Monday, April 30, 2012

First time to taste Bibingkinitan

This is the 1st time I've tasted bibingkinitan's bibingka :) and i love it. This was actually a gift from Food Asia Corp. when we attend the bloggers event at bar-b-king and they also allow us to experience their new iced coffee.
Php. 20.00 each
Bibingkinitan's main product is their mini bibingka ( kaya nga bibingkinitan diba...) FYI: i know how to cook bibingka and i know how tiring and hard making a bibingka, every December our family never failed to sell bibingka especially if its already simbang gabi ( 9 days series of Masses before Christmas), it is tiring but its fun and after tasting Bibingkinitan's bibingka, i remember my mom.


So this is the one i am talking about, their iced barako for Php.45.00. I never tasted anything like this, i only drink hot barako but this one really taste good. Imagine for 45.00 pesos you can buy a good tasting pinoy coffee. So for those who haven't tried it yet better visit Bibingkitan now....

35 comments:

  1. I like Bibingkinitan even way before.. :D I used to always buy a box or 2 of their bibingkas and bring home to my parents and lil sis.. haha.. I didn't quite dig the iced barako though 'cause it was too sweet for me.. >.< Btw, it was so nice finally meeting you sis! :D Pasensya na shy pa ko nun.. hahaha.. Next time you see me, di na ;)

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    1. Oo nga e... marami pa naman next time sis...

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  2. it's my first time after a loooong time to eat bibingkinitan recently! i love it :)

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  3. Reading your post babe I'm craving for it again! Pde din pala sha i-microwave if you plan to eat it at home. Sharap pa din! Yum!

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  4. i do bring home a dozen of it everytime i go out, i just put it in the ref and re-heat it via microwave, i love eating it with coffee in the morning :)

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  5. i like these mini bibingkas! reasonably priced, too. am lucky am the only one who absolutely LOVES kakanins in the family kaya walang kaagaw. lol.

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    1. Lucky you wala kang kaagaw.. naku sa amin to... di pako nakakaupo ubos na...

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  6. Iced barako! Wow, I must try that..the taste of these mini bibingkas are just so good that you'll keep asking for more.. ;)

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  7. i love bibingka and would love to read your homemade bibingka recipe. Nakakamis din ang mainit init pang mga bibingka na binibili sa kalsda with puto bumbong.

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    1. Tamah... i dont know how my mom do it.. but i know some of the ingredients...

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  8. nagutom ako sa blog post mo will eat this next time I see their store sa Mall

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  9. i don't like bibingka that much but if madaming cheese and salted egg go! hahaha! :)

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  10. the ice barako is intriguing i've never tasted Kapeng barako... so i dont know what to expect with the iced version.. is it like ice mocha w/ a different kick?

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  11. Great sweets with a touch of pinoy taste.

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  12. Wow ang sarap siguro nyan! Yum yum! Sayang hindi ako na invite sa food event na yan. Never ko pa rin nalasahan ang bibingkinitan. Sana in the future ma invite din ako para malasahan ko yan binibida ninyo na Bibingka at coffee!

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    1. Try to buy one sis 20 pesos lng naman bibingka nila e.. Will post an event soon kapag meron na ulet...

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  13. bibingka always remind me of misa de gallo. At least I know now that there's a place where I can try this anytime. Maybe it would be good if they'll also have a calorie-counter menu so people can always look on how much calorie they get. Hehe. But thanks for sharing this!

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    1. Uu nga noh... with the ordinary bibingka kasi madaming sugar ang nilalagay...

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  14. For me, Bibingkinitan is better than Ferinos, a lot cheaper too!

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  15. i past by one shop but didn't buy, next time i'll make sure to taste both...

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  16. I liked Bibingkinitan too and it is the only outlet in my city that sells bibingka sa that's where I go when I want to have a bite. I still think though that nothing quite beats the traditional bibingka.

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    1. With the traditional bibingka kasi they serve it hot... as in super hot you can see the margarine melts and you can smell the burned banana leaves...

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  17. I once tasted this kind of big bibingka as sold in the big mall. I don't know if it is bibingkinitan. It is so tasty. I like it sans the coffee.

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  18. My mom is crazy with this little bibingkas! She always bring some home whenever we go to SM, goes well with her coffee.:)

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  19. Wow they have Iced Coffee! I love Bibingkinitan, it's delicious and inexpensive :)

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  20. Will have to try the Iced Barako soon. I can't wait. I can tell it is just so perfect combination for a hot bibingka :)

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  21. I will try this bibingkinitan later, I just had a regret because it is so small for me lol

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  22. Iced Barako?.. Cool... I will try this Bibingkinitan.. :)

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  23. My dad used to eat bibingka! I tried it and it's yay goooooood! :)

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  24. my gosh i love bibingkinitan!! :D They have the best bibingka i ever tasted :) and im happy that they serve coffee narin, what a perfect combo!
    Rovie, The Bargain Doll

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  25. i always see stalls of bibingkinitan and i can't remember if i have tried them. hehe.. but they look so yummy. hay... i miss bibingka!

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  26. small but terrible!
    cute little bibingkas... i've tried it.
    SARAP!

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