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Quirino’s Q-Life Coffee now brewing hot and cold

Wanna have a cup of coffee in a perfect scenery? Come and let us savor the aroma of the hot and cold coffee being brewed at the Q-Life Coffee Shop.

Located at the Quirino Water Sports Complex (QWC), the coffee shop does not only offer a perfect coffee to set your mood but also a perfect scenery where you can feel more focused, energized and productive!

Aside from hot and cold coffee, Q-Life Coffee shop also serves frappe, sandwiches and chips. It is open Mondays-Fridays from 8 am to 5 pm.

The coffee shop is just a stone’s throw from the provincial capitol which makes it accessible for the capitol employees to enjoy a cup of coffee during their breaks or after office hours.

Also, the coffee shop offers perfect coffee for those who come to relax and unwind at the wakeboarding, swimming pool, and other facilities.

According to Freda Oria, shop’s manager, the operation of the coffee shop has been studied and planned for a long time with the main goal to help the local coffee growers particularly in Matag-ay Coffee Growers Producers Cooperative at Jose Ancheta Maddela, the producer of Robusta coffee.

You can find Q-life Coffee Shop at Quirino Watersports Complex near the wakeboarding area, ready to serve Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

“This is part of the Livelihood Agro-Industrial Program of the provincial government that provides a ready market for the coffee products of our farmers,” Oria said.

Oria shared that employees in the different offices including coffee lovers outside the capitol keep on coming back since the offered coffee is pure with lots of health benefits.

The Mataga-ay Coffee Growers Producers Cooperative is managed by Sir Arnold Pugong (the man standing on the left side of the photo wearing gray polo-shirt).

The place is also a perfect place for small group meetings, brainstorming, wedding proposals, blogging, birthdays, anniversaries and even big events. In fact, during its inauguration last September, it hosted the Provincial Peace and Order Council meeting which was attended by no less that Interior and Local Government Secretary Benjamin Abalos who also led the cutting of the ribbon that signaled the formal opening of the shop.

So what are you waiting for? Invite your friends and have coffee, enjoy the taste of Quirino coffee and have the opportunity to help our coffee farmers. (OTB/TCB/PIA Quirino)

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Thelma Bicarme

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