Palamig (Coolers)

Samalamig or Palamig which literally means “Coolers” are prepared beverages sold on the streets or roadside. It usually contains sago or tapioca pearls and gulaman or jellies and flavored with syrup from different fruit extracts. This is a great thirst quencher specially during Summer.

Before, there’s only one flavor of Palamig. Just brown sugar syrup, banana essence, tapioca pearls and/or jelly. Now, it’s not limited to that anymore and has evolved into a wide variety of flavors.

Buko Pandan (Coconut-Screwpine)
Just like the Buco-Pandan Saladthat I made only has thinner syrup because it has more water.

Fruit Salad and Sweet Corn
The Fruit Salad Drink has milk,canned fruit cocktail and jellies. The Sweet Corn Drink has canned corn kernels, milk and jellies as well.
Sago at Gulaman, Buko Juice (Coconut Juice) and Melon Juice
Sago at Gulaman -the usual tapioca pearls and jellies with brown sugar syrup. Buko Juice is Coconut water, sugar and coconut meat.and Melon Juice is just like the melon juice I made.
These are sold for P6 ($0.12) – small cup
P10 ($0.20) – medium cup
P15 ($0.31)- large cup
I bought a large cup of Coconut Juice this morning when I went to the market…


    • Anonymous says

      Hi Shamel, Thanks for dropping by. Hindi po sa The Peach Kitchen yang Palamig na yan. I just took a picture for this post.

  1. nolan says

    Hi po tanung kulang po kng may franchising po ba yun palamig cooler , panu po ba ako makaka pag business ng palamig cooler sa inyo. nolan ng sampaloc.

    • Anonymous says

      Hi Nolan,
      Thanks for dropping by. That’s not my business, I just blogged about it. Why don’t you just make your own? Madali lang naman magtimpla ng drinks.

      • xynyet12 says

        ms.peachkins…pde po mgpa2ro pno mgtimpla ng buko pandan palamig? gus2 po sna nming i.try mg.asawa n po d2 smen…salamat po :)

  2. says

    hello po ask ko lang kung ngpapa-Franchise kayo nyang Palamig coolers..

    at How much po. paki email nlang sa ym ko More details salamat,,

    need ko po agad reply nyo.. thnk u goodbless

  3. crizel galay says

    Hi…I have business about palamig here in our province (romblon)…and I would like to improve my palamig. Business…please share wd me ur recipes…thank u v-much….


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