Three homegrown food brands have teamed up to give you something new. These frozen treats in tubs are now available for delivery through The Lost Bread website!
The Lost Bread, known for its unique ice creams, is joining forces with the chefs of modern Filipino restaurant Hapag (Thirdy Dolatre, Kevin Villarica, and Kevin Navoa) and award-winning Philippine bean-to-bar chocolatier Auro Chocolate for a special line of Filipino Artisan Ice Creams.
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The three new flavors are now available to order online. Check out some of your favorite Filipino snacks and treats that have transformed into creative ice cream flavors!
The Lost Bread X Hapag X Auro Chocolates
The Champorado (P450) ice cream uses 100% Auro Chocolate Cacao Tablea and is brimming with delightful texture in every spoonful. It also includes crisp black rice for bite and a palad brittle for a sweet and salty finish. The brittle reminds one of the lovely sweet and salty combination of a bowl of champorado mixed with tuyo.
When was the last time you’ve eaten espasol? It could’ve been quite a while (maybe your last roadtrip to Laguna), so the Espasol (P450) ice cream is an absolute treat. The chewy kakanin in this ice cream is present in espasol bits. It is combined with 32% Auro Roasted White Chocolate with Cashew. The dusting of toasted rice flour is recreated in the ice cream’s texture, a slightly powdery finish pleasant on the palate. Definitely a refined approach to a usually messy, powdery treat!
The third flavor from the ice cream collab is Banana Cue (P450), a personal favorite. From street food snackable, it transforms into an elegant ice cream tub that really puts the banana in the spotlight. Here, you have grilled banana ice cream with cashew streusel along with Auro Dark Cacao Nibs. It’s absolutely delicious, with flavors and textures joyfully combining in your mouth.
All three flavors are available in pints at P450 each. It is also available as a Tatluhan Gift Pack (P1,350), all three flavors packaged in a handcrafted bayong bag.
To order for delivery, visit The Lost Bread website or inquire via Hapag’s Instagram (@hapag.mnl).