Yes, Bizu Is Bringing Back Their Malagos Chocolate Macarons!

Get it while you can!

Did you know that March 23 is World Macaron Day (“Le Jour du Macaron”)? Bizu Patisserie is celebrating this food holiday by bringing back their brightly-hued variety of macarons. Yes, their classic French macarons with a Filipino twist, the Malagos Chocolate, Ube, Durian, and Calamansi, are officially back for a month!

Have you tried Malagos chocolate macarons?
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Are you a fan of Davao's durian?
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For those who haven’t tried these special macarons yet, Malagos is an award-winning chocolate from Davao, which is sourced from heirloom cacao. Bizu incorporates this with their Malagos macarons by making the macarons ooze with a Malagos 65% dark chocolate ganache. Another Davao-inspired macaron is the bright green and yellow Durian, whose flavors come from a fruit that has a sweet and savory flesh.

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You can't go wrong with ube!
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Calamansi macaron shells + chocolate filling? Yes, please!
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Ube is one of the things most Filipinos can’t get enough of. If you’re a huge ube fan, you should treat yourself to Bizu’s Ube macarons that are made with Bohol’s purple yam. But if you want to try something citrusy or tart, Bizu also has Calamansi macarons that are flavored with calamansi commonly found in Oriental Mindoro and other parts of the Philippines.

Bizu’s Malagos Chocolate, Ube, Durian, and Calamansi macarons are available from March 23 to April 31, 2019 at their following branches: Greenbelt 2 Parkside, Greenhills Promenade, Alabang Town Center, St. Luke’s BGC, Eastwood Mall, and Robinsons Magnolia.

For more information, visit Bizu Patisserie's official website.

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