We invite you to the FREE screening of Mostra’s short film, “Mostra Coffee Origins: Our Philippine Journey Back Home Vol. 1.”
As immigrants and the sons and daughters of immigrants, our driving passion and inspiration for our company is our Filipino cultural heritage and the desire to source high-quality speciality coffee beans from the Philippines.
Directed by Steve Cachero of Cachero Studio, “Mostra Coffee Origins: Our Philippine Journey Back Home Vol. 1,” follows the Mostra Team's 7,000 mile journey from San Diego, CA to Sitio Belis, Benguet, Philippines to shine a light on this lesser-known coffee belt region.
It is not just coffee origin trip, but a trip back to origin and to the land where we all came from.
SCREENING + Q&A with Director/Director of Photography Steve Cachero and Mostra Coffee Team
Friday, August 30, 2019
6:30pm (Please arrive early)
Angelika Theaters in Carmel Mountain Ranch - Seating is first come, first serve.
Screening for our short film is free, but due to limited seating, you must reserve your seat.
If you need to cancel, we would appreciate being notified. Please email email@example.com
AFTER PARTY: 7pm at Mostra Coffee - Carmel Mountain Ranch
Promptly following the screening is an after party at Mostra Coffee - Carmel Mountain Ranch. There will be a BBQ pop up event taking place during the after party by The Meat Up SD. Plates of BBQ will be for sale. Mostra will also be launching our new multi-sensory, caffeinated beverage program, “Studio Artsom.”
We highly recommend that you PRE-ORDER your plate of BBQ + “Studio Artsom” Drink Special for $20. Link to purchase below.
The Meat Up SD BBQ Plate:
Tri-tip | Pulled Pork | Baked Beans | Potato Salad | Hawaiian Roll
STUDIO ARTSOM Drink Special:
Introducing Studio Artsom by Mostra Coffee. Caffeinated Alchemy. "The Antithesis of the traditional coffeeshop experience" Our unique way of highlighting the versatility of coffee through creative technique and education, while bridging gaps between a multitude of crafts. A multi-sensory caffeinated journey. (*It’s Mostra spelled backwards!)