Choco Latte de Batirol
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.
BAGUIO’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.
ALL 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).
PAIR IT WITH BIBINGKA. Delight on this Filipino desert for only Php 110.
LOVE 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.