Sis just got home from Bohol yesterday and aside from this neon green shirt with a big tarsier staring at me, she also brought me some goodies from Bohol Bee Farm.
Well, you gotta leave it to my sis. She knows how passionate I am about food.
BOHOL is a province in the Central Visayas Region. It is a popular tourist destination because of its wonderful beaches and resorts. But it’s most popular tourist attraction are The Chocolate Hills. It is a rolling terrain of haycock hills– something that looks like giant mole hills and symmetrical too!
During dry season, these grass-covered hills dry up and turns the yummy color of chocolate brown, hence, the name “chocolate hills”.
As the chocolate-lover who always forgets that she’s on a diet, the first thing I tried is the HILLCOLATE, a chocolate hill-shaped honey truffles. I was a bit disappointed, because although it has a soft, melt-in-your-mouth texture and a distinct honey taste, you can’t help but notice the local chocolate that was used in making it. Of course, what’s to expect? It is a local product.
I was just thinking, when I attended the Carnation Blogger’s Night, they served chocolate truffles there that were so delicious! I bet those used local products too. Hillcolate’s taste can be improved and I bet if they do and they kept that distinct honey taste then they’ll sell more.
The Pesto Spread is a smooth, creamy spread but I bet I’m the only one in the family who will like it. They’re not as adventurous as I am.
The Honey Spread tastes like creamy butter with honey. I already love butter♥, you don’t need to twist my arm for me to like it. Now, this is something new to love: BUTTER + HONEY.
Will be Winnie the Pooh for a few days…
I hope we can go to Bohol next year.