This month, our friends over at The Second Mile Coffee, Curve Coffee Collaborators, The Good Cup Coffee, and Ballentine’s sent us exciting packages to celebrate our love for drinks. We’re more than happy to share our haul with you.
To start, The Second Mile Coffee sent us two goodies: a Time More Electric Mini Kettle and a Time More Chestnut C2 Grinder. The kettle is new to the market. Right off the bat, we can see that it’s a standard gooseneck kettle, albeit smaller than the usual size. Its handle has a copper tip. The electric base is a 220-volt piece of tech that boasts a completely touch-based adjuster. Pretty cool.
Meanwhile, the Time More Chestnut C2 Grinder looks sleek with its gunmetal coloration. We’ll make reviews of these two products somewhere down the line, so stay tuned. In the meantime, you can get your own Time More Electric Mini Kettle through The Second Mile Coffee’s running promo: for Php 4850, you get the kettle AND three bags of coffee. If you ask us, that’s quite a steal.
Next, we have Curve Coffee Collaborators’ Lake Napalit kit, featuring a coffee varietal from the aforementioned place in Bukidnon. Inside the environmentally-friendly box are three different ways to enjoy the coffee: a bottle of cold brew concentrate, a bag of whole beans, and a box of drip bags. We are frankly impressed by this package and couldn’t wait to review the coffee as soon as possible.
On a similar note, The Good Cup Coffee sent us their own coffee as well. Unlike Curve’s three different ways to enjoy one varietal, The Good Cup sent us three varietals each to be brewed in one way. These are the El Paraiso Gesha, the Ethiopia Gesha Village in drip bags, and the Ethiopia Kilenso. We’ve already reviewed the surprisingly affordable gesha (Php 90 for a cup?!?) in a previous video, which you could check out on our YouTube channel.
Finally, Ballantine’s sent us a nifty tote bag that came with an eclectic set of goods: a grey hoodie, a blue tee, a pint glass, a can of Coke, and a single lime. Also, they came with two bottles of blended scotch whiskey (which are probably what we should’ve led with). We’re still thinking about what to make of this package. Is it a puzzle? Is it preparation for a big event? The truth is probably a lot simpler: maybe they want us to make whiskey soda with a splash of lime. We’ll see.
Which one of these babies are you excited to learn more about? Share it with us in the comments section of our video!