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Carabao's Milk at Its Best


I love Mr. Moo
Hubby loves Mr. Moo
Daughter loves Mr. Moo

Whenever we happen to be in Tagaytay, Mr. Moo is our default pit-stop. I don't know why it is only now that I'm blogging about Mr. Moo when in fact, we've been patronizing it since 2007. I guess I just don't want to share the secret- hahaha.





Aside from a selection of cow, carabao and goat's milk in plain, chocolate, strawberry  and ube flavors. Mr. Moo also sells quesong puti (so good!), pastillas (haven't tried this one yet), and goat's milk soap. I've tried the soap once but I can't remember if I like it or not. But I know it smells nice.

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