One of the most well-known brands in the Philippines is Krispy Kreme. Many Filipino families commemorate every event with a different type of Krispy Kreme doughnut. People are willing to stand in line for long periods to receive their orders. They’d hover uncomfortably over other (eating) customers in their desire to get a table.Continue reading
Are you traveling soon to see your friends or family in the United States? You might have thought about bringing pasalubong from the Philippines, but you’re running out of favorite pasalubong ideas, or you have no clue how much they would cost you.Continue reading
Filipinos love their milk tea. Young or old, from all walks of life, it’s one of the sought-after beverages by most. Not only that, but the whole experience of getting your beverage is a nice journey, from choosing the flavor, the sinkers, and the sugar level.
There are tons of shops that have opened all across the country, but Moonleaf has always been one of the firsts. Let’s sneak a peek at some items on the Moonleaf menu.Continue reading
To say that Filipinos enjoy milk tea would be an understatement. The Philippines has officially adopted the beverage as an everyday feel-good staple, thanks to its cold, great taste, and fun, delectable sinkers like soft pearls, pudding, jelly, and even ice cream.
Milk tea stores have sprouted up left and right around the country, including Chachago. Let’s have a look at some of the Chachago menu items.Continue reading
It’s no secret that the Filipino people love their milk tea. Students, workers, moms, kids, dads — all have learned to love this refreshing beverage. The experience is also a huge draw, as you can customize drinks how you want for every visit.
There have been numerous stores opened across the country, but Chatime has always been one of the very first. Let’s have a look at some of the Chatime menu selections.Continue reading