Your dear foodies would love to take a bite out of these mouthwatering treats made in the Philippines
A project of the Cordillera Conservation Trust, The Good Roast’s lovingly grown and meticulously picked coffee beans help save the forests, as well as the livelihood of people in the region (P350/250g).
International award-winning Malagos Premium Unsweetened Chocolate is great as a pastry base, or for making a comforting cup of cocoa (P450/500g).
Nostalgia in a bottle
Very Buttery Lucky Polvoron by The Blue Kitchen (P180/12 pcs).
Don Papa Rum straight from Sugarlandia (P1,250).
Letrasko’s slate tapas board (P1,700).
Take a bite, it’s alright
Mary Grace Fruit Cake, aged to perfection, is a classic Christmas treat that makes a great gift for all your Titas of Manila (P480). Mary Grace Café; +63 2 8232954.
Delish — bar none
Theo & Philo milk and single origin dark chocolate bars, also available in funky, fearless flavors like calamansi, adobo, siling labuyo and more (about P105/bar).
Party perfect Memz Premium Pork Chicharon (P100).
Bottled Lemon Garlic Tinapa (P330) and Spicy Tuyo (P220) by The Blue Kitchen.
Spice it up
Homemade Pineapple Habanero Jam by Ella Eats (P240).
Domesticity’s Estelle Fishnet Tote (P895) for your Sunday market shopping buddy.
Ensaymada by Cunanan Bakery (P425/6 pcs). Cunanan Bakery, Multi-Purpose Hall, Valle Verde 2, Pasig. For orders, call +63 2 6310798 or 6329967.
Don’t panic, it’s organic
Preservative-free Spiced Vinegar by Wholesome Food (P100).
This article first appeared in the November 2017 issue of Smile magazine.