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DJC Halo-Halo

December 28, 2012

I am born with a sweet tooth and I crave for a Halo-Halo especially on a hot and humid day or just right after I had a climb. And there are various ways to make a halo-halo different than the other and simple derivations would make it awesome. And this is one halo-halo I couldn't resist and is only available at Bicolandia. The DJC Halo-Halo.

DJC Halo-Halo has various branches in the Bicol region. I have been to their Naga City branch along Penafrancia Avenue. Taking a taste of this oozing halo-halo is actually a part of my itinerary the first time I visited the Bicol region. And it was fulfilled.

Aside from halo-halo, DJC also offers rice meals however they are more famous with their halo-halo.

Halo-Halo is a sweet dessert composed of various beans, ice, milk, sugar, glazed pearls (tapioca), ice cream, leche flan (creme caramel), ice cream, ube (purple yam), and with this Halo-Halo that came from DJC... cheese toppings

We got the biggest Halo-Halo of which I shared together with my wife and costs P90. What's unique with this Halo-Halo is it is creamier, sweeter and has cheese on top.

Cheese-top Halo-Halo by DJC

The verdict, personally, this halo-halo dessert is the best so far in comparison between Pampanga's signature halo-halo and Cavite's Digman Halo-Halo.

If you happen to pass by Naga or Legazpi City or even Tiwi, Albay in Bicol, you should try this halo-halo.

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