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A Taste of Davao Punch

Aug16 Published in SunStar Davao

Aug16 Published in SunStar Davao

A TASTE OF DAVAO PUNCH

by Jojie Alcantara

From August 11 down to August 21, Davao City has a new treat for visitors as soon as they arrive in the airport.

Davao Punch, a special concoction of non-alcoholic drink with a combination of guava, calamansi and pomelo, which was created by a chef of Center for Culinary Studies Davao (CACS Davao), will be served at the airport for arriving guests.

This new fruit mix was created in line with the city’s campaign published in selected national dailies which highlights the bountiful harvest of fruits and flora during the month of August, hence its celebration of Kadayawan Festival. It also showcases ten of the most vibrant tribes in the city with a tagline of Ten Tribes, One Vibe.

In a full page ad, a young lass in colorful authentic tribal costume holds a drink in her hand with the caption: “FLY TO DAVAO AND WE WILL WELCOME YOU WITH A GOOD PUNCH. At the Davao International Airport, experience our welcome drink, DAVAO PUNCH, a concoction especially made for the guests of Davao City.”

Well, you will certainly get a punch in Davao during Kadayawan Festival!

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Councilor Al Ryan Alejandre gets a free welcome drink of Davao Punch

Councilor Al Ryan Alejandre gets a free welcome drink of Davao Punch

 

Tourist gets a free welcome drink of Davao Punch at the airport

Tourist gets a free welcome drink of Davao Punch at the airport

 

DOT XI Regional Director Arturo Boncato and tourists

DOT XI Regional Director Arturo Boncato and tourists

 

Journalists Ian Garcia and Jojie Alcantara get free welcome drinks

Journalists Ian Garcia and Jojie Alcantara get free welcome drinks

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