Cooling down with Tokyo Tokyo Snow Ice

28 April 2014

Are these summer days scorching or what?

Yesterday's rain-showers offered a rather surprise and brief respite from the heat, but the warm temperature was back in full swing almost immediately after. On days like this, I wish I have a portable refrigerator I can carry around anywhere I go so I can just take one cold treat after another. Since that's not possible, I just drop by Tokyo Tokyo every chance I get for a bowl of Snow Ice.

The Snow Ice is the newest member in Tokyo Tokyo's line of desserts. It comes in heaping bowls of shaved ice topped by a medley of flavorful goodies and it's literally one of the best things this season has brought, and I am not just saying that because I work with them. Just check out these photos, be tempted, and try them yourself. ^_^

Choco Sensation Snow Ice
Features yummy brownie chunks with mini marshmallows and hot fudge sauce
Mango-Peach Medley Snow Ice
Go tropical with juicy slices of tangy peach and tart mango
Halo-halo Snow Ice
A twist on the timeless Filipino dessert with lavish servings of ube, nata de coco, leche flan, and a sprinkle of crunchy corn flakes
The secret is in the ice. The mouthwatering dishes feature a bed of vanilla-flavored ice that is a creamier, fluffier take on typical shaved ice. You also can't beat the drizzle of condensed milk and of course, the generous serving of toppings! Very affordable, too, at just P75 per bowl that is big enough to share with friends!

You know how much I love desserts and how I value it as an integral part of every meal, so maybe I am indeed biased towards the Snow Ice. But really, with this heat and the interesting and delicious taste of that vanilla-flavored ice, who can blame me? Try them now, to see what I mean. Try them now, especially the Halo-halo Snow Ice because that one's available for a limited time only. ;)

Disclosure: I work in PR and Tokyo Tokyo is one of our clients, but I was not required to publish this. All opinions are my own. Read my full disclosure policy here.

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