November 16, 2017

Korea’s famous dessert shop, Kiss the Tiramisu opens its first PH branch

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  • Craving for something that would satisfy your sweet tooth? Want to taste Korea’s signature food products? Come and have a look at Korea’s famous dessert shop, Kiss the Tiramisu!

    Being a famous dessert shop in Korea, Kiss the Tiramisu opened their very first branch in Makati early this November 2017 under the ownership of Miss Shirley Vy, owner of Foodeology, Inc., which is the official Philippine franchisee of Kiss the Tiramisu. And as its very first branch in the country, Kiss the Tiramisu is situated in the central business district in Valero Street, Makati City.


    /IMAGE Kiss the Tiramisu


    The story of the success of Kiss the Tiramisu started with its founder, Jiro Kim wondering why Italian dessert is only being served in “cake form.” From that thinking, the café’s own classic tiramisu ice cream was then born which are presented in elegant globlets and served with soft served ice-cream on top.


    “We understand how Filipinos are passionate about food. We’re excited to introduce local flavors in new and exciting ways. We also believe that there is always something to be happy about, no matter how your day goes. Maybe you were able to check all your tasks off your to-do list, or you got promoted at work. Whatever that is, Kiss the Tiramisu wants to be with you at your happiest moments. We believe that every day deserves its own reward,” says Vy.


    Kiss the Tiramisu became famous for their luxurious soft-serve ice cream, made with luscious mascarpone cheese and pure fresh milk from Korea. Upon opening its doors to Filipino patrons, people can not only have a chance to indulge in the dessert café’s rich and decadent products which is made with the finest ingredients but also be able to witness the preparation process that makes this dessert café stand out.

    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
    Source: Foodeology

    Image Source:  Foodeology

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