[What I Ate] This milkshake is made of every candy from your childhood

Paolo Abad
[What I Ate] This milkshake is made of every candy from your childhood
Find all sorts of childhood treats in this frappe

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MANILA, Philippines – Turning back time and returning to the simpler days of your youth isn’t exactly possible right now, but the Childhood Frappe (P165) from Hue Café somehow does that.

It has the sweet treats you may have eaten as a kid if you grew up in the ’80s or ’90s: Fruit Loops, Hello Panda, Lala, Whistle Candy, Gummy Bears, Cloud 9, Potchi, Flat Tops, Pretzels, Iced Gems, and Pocky.

The Childhood Frappe is an espresso-based shake (although you can have it coffee-free) with your choice of salted caramel or dark chocolate ice cream.

Topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with magic and nostalgia, each sip and bite reminds you of days gone by.

Photo by Paolo Abad/Rappler

Where can you get it?

Hue Café has branches in:

  • 2/F House of Fashion Cafe, 109 V. Luna Extension, Diliman, Quezon City
  • StrEAT Commonwealth Food Park, 167 Commonwealth Ave, Novaliches, Quezon City (pictured below)

Photo by Paolo Abad/Rappler

Photo by Paolo Abad/Rappler

What else can I get?

Hue Café has a brand new frappe called Match-O (P195), a drink overloaded with all things matcha green tea-flavored (Pocky and KitKat) and oreo bits. It looks intimidating, thus, Match-O is pronounced “macho.”

Photo by Paolo Abad/Rappler

– Rappler.com

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Paolo Abad

Paolo Abad writes, edits, and shoots for a living. He is one of the founding partners of the online radio platform Manila Community Radio.