What is sikwate? If you grew up in Manila, like me, you’d probably have no idea what it is too. But during my visit in Bohol earlier this year, I was finally introduced to this decadent drink. Yes it’s decadent because it’s basically a hot chocolate drink made from cacao seeds or tableya. Now that’s… Read More »
It’s been raining quite a lot for the past few days and one of the best things to drink during this weather is definitely hot chocolate! Below now is a recipe for homemade Spanish Hot Chocolate which I was able to taste from a friend’s house the other day. I’ll definitely try making this one… Read More »
A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to a special event sponsored by Lipton Yellow Label Tea. It was a casual gathering of bloggers at Calvin Deli in Bonifacio Global City; and together with Chef Rosebuds of Quickfire, we explored the “endless possibiliTEAS” of Lipton Yellow Label Tea.
One of the more prominent local coffee shops in Singapore is O’Coffee Club or simply, Coffee Club. And I was lucky enough to visit their branch on Wheelock Place K1 during my last visit to the country. However, O’Coffee Club is not just your usual cafe, because they don’t only serve gourmet coffee and pastries… Read More »
I passed on drinking coffee for breakfast the other morning to try the NesVita Cereal Milk drink which my mother bought from the grocery the other day. I’m a chocolate lover and seeing the Choco Malt flavor was enough to convince me to give NesVita a chance.
Bo’s Coffee is a Filipino owned coffee shop which originates from Cebu. Their very first branch was in Ayala Center Cebu back in 1996. Interestingly, I remember drinking there back in 1998 when I had the opportunity to visit the region. And more than a decade after, you can see that they’ve really grown –… Read More »
When I visited Kalibo, Aklan to attend the Ati-Atihan Festival, one of the first things I looked for was a coffee shop where I could rest, relax and hangout. And in Kalibo, there seems to be only one that I truly like – the Latte Coffee Kalibo. It was drizzling that afternoon when I first… Read More »