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!

Kumori’s Halo-Halo Hanjuku has a layer of langka, macapuno, red beans, yellow beans, and garbanzos.
Photo courtesy of Kumori Philippines

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.


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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