We just watched a comedy movie which I honestly enjoyed that I kept on laughing and laughing 'til the end of the show. Yeah, but not to mention the title 'coz it's a bit embarrassing, ang corny eh pero natawa naman ako. So please understand.
Oh well that's only an introduction to my post. Sorry.
Iced Salted Caramel Mocha (Php 160, Grande)
@ Starbucks, Greenbelt 3
It's Starbucks' latest coffee-based drink. I think it was only last September when they released this, I'm not sure. Caramel mocha whether it's iced, hot, or blended coffee, it's one of their signature drinks. But this salted one was new.
It's a blended mix of espresso and milk with mocha sauce and toffee nut flavored syrup. Topped with whipped cream, caramel sauce and a mixture of turbinado sugar and sea salt.
And when you're almost done with your iced coffee, try to mix it all up and see how it tastes. Save a richer taste on your last sips.
Apple Fritter (Php 55) - It's an apple pastry spiced with cinnamon and glazed with sugar. This was also my favorite btw. I searched for the recipe of this and guess what I found out, it's just fried and not baked, so it's really simple and so easy to make. I'll definitely asked my mom to make one soon!
Here's a link for the recipe. (ThePioneerWoman)
Don't mind the Korean guy, he's not part of the story.
Starbucks' ensaymada was the suggested pair for the Iced Salted Caramel Mocha but unfortunately it's not available that time so I went with Apple fritters. And I'm off from cheesecake that night 'coz of financial matters. Nagtitipid lang. :)
Overall, the Iced Salted Caramel Mocha was just an ordinary drink for me. There's no big change in taste of the usual Iced Caramel Mocha, nothing special. But I'm a coffee addict so I guess I like it.
RATING: 9 of 10