Each of these iced coffee variants costs PhP 130 for the 16 oz. and PhP 150 for the 20 oz.
|White Chocolate Mocha Frost|
|Choco Chip Java Frost|
|Figaroccino Cookie Crumble|
Well, okay, maybe I like the Choco Chip variant more but I think my Oreo-loving kids will go for this one.
|Figaroccino Caramel Chip Frost|
Because of its caramel chips, this one is more on the sweet side for those with a really strong sweet tooth. Somehow, this tasted like the sweeter version of the White Chocolate Frost with the added caramel sprinkles on top.
Of course, it could not be complete without the dessert combinations.
|Carrot Cake (PhP 105/slice)|
|Orange Coffee Cake (PhP 105/slice)|
The Orange Coffee Cake is a soft, sponge cake that has an orangey flavor to it. To add texture to it, Figaro added bittersweet, coffee-flavored crumbs. It's quite a combination to taste that sweet/sour orange flavor followed by the coffee flavor alongside it. And yes, this one goes very well with a piping mug of hot coffee.
Lastly, we had a choice of chicken or fish for dinner. I went for the Crusted Dory Fillet in Creamy Pesto Sauce with Rice Pilaf and absolutely had no regrets! Not only was the dory fillet tasteful with that crunchy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside texture but the pesto sauce and rice pilaf spelled H-E-A-L-T-H-Y. I loved the touch of mango and cucumber cubes on the side.
|Crusted Dory Fillet in Creamy Pesto Sauce with Rice Pilaf (PhP 150)|