A taste of Theo Philo Philippine made artisan chocolates

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I was looking around a shop called Gourdo’s in search for something sweet. These exquisitely packaged dark chocolate bars caught my attention. I prefer dark chocolate because it has less calories and are healthier. So I picked up the confectionery priced at Php100, examined the product and was surprised to find out that it was made in the Philippines. Theo Philo artisan chocolates uses quality cacao from Davao and sugar from Bacolod. This company is a social enterprise that works with Gawad Kalinga.

Check out these patriotic flavors :
Dark chocolate with green mango and sea salt
Dark chocolate with candied calamansi
Pili and pinipig
Milk chocolate with Barako coffee
Labuyo

http://theoandphilo.com/index.htm

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About Pam

Teacher, cook, foodie, wanderlust
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2 Responses to A taste of Theo Philo Philippine made artisan chocolates

  1. Ah yes, this chocolate brand! πŸ˜€

    I always see those bars at EchoStore Eton Centris and Enchanted Farm Cafe (along Commonwealth Avenue); Cravings / TCB also carried Theo and Philo for a limited time. For the flavors, I personally like their Milk Chocolate the most – their dark chocolate’s too bitter for my taste 😦

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