Most tourists who plan on going to Baguio have the same thing on their to-buy list: Good Shepherd's Ube Jam. If you've ever been to a Good Shepherd shop, then you know how fast this item gets sold out and how, erm, high up, some resellers can price them.
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Luckily, there are many reasonable resellers who deliver to Metro Manila. This eliminates the burden of traveling expenses from you enjoying Good Shepherd items, plus not to mention there's no need to queue for hours.
Take for example Baguio Pasalubongs. They sell the 12oz Ube Jam for P460 and a 50-gram tub for P710. But if those sizes are not enough for you, they also have a one-kilogram tub that only costs P810. There's no shame if you want to eat the entire tub on its own but do remember, you can also use this for baking and as a spread on bread. (These ube jam hacks make that 1-kilo tub super worth it, right?)
Baguio Pasalubongs also recently sold the viral Pink Ube Jam (P580/bottle) that the sisters of Good Shepherd especially made for presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo. Just 1 day since they first posted the announcement, all of the Pink Ube Jam bottles were already sold out!
If you want to get your hands on the Pink Ube Jam, Baguio Pasalubongs does have plans of replenishing its stock but nothing is confirmed as of writing. It's best to follow Baguio Pasalubongs on Facebook for quick updates about satisfying your ube (and kakampink ube) fix.