Approx. Php 30 for a pack of 24
These small, bite-sized bars which melt in your mouth are a popular Filipino delicacy. You can eat this by dividing it into smaller blocks, or dividing it lengthwise, or just simply shoving it down your mouth, although, it isn’t advised as it sticks to your throat (like polvoron, except less coarse) and you could choke. The sweet blend of cocoa powder, peanuts, milk, and cane sugar dance with your tongue as you scrape the remains of the Choc Nut from your teeth.
Php 16 per bar
If you think a bar of Hershey’s Milk Chocolate is too mainstream or too thin (and still out of your budget), give Goya Milk Chocolate a try. The creamy and concentrated chocolate leaves you wanting for more. Although, be careful because too much chocolate could end up with an irritated throat and distaste for it.
Php90 per bar
Theo and Philo Artisan Chocolates are made in Davao, Philippines. With its packaging, you wouldn’t think it was chocolate- your S.O. would think you’re giving him/her a box of art materials or a book. This isn’t your usual sweet chocolate. It has a rich and strong cacao taste which greets your tongue.
Approx. Php58 per bar
Now, who wouldn’t love to grab a Snickers bar? It is casual, yet highly satisfying. Roasted peanuts, caramel, nougat, and milk chocolate – perfectly combined to make sure you don’t easily get sick of the taste of milk chocolate.
Php148 per bar
Seeing that 50% of its ingredients are either cocoa or milk, you’re definitely in for a creamy, chocolate delight. Contrary to the traditional black and white packaging, this Lindt offering comes in a bright red box. The chocolate instantly melts in your mouth, releasing a fondant filling just as smooth as the chocolate itself.