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Figaro's Yuletide Goodies

This Yuletide Season, Figaro introduces specially crafted cakes to bring in the holiday cheer.

Red Velvet Cake. This is love especially the frosting. Nice gift idea too.



Humming Bird Cake. Humming Birds are small species of bird but don't worry, this is a 'meatless' cake. Yum!




Speculoos Drink. This is a coffee-based speculoos flavored drink and you can opt for a decaf (like what I did). Tastes good but I wish they were able to balance well the coffee and speculoos because I can't seem to detect coffee in my drink. Great for kids though! ;)



Figaro also have some nice mugs that you can give to a coffee-crazed person this Christmas. Each much costs only P149.00. It comes with a box also. Thumbs up!







Hot/Cold Tumbler. This is great gift for those people who are always on the go. They not only get to sip their favorite drink but it will help in keeping them hydrated as well.




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