Foodies, or people who have great passion for food, have different standards on what really tingles their taste buds. As they say, to each his own.
One particular Filipino fare – the halo-halo – always sparks the debate among Pinoy foodies on what really makes the country’s favorite dessert great.
Most foodies agree that there are three factors to consider in this classic Pinoy merienda and dessert: the texture of shaved ice, which should be fine and smooth; the quality and variety of its mixed ingredients; and, last, but definitely not the least, the creaminess of the milk.
While the Mang Inasal Pinoy Halo-Halo scores high in all three qualities, a number of foodies agree that what really makes Mang Inasal Pinoy Halo-Halo stand out is its deliciously creamy milk which perfectly harmonizes all its ingredients together.
“We are happy to note that our customers crave for the creaminess of the Mang Inasal Pinoy Halo-Halo,” said MI Marketing Director Mike Dumaual. “This milk was exclusively developed for the MI Pinoy Halo-Halo and is not readily available off the shelf, Dumaual added.
Even actress and self-confessed foodie, Angel Locsin loves the creaminess of the Mang Inasal Pinoy Halo-Halo. As the face of this brand’s great-tasting treat, Angel attests to the creaminess of this all-time Pinoy favorite.
So, let the foodie in you check out this delectable dessert and be surprised. Troop to the nearest Mang Inasal store for that satisfying so creamy, so sarap Pinoy Halo-Halo.
On March 17, Mang Inasal will celebrate the National Halo Halo Sarap Day. Now on its third year, the National Halo-Halo Sarap Day will have all Mang Inasal stores nationwide, offering the Mang Inasal Pinoy Halo-Halo at discounted prices of P35 for small serving and P55 for regular serving. This will be valid for the whole day, for dine in and take out orders only.