Starbucks Philippines Icon Mug

ABOUT THE DESIGN OF STARBUCKS PHILIPPINES ICON MUG

Starbucks Philippines released Philippines Icon Mug featuring the Philippine Eagle also known as the Monkey-Eating-Eagle .  The Philippine Eagle is Philippine’s national bird.  It is one of the rarest, most endangered, largest and most powerful birds in the world.  The monkey-eating-eagle is endemic to the forests of the Philippines. It has brown and white-colored plumage, a shaggy crest, and generally measures 100 centimeters in length and weighs 8 kilograms.

Mug # 14 | Starbucks Icon Mug | Philippines Starbucks Icon Mug

The other side of the Philippine Icon mug features Banaue Rice terraces.  The rice terraces of Banaue are considered as one of the greatest engineering works in the world.  They were built more than 2000 years ago using indigenous materials.  The rice terraces are listed as UNESCO World Heritage site.

Mug # 14 | Starbucks Icon Mug | Philippines Starbucks Icon Mug

ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES

The Philippines is a tropical country and is famous as a beach haven because of its world class beaches.  Among the popular beaches are El Nido, Boracay, Cebu, Davao, Camiguin and Palawan.  The Philippines is also rich in other natural resources which are at par with the best in the world.  More than that, Philippines is famous because of Filipino hospitality.

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

REMARKS ABOUT STARBUCKS PHILIPPINES ICON MUG

Starbucks Philippines Icon Mug is still available in the shelves.  This icon mug is available in all Starbucks branches in the Philippines at 450.00 (roughly 10.50usd) per piece.

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