Would You Try Taho-Flavored Milkshake?

It's really thick and creamy.

IMAGE Abby Singson

Taho has come a long way from the humble morning snack, with many creating their own versions of this classic. Sebastian's Ice Cream is always coming up with new and exciting ways to reinvent your favorite Filipino treats into ice-cream concoctions, like sapin-sapin and mangga't bagoong, and it's no surprise that they've also worked their magic on taho. Say hello to the Taho Milkshake (P160).


What's amazing about Sebastian's Ice Cream is how faithful they stay to the flavor that make these snacks a classic. Their Taho Milkshake has Sweet Cream ice cream blended with silky tofu, arnibal syrup, and sago, chanelling the smoothness of the soy and the strong caramel-like sweetness of the syrup, but richer and creamier.


Ayala Malls Vertis North regulars have long been acquainted with this lipsmacking milkshake, but the Taho Milkshake now makes its way to another branchâKatipunan folks can now get their hands on the Taho Milkshake at the Regis Center branch starting today, January 19. Meanwhile, the Ayala Malls Vertis North branch has lots of other exclusive sweet treats in their menu, but we're crossing our fingers they make their way to other branches, too.


The Taho Milkshake is available at Sebastian's Ice Cream 4/F Ayala Malls Vertis North, Mindanao Avenue, Quezon City; and G/F Regis Center, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City.



Cold, creamy, and fruity!


This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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