Score Up to 43% Off on Manila Creamery's Gelato for a Limited Time

Choose from flavors like the Mangga't Suman, Tablea Lava Cake, and more!

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(SPOT.ph) A scoop of gelato never fails to bring joy—whether you’re eating your stress away or just looking for a cool, sweet way to end a meal. Here's a deal that'll get you even more excited: Manila Creamery—a.k.a. our favorite gelato spot in the Metro—is turning five, and they're holding a big sale on their creamy creations. For selected flavors, you can get pints at P330 instead of P380 and half-gallons at P850 instead of P1,500. Other flavors are at P360 instead of P420 for the pints and P1,250 instead of P1,800 for the half-gallons. This offer is only valid until August 5—and now's your chance to stock up!

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Manila Creamery is best known for their Filipino-inspired flavors, which include the Mangga't Suman (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon), Chocnut Crumble (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon), and Tinutong na Kanin (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon). Looking for the classics? They make no-frills but excellent Madagascar Vanilla (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon).

In the Mangga't Suman, Manila Creamery translates the classic Filipino dessert into gelato form. 
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The Chocnut Crumble's got a chocolate-peanut gelato base and a crunchy hazelnut crumble.
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For a nutty experience, go for the Pistachio (P360/pint, P1,250/half-gallon) or Hazelnut (P360/pint, P1,250/half-gallon). If you like it indulgent, you'll want to try their Peanut Butter Oreo (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon) and Tablea Lava Cake (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon). And if you prefer a fruity scoop, go for the Mango (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon) or the Dragonfruit Kiwi Sorbet (P330/pint, P850/half-gallon).

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The Pistachio's got an especially potent flavor and is made with real pistachio nuts from Sicily.
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Go for the Tablea Lava Cake if you really like it indulgent.
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You can get their gelato delivered to your doorstep by placing your orders through Manila Creamery's website three to five days in advance. They accept payments made via Paypal, GCash, and BDO, BPI, or Security Bank bank deposit. Don't worry about your gelato melting in transit—their riders use double-walled insulated styrofoam with gel packs to keep them cool on the way.

The Dragonfruit Kiwi Sorbet is one of their more refreshing variants.
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Manila Creamery is a local gelato spot that was established in 2015. They began as an independent purveyor that did weekly pop-ups at bazaars before opening their very own shop at the UP Town Center in 2016, and eventually expanding to open branches at Alabang Town Center, SM Megamall, and Vertis North.

For orders, check out Manila Creamery's website.

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