CRE­ATIVE WITH CHOCO

IN­COR­PO­RAT­ING RICE KRISPIES AND MALLOWS INTO CHOCO­LATE BARS IS RUN-OF-THE MILL AS THE TRENDY MIXES NOW IN­CLUDE IN­GRE­DI­ENTS THAT ARE NOT ONLY UN­EX­PECTED, BUT ALSO SUR­PRIS­INGLY DE­LIGHT­FUL

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RISA CHOCO­LATES PASTIL­LAS DE PILI

Risa choco­late bars marry lo­cal in­gre­di­ents and fla­vors well. Case in point: Na­tive del­i­cacy pastil­las add milky sweet­ness to a bar of white choco­late while but­tery pili nuts from Al­bay break the smooth tex­ture with a most wel­come soft bite.

(0917) 8340040; risa.ph

THEO & PHILO CHOCO­LATE MANGO

Theo & Philo has cre­ated 11 uniquely fa­mil­iar Filipino fla­vors such as dark choco­late with green mango and salt and milk choco­late adobo. Avail­able at Bo’s Cof­fee branches, Rus­tan’s, Gourdo’s, Blue Kitchen, Con­nie’s Kitchen, and Kul­tura branches. theoand­philo.com

CAD­BURY DAIRY MILK HON­EY­COMB AND NUTS

Cad­bury has al­ready pro­duced a line of in­ter­est­ing bars, in­clud­ing the Silk Orange Peel and Ba­nana Caramel Crisp. But while those have yet to reach our shores, we can take a fancy to its nos­tal­gic and unique Dairy Milk Hon­ey­comb and Nuts bar.

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AL­FIE'S BA­CON BARS BY MACHIAVELLI CHOCOLATIER

The choco­lates from this lo­cal brand are among the most el­e­gant and smoothest on the mar­ket. That ex­tends to the ba­con bar, which will ap­pease any­one’s sweet and salty fix. The crisp bits of ba­con not only lend a pop of con­trast­ing fla­vor to the choco­late bar, they also add tex­ture to every bite.

(0916) 297-8729

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