Woolloomooloo Christmas Coffee Hampers: and the winners are …

Congratulations to Pei and Katrina.  You are the lucky winners of a Toby’s Estate coffee hamper courtesy of Woolloomooloo.

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In case you missed it, Pei wrote:  

Christmas has become meaningful to me since I have had a family in Australia. I love doing Christmas shopping for them in big department stores and little lane way shops in Taipei, it gives me a warm feeling in cold December. I also enjoy the atmosphere of having a Christmas meal in a nice restaurant with good friends. Even though we may not be Christian, it is still exciting to have a reason to dress up and to share the moment with loved ones in Taipei, where my family and best friends are.

And Katrina shared with us that:

Coming from a small town, I love the options for celebrating Christmas in Taipei. Restaurants put on some interesting menus and you can find something for any budget. I also love the music put on at the National Concert Hall and in different open-air squares around the city on Christmas Eve. It seems people in Taipei love finding reasons to have fun and brighten up an otherwise dreary winter season in the city.

Hope celebrating breakfast on Christmas to the fragrance of freshly roasted Australian coffee from Toby’s Estate helps to make Christmas even more special for you both this year.

Merry Christmas,

Taiwanxifu

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About taiwanxifu

‘Taiwanxifu’ (pronounced ‘shee foo’) means ‘Taiwan daughter-in-law’ in Chinese and has been my nickname ever since I married my Taiwanese husband, Sam. I love sampling Taiwanese food, even local specialties such as stinky tofu, pigs blood cake and Taipei beef noodle soup with offal. But there are many other options on the menu. Promise!
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  1. Katrina says:

    Thank you so much for lovely coffee! It was just what I needed when I arrived back from NZ a few weeks ago. I hope to make it to Woolloomooloo for a coffee one day soon.

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