I have been seeing this kind of ice cream on malls for months but I didn’t give it a try not until I went to Tagaytay last week. I don’t really know what got into me but I just really felt like gobbling up ice cream while staring at the refreshing view of the greens and the Taal Volcano. At that point in time, I was torn by choosing either Frogurt (Frozen yogurt), FIC (Fruits in ice cream) or these. Obviously, I went for Mochi since I wanted to know how Japanese ice cream tastes like (I just didn’t know if it’s authentic); not to mention that I was intrigued by how it was served. Here’s what I got:
There is an array of flavors to choose ranging from the common flavors like Mango, Chocolate, Strawberry to the bizarre ones like Black sesame, Green tea and Azuki (red bean). I opted to try the Green Tea since am a fan of tea ever since summer of this year began. I also devoured Strawberry Yogurt which i also found scrumptious.
If you will be visiting Tagaytay anytime soon, try to hang-out at the Cliffhouse. There are a number of good restaurants within its compound that will definitely satisfy not only the cravings palate but your eyes as well.
Mochi is a Japanese confection made of glutinous rice flour or Mochiko. It is usually filled with a sweet center such as anko or red bean paste and eaten as a snack