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    Posted April 9, 2012 by
    ThianHermosa
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    Baguio City, Philippines

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    ‘Mr. Hot’ Brings Intense Heat This Summer

     

    Baguio City, PH—From selling a cup of coffee using a small basket in the city parks, Carlito Roazul is now a part of the history of the Summer Capital of the Philippines.

     

    Ruazol alias ‘Mr. Hot’ is a bartender in Hyatt Terraces Hotel; but unfortunately, the killer earthquake in 1990 makes him out of his job.

     

    A year right after the disaster, he decided to leave his family in Baguio and work for Manila. He was employed in Manila Peninsula and Shangri-La Hotel as a bartender.

     

    "Living in Manila without my family is hard" said Ruazol, so he decided to stay in Baguio for good in 2006.

     

    Having no permanent job when he went back, he worked as a coffee vendor wearing different fashion like the tribal wear of CAR [1]. That makes the reason to interview him by international & local papers and some Philippine television programs.

     

    From that incident, Great Taste Coffee was also attracted by his extra-ordinary charisma and donated a cart where he can display his coffee packs with an aquarium below.

     

    Aside from coffee packs, he is also serving his own blends of coffee that makes you kiss the sun this summer.

     

     

     

     

     


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    [1] Cordillera Administrative Region, PH

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