Last weekend, I was able to finally get a taste of the Tanduay Ice Alcomix. I’ve been curious about this product ever since it was launched but I never really got around to ordering it except last Saturday. My initial hesitation with drinking Tanduay Ice is that I’ve never really been a fan of rum,… Read More »
It’s Christmas and although it’s not a tradition in the Philippines, I’m planning to make some Eggnog later. For those interested to know how to make Eggnog, here’s a nifty video tutorial. Happy holidays!
Ginebra San Miguel Gin used to be called Gin Bilog or Kwatro Kantos but now, it goes by the cool and hip name, GSM Blue. GSM Blue is basically gin, which is a spirit stronger than vodka. It is now typically mixed with juice or clear soda, unlike before when it was taken as shots,… Read More »
Today I’m writing about distinctively one of the best places you can hangout for a drink if ever you’re in Manila – the WhiteMoon Bar (yes, it’s just one word with a capital M, according to the staff). WhiteMoon Bar is located at the second floor of Sunset Quay Mall, adjacent to the Manila Ocean… Read More »
I remember when flavored lambanog was the choice of spirit of the urban youth. Years ago, in almost all house parties I go to, you can expect flavored coconut wine to be served. Those were the thoughts going through my head when I saw this booth of Dory’s Lambanog while walking inside the One Town,… Read More »
The first time I tasted Absolut Vodka was when I was a college freshman, and ever since then, it has become one of my preferred spirits. Absolut Vodka is a Swedish brand of vodka which comes from Åhus, Scania, in southern Sweden. It is the third largest brand of alcoholic spirits in the world after… Read More »
Some of my friends who were able to read my post about Nama Sakana Sushi Japanese Restaurant got interested with the mojito drink. So for those who asked me how to make an authentic Cuban Mojito, then here are a couple of mojito recipes that a bartender friend of mine gave me. I hope you… Read More »
Last week, I was privileged to sample a few of the new dishes that Nama Sakana Sushi Japanese Restaurant is serving its customers. It was a great night of food and drinks with fellow bloggers. And it was my first time to eat sushi and sashimi with mojito – yup, it was a Japanese-Cuban flavor… Read More »