Whenever we feel bloated from the meal, celebrating the happiest day of our lives or comforting ourselves from the dreadful day it’s been, the charm of the sweet food is irresistible.
Cakes, doughnuts, muffins, cupcakes, frozen yogurt, and ice cream there has been no stopping from exploring the world of dessert. Gelato, an Italian ice cream, has now embraced by Filipinos as it is known that it has less fat than the common ice cream.
More and more gelato stores keep on coming but there’s something special about Manila Creamery that we would totally adore.
The owners, Jason Go and Paolo Reyes, studied on how to make gelatos. Wow, this gelato could be really something special as they mastered it in Italy.
I was given a chance to taste the gelatos, thanks to Aldous. Here we go!
Of all the gelatos I tried, there are top three that won my heart. 1. Blueberry 2. Mango 3. Malagos Davao Chocolate.
The blueberry flavor is rich and creamy. I won’t get tired of its heavenly taste. Just looking at the swirls is mouth-watering.
All the bloggers have one comment about the mango. It does not taste too sweet which makes it the crowd’s favorite.
Meanwhile, the Malagos Davao Chocolate has a subtle sweetness and some bitterness. It’s a taste that stays with you after your last bite. Oh I really love this three flavors
For the other flavors I tried, the langka is like halaya. The kinder bueno has a nutty taste while the truffle mascarpone is sweet for my palate. From the taste of all of it, I can totally say that there are no artificial flavorings added.
While some of the ingredients are imported, it’s nice of the owners to introduce our local flavors. It’s not a usual thing we can taste langka, ube, etc in a gelato. At a price of P85 and P110, have a taste of this rich, dense and supreme homemade gelatos.
some photos are credited to Shiela.
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