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.
If you find yourself in Paranaque, be sure to go inside BF Homes and drive through Aguirre Ave. Because you’ll see here a lot of good restaurants where you can eat – one of them Songkran Thai Restaurant. Songkran means “astrological passage” in Thai – the Songkran Festival is their traditional New Year’s Day. And… Read More »
Last weekend, I was invited to attend a blogger event at Pao Pao Xiao Chi. The store, whose name means “very full” (Pao Pao) and “small snacks” (Xiao Chi), is where you can find authentic Taiwanese tea-based drinks and Taiwanese street food items at very affordable prices.
I was at the grocery the other day and a promodiser called to me to try this new Lipton Sparkling Iced Tea. It’s basically your typical ready-to-drink iced tea that’s carbonated, thus the “sparkle”.
When you say L-Carnitine in drinks, the brand on top of my mind and I think, in most people would be that of Del Monte’s Fit ‘n Right. But ever since that came into the market, many other brands started to produce their own L-Carnitine drinks – one of them is Universal Robina Corporation (URC)… Read More »
Traveling has always given me several opportunities to try out new and interesting drinks. And my recent trip to the city of Koronadal in South Cotabato is no exception. Seated along Abad Santos street is a place called Sa Balai Bistro. It’s a quaint two-story restaurant-bar owned by Chef Carlo Ebeo. Locally, this place is… Read More »
A few weeks ago, I wrote about some wulong tea weight loss information. And amusingly, that was what came into our minds when we were served freshly brewed oolong iced tea at the Cisco Flip Video launch. By the way, don’t be confused – wulong tea and oolong tea are the same, just different terms.… Read More »
Last October, I went to Bacolod to attend the MassKara Festival 2010 (see some of my photos here). But also, for me – a trip to Bacolod also means a chance to visit the Talisay Ruins. The Talisay Ruins is the ancestral home of Jayvee, a blogger friend of mine. It’s an enchanting place of… Read More »