Seattle’s Best Coffee Unveils New Christmas Inspired Drinks Along With Renewed Partnership with World Vision Plus THE SBC DREAM JOURNAL

Seattle’s Best Coffee Philippines kicked off 2012 holiday by unveiling its four seasonal coffees available for a limited time at its locations nationwide. The four new blends are Coffee Hazelnut, Cookies and Mint, Espresso Jelly and Caramel Apple.  Each is a unique blends of rich flavors embodying the holiday spirit.

 

I was able to try the new, fruity offering for the season which is Caramel Apple. It is  a blend of Espresso combined with apple syrup and white chocolate sauce, then garnished with caramel sauce, cinnamon powder and whipped cream.  It’s a seasonal indulgence worth savoring repeatedly all throughout the holidays!

The launch was called Hippie Holidays. There was a number of Hippie-inspired activities including a hippify-me booth where Ning and I picked our pretty flowery headbands to get into the spirit, giant bubble making…..

…live outdoor silk screening,live graffiti art from Deejae Paeste and Vernon Perez and live music from the soulful, Sino Si Kat. Marc Nelson hosted the event.

The launch also served to renew a new long-term partnership between the premium lifestyle coffee retailer and prominent children’s foundation, World Vision.

World Vision Ambassador Sam Concepcion with World Vision Children

The SBC Dream Journal

The SBC Dream Journal 2013 is a fantastic way to start the year right. Creatively conceptualized, it is packed with features to gratify the meticulous planner. There also are numerous treats in every journal: each comes with Seattle’s Best giveaways for more value for money.

The journal comes in five attractive colors to suit everyone’s tastes – red, blue, yellow, purple and brown – and has monthly calendars and generous writing pages.  Seattle’s Best is also making available a free engraving service for guests to customize their journals.

Seattle’s Best guests need only collect 18 stickers on their SBC Dream Card during the promotional period to get this beautiful planner for free.

What’s more, they get to enjoy 18 of Seattle’s Best’s freshly brewed premium coffee drinks along the way, and help send children to school, too. A portion of the proceeds generated from the total sales of each completed SBC Dream Card will be donated to global charity partner organization, World Vision to benefit its children’s educational programs.

One sticker will be given for every SBC drink bought (excluding bottled drinks). Guests need to purchase 10 regular SBC drinks and eight (8) holiday drinks to qualify for the journal. The SBC Dream Card will be available from October 23, 2012 to January 31, 2013 at all Seattle’s Best branches.

Comments

  1. Ghel Alegonza says

    i love this era where everything is “hippie” and colorful. the mugs are to die for and so does the drinks.

  2. Che says

    hmm… I think I’ve tried Seattle’s Best coffee only once. I would love to try their seasonal coffees but they don’t have Seattle’s best here in Germany.

  3. Teresa Martinez says

    I have yet to try their seasonal blends but I’m sure it is as good as you described it. The free engraving service for the journals will be a sure hit for SBC regulars.

  4. Mary Anne Vinzon says

    I am not a coffee lover but seeing those yummy Seattle Best Coffee they all look good.I wanna try the four new coffee.

  5. Bless says

    I didn’t know they also have it there in the Philippines already. They sure have a good marketing campaign and lots of good stuff too.

  6. says

    I actually like the coffee from Seattle’s Best better than that of Starbucks, but sadly, most of Baguio did not agree with me, so they closed their store here. :( Super bummer. :( It also looks like their planners are way better than that of Starbucks! :P

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