TSOKOLATE

Tablea Tips: Things You Need to Know About Filipino Tsokolate

Mmmmm, chocolate.
It’s no big secret that most everyone loves chocolate, especially Filipinos. While our chocolate culture isn’t exactly endemic to us (historians say that it was the Spanish who brought chocolate to our shores from Mexico), that doesn’t mean that it isn’t deeply-rooted ...

Tablea Brownies Recipe

In this recipe, the fudgy favorite goes local with the use of our prized tablea chocolate.
In this recipe, the fudgy favorite goes local with the use of our prized tablea chocolate. The result: light in taste and texture, and superb with a dollop of decadent tablea-jam sauce. ...

Make Your Own Red Wine Hot Chocolate This Christmas

Sip on thick, earthy, and delicious tsokolate with a twist: red wine!
Red wine hot chocolate is the drink that rocked the Internet in the late months of 2016—it has received nods from the likes of Martha Stewart and The New York Times, and food websites like The Kitchn and PureWow have stirred up their own versions ...

WATCH: How to Eat Your Way Around Iloilo City

There's more than just batchoy in Iloilo!
Have you visited Iloilo? Make sure to come hungry and get your fill of the city's homegrown hits. Read the full story in the February 2017 issue of Yummy magazine for a list of good eats in the birthplace of batchoy. Grab a ...

Orange Tsokolate Recipe

Orange and chocolate are delicious together.
Make the classic orange and chocolate pairing shine in your hot chocolate or tsokolate drink! It's perfect for a cozy afternoon drink.  ...

WATCH: This Is What Makes Tsokolate De Batirol Extra Special

Here's a look at how our local hot chocolate made from tablea, is made.
You get only the best feelings from sipping a hot cup of tsokolate de batirol: you feel warm, fuzzy, and calm. Tsokolate de batirol is hot cocoa made from tablea, or blocks of ground and roasted local cacao beans. Tsokolate is traditionally served ...
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