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Zerothreetwo Conversations: Interviews with the Creative Class


Mar 25, 2019

A big part of the Cebu experience is the food and drink. We're lucky to have an incredible variety of restaurants, cafes and bars. Anything from Filipino to Italian to Korean food and everything else in between, you name it, we've got it. Expect to hear more insight on these topics in the podcast.

 

This is why when Kahlil Corazo told me that he recorded a conversation with coffee trainer and cacao enthusiast, Vassily Lissouba, I told him to send me a copy of the recording. I learned so much from listening to the two of them talk. I asked Kahlil if I could publish the interview on Zerothreetwo Convesations. Fortunately, he said yes.

 

Chocolate happens to be my weakness. I love chocolate a little too much. Just ask anyone from my immediate family. And honestly, I've fantasized about retiring in a coastal town, opening a small cafe, and hanging out by the water. The contents of this episode is filed under the good to know once I have my own cafe.

 

In this episode, we talk about the coffee culture, cacao in the context of the Philippines and the rest of the world, the roots of Tablea, and cacao farming in Mindanao.

 

Enjoy this episode!

 

SHOWNOTES

Kahlil Corazo (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

3rd World Startup

What is a Mastermind Group

Kenneth Reyes Lao

Peter Corazo

BRGY Donuts

Tightrope Coffee

Cafe Myriade

CIDAMi

Cacao Culture Farms in Davao

Akesson

 

Where can you find Kahlil?

bio@corazo.org

https://twitter.com/kcorazo

 

Where can you find Vassily?

https://www.instagram.com/cacaoroadtrip/

 

 

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Music is Piano March by Audionautix