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Toblerone Snow Top Party

Toblerone Philippines just held the successful Epic Snow Party at the Imperial Ice Bar to welcome its Limited Edition Toblerone Snow Top. Guests was asked to come in white and celebrate the Epic Snow Party while enjoying the music, food, and of course- savoring the delicious Toblerone Snow Top.




Imperial Ice Bar, literally the "coolest" bar in town embodies the hip new Toblerone flavor with its stylish interiors and chill (but electrifying) music.






Toblerone Ambassador Laureen Uy being introduced to the media and guests. With her sweet demeanor, its no wonder that fashion blogger Laureen was chosen to represent the new Toblerone Snow Top flavor.




Other highlights of the night was the "Best Dressed" contest wherein Ms. Laureen Uy did the tough job of judging who are the most stylish among the stylishly clad guests. And there's not one but five winners that night. Congratulations!


And the much awaited highlight of the night- the Epic Snow Party !!!


Guests were treated to the cool and icy VIP room of Imperial Ice Bar and were given a shot of a specially prepared Toblerone drink. Cheers!


Thank you Toblerone Pilipinas for the invite. It was really a wonderful and SWEET night. I also get to take home an extra bag of goodies for winning the "Why do I love Toblerone Snow Top" contest. Yey !!!


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