Get ready to feel nostalgic with these three new eats around Metro Manila.
1. Banapple Introduces Their Take on the Ovaltine Shake
Remember all those mornings when you would prepare for school? Your breakfasts would usually consist of pan de sal and instead of coffee, the mini version of you would sip on hot Ovaltine? Get ready to bring those memories back because Banapple just launched their own version of the Ovaltine – the Ovolcano. It’s basically an iced version of your favorite chocolate drink mixed with milk and topped with Ovaltine powder. Take a sip of this chocolatey goodness for only Php150!
Banapple has various branches around Metro Manila
2. No Need to Wait for the Yakult Lady With Black Scoop Cafe’s Yakult Soft Serve
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If you just can’t get enough of those tiny bottles of Yakult, you’d be delighted to hear this news. Just a few weeks ago, Black Scoop Cafe started offering a Yakult Soft-Serve. This new flavor will let you enjoy that familiar sour taste that you love in refreshing and cooling ice cream form. Each serving will cost you Php100 with a cone and Php110 with a cup. Now, you know what to say the next time someone asks you if “Ok ka ba tiyan?”
Black Scoop Cafe has various branches around Metro Manila
3. This Flavor From Sebastian’s Will Remind You of Dirty Ice Cream
Every Pinoy kid has experienced waiting for Manong Sorbetero to pass by the street on a hot afternoon. Now you don’t have to sit around waiting to hear his bell because this ice creamery has just launched a new dessert – the Fiesta Bonsai Sundae. It’s made with Ube Brownies and Sapin-Sapin ice cream. What’s more exciting is that they’re offering this flavor at Php20 off all summer, so you better not miss it!
Sebastian’s Ice Cream has various branches around Metro Manila
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