Review: Made in Candy Philippines
Finally, I was able to try the hand made candies of Made in Candy. I bought a pack for 100 pesos last time I visited Alabang Town Center. Actually, I was looking for the special edition candy wherein the sales will be donated to Yolanda victims, but the crew said that it was sold out already. I just wanted to satisfy my curiosity so even though the regular pack is kinda expensive, I still grabbed one.
You can choose to buy an assorted pack or choose just one flavor, since as I have mentioned I am curious, I have chosen the assorted one.
Here is a closer look of these cute little hard candies.
At first I thought that a pack was expensive for P100 but I was wrong. It is because we can’t finish the whole pack in one sitting and that these hand made candies can give you a taste of heaven. My son loves it!
I like that the packaging is resealable. They also sell these candies in a glass containers (in small and medium sizes).
I love the watermelon, the one with a red star and the mint flavor. Warning to parents though, don’t give this candy to young kids because it is too small and they might choke when they try it.
Will I buy again? Maybe, we haven’t finished the bag yet kasi haha.
For updates and to check where you can buy Made in Candy hand made candies, check out their FB Page- https://www.facebook.com/MadeInCandyPhilippines