Beat the heat this March 19th!
The official start of summer is not yet declared by PAGASA but we’re already experiencing its telltale signs: the heat of the days are getting closer to the above-normal body temperature level. Loose clothes are making a fashion comeback. And everybody seems to be headed to air-conditioned shopping malls and beaches.
However, there is another telltale sign that’s distinctly Filipino. Our unquenchable craving for halo-halo!
Halo-Halo is both a traditional and very popular dessert among Pinoys. And around summertime, it becomes everybody’s favorite merienda. It is a mixture of a variety of fruits that come together underneath a bed of shaved ice and milk, enticingly topped with a scoop of ice cream, a slice of leche flan, and a spoonful of ube. No matter what variation or combination of ingredients you are used to, the mouthwatering Halo-Halo will always be the Pambansang Summer Quencher for every Filipino.
Mang Inasal, the leading Pinoy-branded eat-out, has come up with the perfect way to celebrate Pinoy’s love affair with halo-halo.
Everyone is invited to Mang Inasal’s launching of the “National Halo-Halo Sarap Day” on March 19! A first-of-its-kind, the celebration wants to bring together families and friends and pay homage to this delicious concoction. For the entire day on the 19th, you can avail of the Mang Inasal’s Pinoy Halo-Halo at any of their over 450 branches nationwide at a hugely discounted price. You can buy the small size for only P25 and the regular size for only P45
Go to the Mang Inasal branch nearest you this National Halo-Halo Sarap Day and find out why their Pinoy Halo-Halo is a major crowd-drawer! You can also share why you love halo-halo using the hashtag #HaloHaloSarapDay. Don’t forget to follow Mang Inasal’s official Facebook and Instagram accounts for updates on the National Halo-Halo Sarap Day! advt.
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