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Red Mango Wins By A Landslide Over California Berry

My first yogurt experience was with White Hat and I actually wrote about that already in my blog...I think 2 or 3 years ago. I was not really a big fan of yogurt but when my friend asked me to try frozen yogurt knowing that it is much healthier than ice cream...I did give it a try and my first taste of it was like heaven! I was glad that I chose the right combination of blueberry and cheesecake and since then that's what I choose for my toppings. 
Trying new food label or brand is easier if you get I right? So I tend to buy vouchers giving away up to 50% discount on products. I bought 4 vouchers of california berry at ensogo:
Only P65 on a Medium-sized California Berry Yogurt (plain or seasonal flavor) with 3 toppings at California Berry, multiple branches (valued at P130)
Sounds like a good deal right? So I bought it to see if this could match White Hat. First visit, they don't have plain yogurt so I was forced to eat the coffee flavor so I chose to add choco bits and small mallows...not that good. Next visit, I was expecting a better deal...I chose my fave blueberry and mangoes since they don't have cheesecake and again it easily melts, tastes a little sour and the toppings are not good. Even my kid did not enjoy it as you can see from his face..LOL.
The second yogurt voucher I bought was at Red Mango and I have heard a lot of good reviews from it so I was excited to get a taste of it to see if it would match White Hat. 
Indulge in P300 worth of Red Mango for only P150, a delicious steal exclusively for Deal Grocer members.
Now this was a real treat! So I exchanged my voucher to gift certificates so I can use them in any branch. I liked the cozy design of the store in Trinoma located near the entrance. I ordered my favorite combination of blueberry with two cheesecakes just to consume my P300 (paid P150) which is good for 2 people. 

Oh yes! First bite and I already fell in love with it just like what I felt when I first tasted White Hat. Everything blended perfectly..the taste, the texture and the fruity toppings. My mom agrees with me and my kid loved it also! Too bad I only bought 2 vouchers. I can't wait to use my remaining vouchers there and be happy again. 
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  1. i so love yogurts too and i agree that red mango is the best and was lucky to get some vouchers too!

  2. I was lucky to get vouchers also kaso ubos na! How I wish they would give discounts again at Red Mango. Yung California Berry wag na..hahaha :)

  3. i love yogurts! and your pics made me love them even more. for those you want to know more about yogurt, feel free to visit my site :) so you know well what you are eating.

  4. Red Mango smoothies is perfect for the summer heat!

  5. Red mango is waaaayyy better than California Berry..LOL

  6. kidsPlaygroup Singapore very love this :D it also good for health


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