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Fall in-Love with Red Ribbon's Valentine Mamons

Red Ribbon recently launched its latest Valentine treat, the Red Ribbon Valentine Mamon. This latest treat is all about love and how it can help you express your feelings. So are you "Team Hugot" Red Ribbon Valentines Mamon or "Team Kilig" Red Ribbon Valentines Mamon? Or both?




This month of February, Red Ribbon came up with this delicious Valentine Mamon to make the Love Month more memorable. The mamons are made with moist chiffon and topped with Valentine-themed designs, and of course comes in two variants: Team Hugot and Team Kilig.
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Team Kilig Red Ribbon Mamons are for those who express their love in romantic messages. Meanwhile, Team Hugot Red Ribbon Mamons are mamons decorated with catchy "hugot" lines that are perfect for those who choose to happily embrace the love occasion in their single blessedness.

"We know how important Valentine's Day is to our loyal customers whether they are single or not. These two new Valentine Mamons are our way of making the day for them more memorable and sweeter," said Ned Bandojo, Head of Marketing of ed Ribbon. Both Team Kilig and Team Hugot Valentine Mamons are topped with unique designs and are packed in a Valentine's Day gift box of threes. It is available in all Red Ribbon stores nationwide for P100 / box.

Thru the years, Red Ribbon has been one of the fasted growing bakeshop chains in the country and is dedicated in its commitment to make every celebration special with the store's delicious choices of cakes, breads, and pastries.

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