This taho delivery makes up for when “Manong Taho” doesn’t come by
For the days when “Manong Taho” doesn’t pass by your neighborhood
May 13, 2020
If there’s one childhood treat that we still can’t say no to, it’s taho. The sweet brown sugar syrup, soft tofu and sago is comfort food for any Filipino. Surely, we’re all familiar with a manong taho roaming the streets to serve us this classic delight. However, not everybody has a friendly neighbor manong taho and for others (like me), one cup just isn’t enough.
To satisfy our taho cravings, Soy Bueno, a small food and beverage delivery business, is accepting orders for liters of taho to be delivered to your doorstep. Their one liter packs can serve up to four (P180) and their two-liter pack serves eight (P360). Additionally, you can also order one liter of soy milk for only P100.
Each order contains three buckets of taho’s beloved ingredients: arnibal (brown sugar syrup), sago (tapioca pearls) and silken tofu. Just imagine having these buckets at the ready inside your fridge—the little kid in you must be bursting with joy.
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