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Tea House In Baguio City

Going to Baguio doesn't just mean eating strawberries and peanut brittle. It also means going to the Tea House for desserts. Our trip to Baguio is not complete without having our dessert fix there.


Chocolate Roll. I love that its not that sweet but the chocolatey-goodness can still be felt.


Chona's Delight. This is hubby's favorite. He can literally eat this all day. Sometimes when we go to Baguio without him, he'd make request to bring home tons of this. Its basically made of moist chocolate care, caramel syrup and cream. Best eaten frozen.






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