If there’s anything that this pandemic has taught us, it’s to make do with whatever life throws our way. And that’s what PR and marketing professional Bettina Sandiego did with Delizioso Premium Deli during the lockdown. With home bakers and home cooks sprawling over social media, she decided to create something different. She put a highlight for her love for wine and deli.
Premium Offerings Made Affordable
Delizioso Premium Deli started with sausages. They currently have six European-style sausages — Bratwurst, German Cheese Franks, Hungarian, Italian, Kielbasa, and Schublig, sold for only P275 per pack. I’ve already tried two of the variants and the quality is exquisite. It’s even cheaper than those you can buy at supermarkets or other deli chains.
“I wanted to share with fellow deli lovers out there that it’s possible to get premium products without breaking the bank.”shares owner Bettina Sandiego
In just weeks, they’ve established their sausage line and decided to venture into premium wine, cheese, and more deli products. Again, offering premium quality that’s affordable.
Customers can indulge in Spanish cold cuts like Jamón Serrano (P275/100g), Chorizo Ibérico (P285/100g), and Salchichón Pimienta (P325/100g). For cheeses, they have Caña de Cabra (P245/100g), and the well-loved Manchego Trufado or Truffle Manchego (P375/100g). I’ve searched high and low for wine, deli, and cheese, so trust me when I say that they have one of the most affordable offerings in the market.
Holiday Gift Sets
In the search of the perfect gift for the holidays? Delizioso Premium Deli offers a DIY Wine and Deli Kit which you can put together in four easy steps! Choose your wine (starts at P350), your deli and cheese (starts at P225), and any add-ons like nuts and bread. To finish it all off, choose your packaging and add your own personal touch to it. Anyone who will be receiving this will have an instant smile on their faces!
Delizioso offers same-day delivery within Metro Manila and nearby provinces from 10AM-8PM, with pick-up points in Quezon City and Valenzuela.