Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Kiss the Tiramisu, Would You?


A pretty young lady tells of a story about her first kiss in Korea.  It was on her tour on the country when she found this seemingly dessert place being lined up with people.  At first she thought why would people line up for an ice cream, but she gave in and there she had her first kiss, a kiss she couldn't forget, that very first try and fell in love with.



The infamous place is known as Kiss the Tiramisu and their famous tiramisu ice cream will definitely leave you wanting for more, like what happened to Shirley Vy, to me, and to the many who have tried it.

This first romantic encounter with Kiss the Tiramisu got into Shirley and prompted her to email the Korean owners if she could bring it to Manila.  It took them two months to reply back but with a positive one and the rest is history.





A couple of days back, Kiss the Tiramisu opened their first Philippine branch in Makati. Dessert enthusiasts can look forward to the Korean dessert cafe's rich and decadent products, made with the finest ingredients.


Kiss the Tiramisu takes pride in their luxurious soft-serve ice cream, made with luscious mascarpone cheese and pure fresh milk from Korea. “The founder of Kiss the Tiramisu wondered why the Italian dessert has only been served in cake form,” says Shirley Vy, owner of Foodeology, Inc., official Philippine franchisees of Kiss the Tiramisu. “From there, the café’s classic tiramisu ice cream was born.”

Kiss the Tiramnisu is the only dessert place that presents their premium ice cream in elegant acrylic goblets and might I say that each serving is an elevated dessert experience from the first bite.


Watching your order being assembled right in front of you is a delught in itself as one  get to see how each treat is skilfully made, with layers of premium ingredients.

Kiss the Tiramisu also carries the matcha and injeolmi flavors from their classic line. “Matcha is a hit with our customers. We sprinkle generous amounts of pure matcha powder and sauce on top of the ice cream,” says Vy. “Injeolmi, on the other hand, is a delicious Korean rice cake, covered in powdered dried soy beans. These distinct Asian flavors complement our sweet, creamy tiramisu soft-serve.”





Foodies can also look forward to two flavors that are exclusively available in the Philippines, which Kiss the Tiramisu will be launching soon. “We understand how Filipinos are passionate about food. We’re excited to introduce local flavors in new and exciting ways.” Aside from these treats, the café also serves cakes and coffee, completing their range of heavenly desserts.


“There is always something to be happy about, no matter how your day goes. Maybe you were able to check all your tasks off your to-do list, or you got promoted at work. Whatever that is, Kiss the Tiramisu wants to be with you at your happiest moments. We believe that every day deserves its own reward,” says Vy.

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