Starbucks Bacolod Icon Mug

ABOUT THE DESIGN OF STARBUCKS BACOLOD ICON MUG

Starbucks Philippines has released Starbucks Bacolod icon mug that features a steam locomotive and a sugar cane plantation.  The Starbucks Bacolod icon mug as well as its tumbler counter part is predominantly purple in color.

Mug Number 1 | Starbucks Icon Mug | Bacolod Starbucks Icon Mug

The Sugar industry in Negros dates back even before the Spanish colonization but it has become a major industry only in 1850s. During these years, steam locomotiveswere used to transport the harvests from the fields to the milling plants.  Even until today, some of these steam locomotives are still in use!

The Starbucks Bacolod Icon Mug is part of the 2008 Starbucks collection. The Starbucks Bacolod icon mug as well as all Starbucks Icon mugs in the Philippines are manufactured in China.

Mug Number 1 | Starbucks Icon Mug | Bacolod Starbucks Icon Mug

ABOUT BACOLOD

The City of Bacolod as well as the entire province of Negros Occidental is famous because of its sugar industry.  Negros Occidental is the sugar capital of the Philippines.  As a matter of fact, the province of Negros Occidental is one of the riches provinces in the Philippines and has the most number of cities – Bacolod, Bago, Cadiz, Escalante, Himamaylan, Kabankalan, La Carlota, Sagay, San Carlos, Silay, Sipalay, Talisay and Victorias!

REMARKS STARBUCKS BACOLOD ICON MUG

Starbucks Bacolod Icon Mug is still available in the shelves.  This icon mug is only available at Starbucks Bacolod branch at 450.00 (roughly 10.50usd) per piece.

There is only one Starbucks store in Bacolod which is located along Lacson Street.

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