Sunday, August 23, 2015

RECESSION COFFEE

If you want to gauge a person's stability in life, take him to Recession Coffee.

That way, you will know if he's husband material (if he pays above Php200) or if there will be no second date (What? Php50 for a good cup of coffee?).

Recession's Pay-What-You-Want concept challenges coffee aficionados to show their love for coffee by giving them the freedom to pay as much as they want for a cup.

But, because Recession Coffee and Digital Walker have a deep appreciation for a dry sense of humor, it would be good to know that your cup will also get a price badge to poke fun at just how much cash is received.
 
Give an amount greater than Php200 and receive a marriage proposal, or contribute Php50 and be mistaken for someone in between jobs. So contribute modestly at your own risk.
Php50 for a cup of coffee? We hope you get that job. 
It'd be a shame if you just pay Php50 (or less) for a cup of pour over coffee like the Panama Carmen Estate, Kenya Wakulima, and Ethiopia Sidamo Guji Suke Quto (what a mouthful!) grinds.

If you are, make up by pairing a cup with a colorful, delectable confectionary offerings by Chef Miko Aspiras. I already tried the Milo Banana Muffin and I can't wait to come back and try the rest.

Spot the #LoveWins Chocolate Cake.

If your wallet can only manage a cup of coffee,

you might as well impress the baristas with a receipt from Digital Walker.





Really. If you can afford a new case for your iPhone 6, I'm sure paying for a good cup of coffee wouldn't be an issue.

Recession Coffee by Digital Walker is located at the 3rd Floor of Eastwood Mall. To know more about Recession Coffee, follow DigitalWalkerStore on Facebook and @digitalwalkerph on Instagram and Twitter.

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