January 05, 2016

Choco Latte de Batirol

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    Hot chocolate and cold weather are the perfect mix. For the people of Baguio, there’s one place that always keeps them coming for a Filipino classic: Choco-Late’ de Batirol.


    IMG_2442_2BAGUIO’S BEST CHOCO. Taste the delectable goodness of this traditionally blended hot cup of chocolate for only Php 105.

    Established in 1996, Choco-Late’ de Batirol is one of the most recognized restaurants in the Summer Capital of the Philippines. They’re known for their namesake, a classic Filipino drink called the choco-late de batirol. It’s made from fresh cacao, the main ingredient in making chocolate.

    IMG_2429_2ALL NATURAL. Choco Latte de Batirol uses traditional methods to infuse new chocolatey flavors.

    Making choco-late de batirol is a labor-intensive process, which makes use of chocolate paste made by hand. This chocolate paste can last for years on end because of the natural oils from cacao. The batirol is a local term for a pitcher, sometimes referred to as a chocolatera.

    Their choco-late de batirol comes in 10 variants, with a traditional blend coming in at Php 105. They also serve a Baguio blend (Php 115), an orange blend (Cointreau, Php 115), and other special blends like mint and raspberry (Php 130).

    IMG_2388_2PAIR IT WITH BIBINGKA. Delight on this Filipino desert for only Php 110.

    IMG_2356_2LOVE CHOCOLATE? You’ll surely love Choco Latte de Batirol’s concoction of your favorite drink.

    Choco-Late’ de Batirol, as a garden restaurant, made their name by serving delicious choco-late de batirol. Pair this creamy concoction with a delicious meal and you have yourself a sit-down breakfast, lunch, dinner, or afternoon snack to remember.

    This also appears in Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine’s June issue.

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