This Cheesecake Has Ube, Macapuno, And Langka!

It's inspired by our famous Filipino dessert: halo-halo.

Look at that gorgeous purple swirl!
Photo courtesy of Kumori Philippines

If you're a big fan of Japanese treats, you are probably familiar with Kumori-a bakery that specializes in Japanese bread and pastries. One of the Japanese desserts Kumori is famous for is their signature Hanjuku Cheese (half-baked Japanese-style cheesecake with a cream cheese center). This Independence Day, Kumori will reinvent this fluffy and light dessert by combining it with the flavors of our local halo-halo dessert!

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Kumori's Halo-Halo Hanjuku has a layer of langka, macapuno, red beans, yellow beans, and garbanzos.
Photo courtesy of Kumori Philippines
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Kumori's Halo-Halo Hanjuku is a limited-edition Hanjuku with vibrant purple swirls that come from the ube flavor, while the inside is filled with the different halo-halo ingredients like langka, macapuno, red beans, yellow beans, and garbanzos. The cloud-like texture of the ube-flavored Hanjuku is a delicious contrast with the textures of the halo-halo ingredients.

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Kumori's limited-edition Halo-Halo Hanjuku will be available this June 7, 2019 for P56/piece or P336/box of 6 at Kumori branches.

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