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Here's a new discovery about beer that could change your life: an ice-cold brew may be beneficial as a post-workout drink.According to the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, light or low ABV beer can rehydrate you after a session.
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Davao-based Malagos Chocolate needs no introduction, being one of the best-known Filipino tree-to-bar chocolate brands—and their 100% Premium Unsweetened Chocolate (P475/200 grams) is a must-try. This multipurpose chocolate comes as hexagonal discs that you can mix with milk and your desired amount
Make sure to set your calendars.
The thing about coffee is that it's not just about getting your caffeine fix in so you can get going on a groggy Monday. There's a whole realm dedicated to exploring how beans from different origins, roasting times, and the like—as well
You’ll love this a latte!
Whether it’s warming you up on a gloomy afternoon, or accompanying you on your study sessions, a cup of coffee is always a good idea. You can get your caffeine fix almost anywhere around the metro, but there’s an up-and-coming coffee provider
It only costs P100!
Buying coffee from Starbucks isn't the most affordable option if you need coffee in your system. The most expensive drink they have at Starbucks and Starbucks Reserve cost P210 and P270 respectively. But if you don't have more than a hundred bucks
Take a break in Tagaytay!
As the lockdown restrictions ease because of the vaccine rollouts, people are going out again to safely dine in restaurants and cafes outside their homes. One of the popular places to go to for that well-deserved break and a change of scenery
For a taste of sunshine in a bowl.
Naturally sweet and perfect on a hot day, smoothie bowls are a fast favorite that goes way beyond being just a smoothie in a different form. It's similar in that it blends together ingredients like fruit, optional dairy, and other ingredients into
No need to travel far to get your fix!
Remember the good ol' pre-pandemic days, when summers meant taking a trip to Siargao and frolicking under the sun the whole day? Vacations at the island were always made more memorable with a visit to Shaka Cafe—the all-day breakfast spot known for
Featuring flavors distinct to the different Japanese prefectures!
When at Starbucks, it doesn't get any cooler than their Frappuccinos—their iced-blended drinks (some versions of which have coffee) that are hailed for their cold and creamy consistency. What's also great about Frappuccinos is their versatility: We'll take the classic Coffee Frappuccino
There are two new drinks and three new cakes!
Greet the new month with the new items on the Starbucks menu, starting June 8. You have two new drinks, three new cakes, three new pastries, and a vegan-friendly pasta dish to look forward to!The two new drinks are the Chocolate Choux Cream
From a coffee maker to an air purifier, and so much more!
Summer’s not over yet, and with most of us continuing to spend the season indoors, it’s only natural to want to spruce up our home experience with cool yet practical items we can easily shop. Which is why for this year’s Preview
It's all about the safety and quality of the food.
Are you confused about food that have "best before" or "expiry" dates? Do you throw out food that have expiry dates beyond today?You're not alone. Many people believe that these dates mean that the food is no longer edible and should be
It's available in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa for now.
It's always a treat to see what new drinks Starbucks has got under their sleeves, whether in the Philippines or abroad—after all, they've come out with gems like the Cherry Pie Frappuccino in Japan, and the Avocado Yogurt Blend in South Korea.
The classic ref cake gets a French-inspired twist.
Mango float was probably one of the first desserts you ever made or had at home. It's easy to prepare—just layer away and chill, no baking needed! And with its combo of lightly spiced graham crackers, juicy mangoes, and cream, it's always
Even Mayor Vico Sotto himself already had a taste of their scrumptious biko!
Who doesn’t love the sweet taste of biko? A staple kakanin for every Filipino household, it’s a true Pinoy snack that will never let you down. And ordering it from a store wittily named Mayor Biko? Even better!As the name suggests, this
Here's a cool cafe to add to your bucket list!
Imagine getting your daily cup of joe from the small stand down your street. We don’t just mean that instant 3-in-1 that you can snatch from a random vending machine, mind you—we’re talking good quality local brew supplied by actual coffee farmers.
Available for a limited time only!
We hardly need to tell you that the summer months in the Philippines can get seriously hot. But what's great about the season is that you've got an excuse to gorge on all sorts of ice-cold treats—and no Filipino dessert better exemplifies
No need for mixer, oven, and steamer!
Now that we're under strict quarantine rules again, I'm pretty sure most of us will be staying at home during weekends. If you're like me who misses eating desserts in coffee shops, you might want to try this super easy Graham Flan
Talk about sibling goals!
While it’s true that a lot of businesses have unfortunately been forced to close down due to the ongoing global pandemic, a few new start-ups have also managed to break ground over the past year. Take The Kula Press, for example. Run
Pretend you're a comic book character while enjoying your milk tea.
No need fly all the way to Seoul just to visit their W: Two Worlds-inspired comic book cafe. In case you haven’t noticed, a handful of similarly designed local shops are slowly but surely popping up across the country to give us