Senatoriable Neri Colmenares thinks barako is better than Americano
Travelling to different locations for provincial sorties can be tough for a candidate running for a national post, but for Congressman Neri Colmenares, he takes comfort in enjoying a simple breakfast at a campaign stop at the Dampa in Farmers Market.
To give him the energy to address crowds, share his platforms in government and shake countless hands of his supporters in the jeepney terminals where he is headed, Cong Neri enjoyed some paksiw na bangus with coffee.
He said that the practice of serving the coffee in a cup was reminiscent of his province and added that native coffee always tastes better than Americano. (ANGEL ONG)
Almusal muna ng paksiw na bangus dito sa Dampa, Farmers Market bago sumalang sa pag-kampanya sa mga jeepney terminal. Ang kape dito sineserve sa baso, kapareho ng pag serve ng kape sa bayan namin sa probinsya. Talo ng barako ang kape amerikano. pic.twitter.com/c2L9mhTLae
— Neri Colmenares (@ColmenaresPH) May 6, 2019