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Papa Diddi’s Releases New “Filipino Pride” Flavors to Celebrate Quezon City Day

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Papa Diddi’s Releases New “Filipino Pride” Flavors to Celebrate Quezon City Day

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Papa Diddi’s Handcrafted Ice Cream, a handcrafted ice cream brand known for its innovative flavors and commitment to being rooted in local love, is excited to introduce eight new delectable creations in honor of Quezon City Day. These new flavors, named the “Filipino Pride” flavors, pay homage to the provinces represented by the eight rays of the sun on the Philippine flag.

These uniquely crafted flavors capture the essence of their respective provinces, each offering a taste that is as rich and diverse as the Filipino heritage itself. With ingredients sourced directly from local farmers and producers, Papa Diddi’s continues to champion its farm-to-cup philosophy, ensuring a fresh and heartfelt experience with every scoop.

The eight new Filipino Pride flavors include:

Turon de Manila (Manila): A sweet and savory blend of ripe bananas, jackfruit, and caramelized sugar, reminiscent of the iconic snack turon found in the bustling streets of Manila.

Pastillas Bulakenyo (Bulacan): Indulge in the creamy goodness of milk and sugar, perfectly capturing the delightful flavor of traditional pastillas from Bulacan.

Ala Eh! Tsokolate (Batangas): Immerse yourself in the rich and velvety goodness of Batangas’ signature chocolate.

Kapampangan Sans Rival (Pampanga): Experience the decadence of Pampanga’s famous dessert with layers of buttery cashew meringue and luscious cream, creating a harmonious balance of textures and flavors.

Buko Piesalubong (Cavite): Enjoy the delightful taste of Cavite’s buko pie in every spoonful, featuring tender young coconut and a buttery crust.

Laguna Kesong Puti (Laguna): Savor the tangy and creamy goodness of kesong puti, a white cheese delicacy that hails from Laguna.

Panocha de Tarlac (Tarlac): Delight in the rich and earthy sweetness of panocha, a traditional sweet treat made from native sugar cane, a true Tarlac delicacy.

Never Ending Biko (Nueva Ecija): Experience the heartwarming comfort of biko, a sticky rice dessert made with coconut milk and brown sugar, paying homage to the “Rice Granary of the Philippines”, Nueva Ecija.

The Filipino Pride flavors will be available for a limited time at all Papa Diddi’s Handcrafted Ice Cream branches starting August 19, 2023. Join Papa Diddi’s in celebrating Quezon City Day and indulge in these extraordinary ice cream creations that are sure to ignite a sense of Filipino pride and culinary appreciation.

For more information, please visit papadiddis.com or follow Papa Diddi’s Handcrafted Ice Cream on Facebook and @papadiddis on Instagram.