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FOOD FINDS: Cooltura Peanut Brittle

Baguio City is not only synonymous with strawberry but with ube, choco flakes, cinnamon bread, raisin bread, and peanut brittle.

I chance upon this baby at the Tea House while buying hubby's stash of Chona's Delight. According to the staff there, its a new product made by Tea House also.


A bottle costs P75 only and this is comparatively cheaper than the ones sold in the market which is sold for P120. Its about 350gms.


Tastes is not too sweet and the peanut is crunchy also. There's a nice balance of sweetness and saltiness. It tastes "new" (fresh) also. Two thumbs up!



Tea House is located along Session Road in Baguio City.

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