4 Wild Drinks in Metro Manila
They're not alcoholic, but they have a dizzying effect, too.
(SPOT.ph) Milkshakes aren't the only drinks that are getting the crazy upgrade. Here are non-milkshake beverages that have been bent out of sinful proportions.
Eighteen Bistro's Snowpresso (P240)
This is a cloud in a cup: a cotton candy 'fro covering an affogato (espresso and vanilla ice cream) in a martini glass. You can "crumple" the cotton candy to fit the glass or just tear it apart as you would in a carnival.
Eighteen Bistro is at 51B Scout Rallos Street, South Triangle, Quezon City. Read more about Eighteen Bistro.
Ensaymada Smoothie (P135) from Ka Tunying's
This is beloved merienda in liquid form. It's true to flavor and not at all sweet. Trust ace mixologist Kalel Demetrio to come up with something so sinful yet so restrained.
Ka Tunying's is at 88 Visayas Avenue, Quezon City. Read more about Ka Tunying's.
Hue Cafe's Childhood Latte (P155 to P165)
It's as if the owners of this Pantone-inspired cafe went to the grocery store, picked up every snack they enjoyed during grade-school recess, and dumped them into this intensely nostalgic drink.
Hue Cafe is at 109 V. Luna Extension corner Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City. Read more about Hue Cafe.
The Lost Bread HQ's Soda Pop (P180)
Soda water, mango puree, and vanilla in a glass seem like an innocent enough combination, but The Lost Bread HQ is never one to play things down. They crown this refreshing drink with a gourmet popsicle from Liq My stick.
The Lost Bread HQ is at 80 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City. Read more about The Lost Bread HQ.