I know that that’s tricky to say at the start of anything, but I am saying it anyway. 🧡 My goal at every turn as a designer is to make sure that all the details are grounded on authentic #Filipino culture, heritage, thoughts, and feels. Those, I think, is the recipe for designing something meant to last. Trends are fun and cool, but for our brand, #kapetayo #coffee, we are here for the long term and onwards for our next and coming generations to experience and share our Filipino warmth with every cup. Ganito kami magkape!”
We’re starting a movement! This is our chance as a community to start and create a new Filipino Cafe Culture that is based on consideration and respect.
❤️❤️❤️ This is my new program for#KapeTayoCoffee – I hope this also helps other dining establishments in the country.
I like the idea that one day, we shall have our own CAFE CULTURE in the Philippines that we can be proud of, something that we can share with the rest of the world and say, “when in the Philippines, this is how we have our coffee” – a real and true undertaking of respect and consideration, and actually, what effective hospitality means!
*Na kapag pumasok ka sa isang cafe sa Pilipinas, alam mong SAFE SPACE ito at resrespetuhin ka ng mga katabi mo, at igagalang ang iyong pagkape whether alone or with friends and family.
One of KapeTayo Coffee’s (formerly KKK Coffee Philippines) most critical spot inspector, Brian’s mom, Mrs. Angelina Tenorio, and here with former Philippine Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Patricia Sto. Tomas — at our first branch of KKK Coffee at 47East. Joining them are Brian Tenorio and Jamir Ocampo