Filipinos love their desserts, and that also extends to drinks. Filipino dessert drinks are a unique and delicious way to enjoy the flavors of your favorite sweets, while also quenching your thirst.
These drinks are often made with fresh, local ingredients, and they offer a unique fusion of flavors that reflect the rich cultural heritage of the country.
If you are looking for something different to drink, be sure to try these Filipino dessert drinks—you won't be disappointed!
Sapin-sapin cooler and coconut latte by Kobe’s magic
Kobe's Magic offers a delightful start to your day or an afternoon pick-me-up. Their Coconut Latte (P129) is a meticulously crafted coffee sensation with a subtle tropical twist that satisfies your coffee cravings.
Alternatively, relish their visually stunning Sapin-sapin Cooler (P129), inspired by the classic Filipino dessert, sapin-sapin, delivering those beloved flavors in a refreshing beverage.
Ube Cafe Latte by Sourdough Cafe
When it comes to Filipino celebrations, ube is a staple ingredient that has proven its versatility in various dishes and desserts. Sourdough Cafe pays homage to this beloved flavor with its Ube Cafe Latte. This creamy delight features a base of ube-flavored condensed milk, topped generously with a double shot of espresso.
The result is a luscious and comforting drink that brings together the best of both worlds. Head over to their café in Quezon City and treat yourself to this indulgent experience, priced at only P180.
Ube Matcha Latte by Drip Kofi
Drip Kofi presents a delightful fusion of Filipino and Japanese flavors with their Ube Matcha Latte (P210). Ube, a vibrant purple yam that's a beloved ingredient in Filipino cuisine, blends seamlessly with the earthy notes of matcha.
This delicious drink captures the sweet essence of ube, beautifully complementing the rich taste of matcha. Each sip is a harmonious dance of flavors that will leave your taste buds tingling.
Extreme by Mango Float Supreme
This smoothie and juice bar offers everything mango! While mango-based drinks are nothing new, Mango Float Supreme Manila's take on the delectable mango float dessert is what makes it different. It is made with fresh mango shakes topped with vanilla ice cream, mango slices, and boba sinkers.
This delightful treat is perfect for both hot summers and the festive Christmas season. Enjoy this 22oz drink for P129.
Leche Flan Milk Tea and Sultan Kudarat (Halo-halo Milk Tea) by Kahatea
Kahatea offers a twist on traditional custard dessert with their dairy-free, vegan Leche Flan Milk Tea. Alternatively, savor the vibrancy of 'Sultan Kudarat' or Halo-Halo Milk Tea, a colorful concoction featuring black sago, white sago, leche flan, buko, munggo, nata de coco, ube jelly, and milk tea.
Share these delightful drinks with a friend for just P169 (good for 2) or savor it solo for P199.
Pineapple espresso by Kaulayaw coffee
Do pineapple and coffee even work? The answer is yes! If you’re looking for an exotic twist on your daily brew, experience tropical bliss in a cup with Kaulayaw Coffee's Pineapple Espresso.
Located in the scenic views of Antipolo, Rizal, Kaulayaw coffee sources its ingredients from ethically grown coffee plantations. With just three ingredients (pineapple juice, ice, and espresso), you'll have a refreshing beverage ready to glug!