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“Stretchy” ice cream, Pokemon tumblers, and more

by RepublicAsia

Are you a food lover? You might want to try these new foods.

Here are some of the latest news regarding local food scenes.

Cuppy Ice Cream

Photo courtesy: Cuppy Ice Cream | Facebook

Finding a way to beat the heat? Why not try this new ice cream brand in Siargao.

Cuppy is tagged as the Philippine’s first-ever stretchy ice cream as it pulls like taffy that have a bursting flavor in every bite.

It is located in Siargao’s famous Catangnan Sunset Bridge. 

The ice cream brand was inspired by the popular ice cream in the Middle east, known for being stretchy and chewy. It doesn’t rely on artificial flavor and offers classic flavors as long as alcoholic infusions.

To celebrate their opening, they introduced a challenge called “Cuppy Stretch Challenge” in which customers can stretch their ice cream to the limit. Participants can win up to P50 cash back or a free ice cream.

Serenitea’s Pokemon tumblers

Photo courtesy: Serenitea | Facebook

Serenitea, a milk tea brand, has launched its new collaboration with Pokemon as it follows their successful partnership with other brands like Barbie and Sesame Street.

Comes in three different styles, Pokemon Energy Tumblers can be found at Serenitea stores across the country until August 5. Following the two-design Official Pokemon Energy Tote Bags that were initially revealed in April, came this. 

These Pokemon tumblers are available to customers for free with any single receipt purchase of P1,500 or purchase instead for P170 each. The official hologram sticker is applied to every item to guarantee its authenticity and excellence. 

These tumblers are available in-store and also in GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Pizzeria Bosso

Photo courtesy: Pizzeria Bosso | Facebook

Pizzeria Bosso is a new restaurant that blends with traditional Japanese and Italian cuisine. They have food such as Garlic Shrimp Pizza, Japanese-Style Spaghetti, and Truffle Chips.

Located along Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, it can be accessed through Fumizen Japanese Restaurant that specializes in katsu and hotspot.

Coca-Cola’s K-Wave Zero Sugar

Photo courtesy: Screenshot from Coca-Cola’s Facebook page

Coca-Cola has dropped its newest addition to their Creations lineup, K-Wave Zero Sugar, celebrating the devotion of fans to K-pop artists.

This new drink has a collaboration with K-pop groups such as Stray Kids, ITZY, and NMIXX in a new song and music video, “Like Magic,” that is produced by J.Y. Park. The video is also available on JYP Entertainment’s YouTube channel.

The K-Wave Zero Sugar is available at 7-Eleven stores and SM Supermarkets nationwide.

With reports from Jhovie Berasis


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