Hello, Sebastian's Ice Cream.
Sebastian's Ice Cream has been around for quite some time now. I still remember how it reinvented classic Pinoy treats such as Sapin-Sapin and Green Mango into ice cream. Not only did it catch attention from foodies around the metro, it also delivered superb and great tasting products.
This time around, Sebastian's tweaked the popular street food taho into a milkshake. I've read several great reviews about it. And as a taho fan(atic), I just have to try it myself.
As I wait for my Taho Milkshake, I spotted something interesting too, Poppits ice cream nuggets. I got a cup of 16 pieces filled with ube, red velvet, snack attack, vanilla, cookies and cream and dark chocolate flavors.
This is definitely an easier and cleaner way to enjoy ice cream while on the go or while watching the latest film.
Taste-wise, my favorites would be Snack Attack (which had a peanut buttery flavor) and Dark Chocolate which is one of the richest ice cream flavors I've had to date!
My milkshake was served within 10 minutes and I noticed that they use real tofu to make it! It didn't seem like the usual silken tofu though as it came from a box. Mixed with vanilla ice cream and topped with tapioca balls and arnibal (caramelized sugar), it did taste like taho but with a strong kick of ice cream.
Though I still prefer the classic taho, this one wasn't bad at all. Just make sure to ask for extra arnibal if you have a sweet tooth.
I'll definitely swing by again for more Dark Chocolate Poppits!