MUSK MATAMIS ITO. All this time we thought MUSK MELONS (locally called HONEY DEWS) are imported into the Philippines. This is because they are quite rare and if you are able to find them, quite expensive. We’ve had a chance to carry Musk Melons a few weeks prior, those were good. But these babies, these are way better. We know they are, we have had a chance to compare. You know they are, they are coming from the same farmer that grew the MELONS WITH WARRANTY. His name is Aaron Cacho of San Jose, Nueva Ecija. That’s him right there with both Mega Melons and Musk Melons and in the second picture, him holding a Musk Melon. Here is our Musk Melon cooling it under the free-flowing water of Camp Mingan for na hour. Here is our Musk Melon opened to the sound of “Oh What a Night” by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Our Spotify carbon dates us but these melons, they will make you feel young and youthful.
We’re looking for 100 members to join a SNAP BUY for San Jose Musk Melons (they’re in RuRi House now!) and pay P500 for 3 kilos. Founder Members, for all they are doing to help push the group forward, shall get an extra Musk Melon.
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