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Honey Creme Philippines Is Opening This WeekendHooray for soft-serve ice cream!
Get ready to taste another cold treat: Honey Creme Philippines is opening its doors to Filipino families.
No matter how bad the weather gets, no matter awful the traffic situation becomes, every day is always a perfect occasion for ice cream. So, despite the unpredictable rain and resulting flooding, Honey Crème’s impending Philippine launch is pretty good timing. The international dessert chain will open its first branch at the fourth level of SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City, on September 19.
Taiwan-based Honey Crème serves Korean-style soft-serve ice cream: a light, cool, milky creation which comes in a default vanilla, then flourished with over-the-top add-ons like a globe of cotton candy, a slice of cake, caramel popcorn, chocolate, jelly, cereal, macarons, or an armor of grains. The signature honeycomb is by far the most popular topping. The brand puts emphasis on organic ingredients so you know you’re only getting the good stuff. Both the young ones and the young-at-heart will definitely surely enjoy this cold treat.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Some Asian branches offer other ice cream flavors, like green tea in Hong Kong or pandan in Singapore, but it remains to be seen which ones the local franchise will be bringing in. On their Facebook page, Honey Crème Philippines has already hinted at a tan-hued soft-serve that we can only guess is either mocha, coffee, or tea. (Moms and Dads, this should be on top of your list of must-try Honey Creme flavors!)CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Soon after, Honey Crème Philippines will open a second branch at Trinoma.
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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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