 19, 2014

A Taste of S.O.U.L. in La Union

While some of you are probably preparing to bid goodbye to your uber fun summer vacation at the country's Summer Capital, here I am sharing one more food spot that I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy and will leave a smile on your faces just before you go back to your normal lives.


Going down via the long and sometimes skull racking zigzag road of the Mountain Province  to the flatland of La Union is one of the many challenges every traveler has to face just before reaching the flat and straight road of North Luzon Express (NLEX). I, myself, is not a fan of those zigzag roads, especially if I am coming from Baguio City. Other than the fact that it's so hard to say goodbye to the Pine City, the zigzag road from Baguio to La Union is just so hard to tolerate. It sickening and deafening at the same time.


But did you know that there's a better way to deal with this not-so-good experience? Let's just say that there's a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and in this case, the pot of gold is represented by S.O.U.L Cafe or the Spice of Urban Life at Camp One, Rosario, La Union.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Casa Noble Tequila Now in Manila

Made from 100% organically grown "blue agave", the critically acclaimed and acknowledged as one of the finest ultra premium tequila brands is finally here in Manila. Yes, I am talking about Carlos Santana's tequila, the Casa Noble Ultra Premium Tequila.


Welcomed and celebrated at Sage, Makati Shangri-La, Casa Noble Ultra Premium Tequila also presented its newest brand ambassador and shaker, Manila’s very own Party King, Mr. Tim Yap, who is an avid tequila enthusiast.

Tim Yap

Casa Noble Ultra Premium Tequila is the perfect toast for every occasion. It's widely sought after for its unique aroma, smooth taste and distinctly satisfying velvety finish. It has that licorice flavor that we love about tequila and at the same time that kick that will make you ask for another glass.
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