Rico's Lengua de Gato. One of the well known brands, Rico's lengua de gato was really good. Not too sweet and the pieces were arranged wonderfully in the container and it helped not to break up the pieces.
Mikasan's Choc O'Flakes. There are several products like this, but I prefer the one made by Mikasan because it uses corn flakes. A much better choice than the choc o'flakes that uses rice crispies. Eating this one is like eating Koko Crunch. Paired with a glass of warm milk, and it's just wonderful. Mikasan also has the Milk O'Flakes and a combination of the chocolate and milk, which are good products as well.
Baguio Paradise's Peanut Brittle. One of the negative comments about Baguio's Peanut brittle is how they package the product. Consumers feel as if they've been ripped off by thinking as if the container is filled with peanut brittle yet opening the container, they would see it was hollow inside. A popular product to choose was the Romana peanut brittle, which uses whole peanuts and the containers are really filled inside. One time not too long ago, when I shopped for some pasalubong, a store owner let me taste Baguio Paradise's peanut brittle, and I did agree with her - this one tasted much better than Romana's. Since then, I would always get this one if I have the chance. I loved the caramel of this one, it tasted as if they added condensed milk or something.
Baguio Paradise's Toasted Garlic Peanuts. A new product I saw... this was just fine, it tasted like the Fely's Homemade peanut products brother brought home. One thing I loved was how big the peanuts are! :)
Just four products for my family... am happy that my sister came to the hotel to pick it up, and I am happy they left some for me to take pictures of when I got home. There are so many food products from Baguio... I will surely get some more when I travel back there.
*** Jenn ***