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Mogu Mogu

I love the pink color!






I first chanced upon this drink at Bonchon but since I am not fond of flavored drinks, some months or was it a year passed before I was able to taste it. And I didn't even buy it. Hubby's client/friend bought it during our roadtrip to Tagaytay.

Verdict. I still didn't like it. But the pink looks kinda cute so that's a thumbs up when it comes to packaging. And I won't be spending money in the near future just to buy this drink. Sorry.

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