Saturday, May 21, 2011

Enjoy the Fever of Dr. Pearl Cooler's Chantilly and Pearl Shakes

Last May 15, 2011, I was invited by Mr. Nino Gatdula, Development Manager of Dr. Pearl Cooler, to the launching of their new products and bloggers' event at Robinson's Place Dasmariñas, Cavite, the nearest blog event venue I attended so far. Bloggers were informed of significant trivia about the company which started to operate in 2006. Dr. Pearl Cooler, established in Taiwan in 1990, is the first in the country to introduce and popularize milk tea and other cold beverages from Taiwan. All their raw materials such as sago, jelly, flavored powder, cups, straws, and even tissue papers are imported from Taiwan. Dr. Pearl Cooler Philippines is in constant coordination with Dr. Pearl Cooler Taiwan to make sure they are able to provide the best quality of products and services to their clients.
Dr. Pearl Cooler at Robinson's Place, Dasmariñas City, Cavite
A wide selection of Chantilly flavors
Dr. Pearl Cooler's baby, solo, mellow, and lavish sizes for chantilly and pearl shakes
A perfect way to beat the summer's heat
We were given two choices for the pearl shake and chantilly. I chose BanaCoco for the pearl shake and Watermelon flavor for the chantilly.
BanaCoco Pearl Shake, Php 35 for baby-sized cup
It was my first time to combine Banana and Coconut flavors for a shake. I say these two are perfect together. Its being smooth in texture (I could not even feel the ice bits) and its being not too sweet give this product a suave feel to beat the summer heat.
Watermelon Chantilly, Php 52 for baby-sized cup
Other flavors of pearl shakes and chantilly blended shakes are:

Because it is so refreshing, watermelon has always been my favorite when it comes to fruit shakes. Like my BanaCoco shake, this smoothie, topped with vanilla whip cream and chocolate syrup and added with black pearls, is a cool way to enjoy bonding with family and friends. Its freshly-made sago is cooked al dente, making it feel rubbery but crunchy to the bite.
Puff Up popcorns for sale at Dr. Pearl Cooler
Aside from the cold drinks they served us, Dr. Pearl Cooler also presented the Puff Up popcorns for food tasting. There are 12 flavors to choose from namely chocolate, caramel, blue berry, butter scotch, sweet, cheese, matcha greentea, seaweed, garlic chicken, pepper salt, spring onion, and kimchi.

Bloggers with Mr. Nino Gatdula, Development Manager of Dr. Pearl Cooler
Before the event ended, Dr. Pearl Cooler staff asked us what four Puff Up flavors we love the most. I liked Pepper Salt, Seaweed, Garlic Chicken, and my most favorite of all, Kimchi, so these were the four packs I got to take home, along with the loot bag that included a tumbler, 3 ballpens, stickers, 3 gift certificates from Dr. Pearl Cooler, and CD-ed media kit.
What's in my loot bag?
If you also want to experience Dr. Pearl Cooler, you might want to visit their Facebook page at / or go to their branch personally at:

Upper Ground Floor
Robinson's Place-Dasma
Dasmariñas City, Cavite
Tel no. (045)8932711

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Sunday, May 8, 2011

Jollibee 39ers Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Fast Five Movie Screening, and Teleserv's Bloggers Event

Before Nice and I proceeded to the cinema for the bloggers' event hosted by Teleserv, we had our early dinner first at Jollibee just across Telus where I work. We could dine in some other restaurants but Nice was craving for Jollibee Chickenjoy so it was her call. It was a good thing I was able to order my favorite Jollibee 39ers, too.

Jollibee 39ers Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Jollibee 39ers Sweet and Sour Meatballs is one of my favorite in the #1 fast food chain in the country. It is chunky and saucy enough to satisfy my craving and fill my tummy in a cheaper cost. Perfect for a date when you're in a tight budget.

The Fast Five movie screening was great. Vin Diesel is still Vin Diesel, as he plays the action star that he really is. I love the transition of the scenes, especially when the cars are at its speediest. It was a truly awesome film and I am looking forward to Part VI.

I thank the Teleserv's Citizen Services for organizing the bloggers' event last May 4, 2011. This is one way to inform the public, through us bloggers, that the government is working hard to extend the basic social services that our people deserve.
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