Jollibee is back again with their new batch of University Floats. Same as last year, the colors of the University floats are red, yellow, blue and green. If I remember it correctly, last year, red was watermelon-flavored, yellow was dalandan, blue was “bubblegum” and green was apple-flavored.
Baguio City is known for many tourist spots. One of the less popular destination, but really a must-see place is Tam-Awan Village – Baguio’s Garden in the Sky. Located at Pinsao Town Proper, Tam-Awan Village is an artist’s haven that showcases Cordillera art, culture and history inside the 2.5 hectare mountain-side property.
One common question that friends ask me, because they know about this blog, is where the best iced tea in the city is. My honest answer is that I don’t know which one is the best, but I do know what my favorites are – and one of them is the iced tea at The… Read More »
The newly opened wing of the Alabang Town Center has given metro south a handful of new dining and drinking places for me to try. One of them is this tea place called Gong Cha – which never fails to move me into a PCD song whenever I see it.
Every time I tell someone that I blog about beverages, a good number of them would ask me if I’ve already written about Serenitea. I don’t know why I haven’t blogged about this very popular milk tea place in Metro Manila, but it doesn’t matter anymore… because I’m writing about Serenitea today.
Merry Christmas everyone! As a gift to all my readers, subscribers and visitors here – let me share with you a couple of non-alcoholic Christmas drink recipes which you can easily prepare this holiday season. Of course, you can always buy sparking apple cider and other non-alcoholic ready-to-drink alternatives in the grocery but wouldn’t it… Read More »
One of metro’s preferred spirit, Tanduay Ice has released two new flavors: Red Mirage and Blue Illusion. The photo below is from Container Bar (C-Bar) along Macapagal Avenue, where Asia Brewery apparently launched the two new Tanduay Ice variants last week.