Hello guys! Let me tell you about the coffee grown here in the Philippines. Most local coffee comes from the place here in the Philippines called Batangas and we often called it 'Kapeng Barako' translated as 'wild boar coffee.' But actually they really didn't come from a wild boar nor does the coffee bean look like a wild boar. It was during the Spanish era here in the Philippines when the Spaniards branded them as 'varacco' or wild boar because of its distinct taste and had that strong 'kick' taste which probably was the reason why it was called varacco. Kapeng Barako is actually much better tasting than the other commercial types of coffee such as arabica, robusta and excelsa. But its use was more of being a drip coffee in making espresso. If you visit Manila or the Philippines, try to drink a cup and know the difference. I'm sure you will like an espresso of Kapeng Barako.