Philippine Adult Chemistry Nightlife Event at the California Academy of Sciences

The Philippine Department of Tourism (PDOT) of San Francisco participated at the California Academy of Sciences (CAS) Nightlife in San Francisco on February 22, 2018, where the Adult Chemistry theme featured a series of Philippine Lambanog drinks and Philippine cuisine attendees enjoyed all night long.

PDOT-San Francisco’s resource speaker was Infanta Lambanog, a US distributor for Philippine Lambanog. Event goers enjoyed a Philippine Weng Weng and Mestizo cocktails as well as sampling them straight. Philippine cuisine such as Lechon (roasted pig), Garlic Noodles, Fried Green Beans, and Lumpia was also served.

Infanta Lambanog presented twice about Philippine Lambanog; the tourism destinations where they are produced (Quezon and Batangas), history, and the step by step process on how it is made (Harvesting, Fermentation, Distillation). They also touched on the sustainability of coconut plantations as well as what other products are produced through coconuts.

Located by the stairs leading down to the Philippine Coral Reef Tank, the Philippine Tourism Table distributed promotional giveaways through a prize wheel and information about Philippine destinations.

CAS researchers spoke about restoration and conservation efforts for Philippine coral reefs in the African Hall. Specimens collected from their trips were also displayed in the Project Lab and by the Swamp areas for event goers to observe up close.

CAS is a natural history museum that houses one of the world’s deepest living coral reef tanks; the 212,000 gallon Philippine Coral Reef Tank. CAS sends their research teams on expeditions to the Philippines to learn more about the center of the center of marine biodiversity and give efforts for restoration.

###

 

<photo> PDOT-San Francisco Team Alessa Lopez, Nadine Tanjuakio and Renz Katigbak with Infanta Lambanog CEO Randy Ramiro and Joanne Boston from Filipino Food Movement at the California Academy of Sciences Nightlife Event on February 22, 2018.
PDOT-San Francisco Team Alessa Lopez, Nadine Tanjuakio and Renz Katigbak with Infanta Lambanog CEO Randy Ramiro and Joanne Boston from Filipino Food Movement at the California Academy of Sciences Nightlife Event on February 22, 2018.

 

<photo> Infanta Lambanog CEO Randy Ramiro during his Adult Chemistry Presentation at the California Academy of Sciences Nightlife Event on February 22, 2018
Infanta Lambanog CEO Randy Ramiro during his Adult Chemistry Presentation at the California Academy of Sciences Nightlife Event on February 22, 2018

 

<photo> PDOT-San Francisco team Alessa Lopez and Nadine Tanjuakio engaging event goers to spin the wheel for promotional giveaways and answering inquiries about Philippine destinations.
PDOT-San Francisco team Alessa Lopez and Nadine Tanjuakio engaging event goers to spin the wheel for promotional giveaways and answering inquiries about Philippine destinations.

 

<photo> Adult Chemistry Menu featured Philippine Lambanog cocktails and Philippine cuisine at the California Academy of Sciences Nightlife Event on February 22, 2018
Adult Chemistry Menu featured Philippine Lambanog cocktails and Philippine cuisine at the California Academy of Sciences Nightlife Event on February 22, 2018