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Yogurt Nation Made Me Like Ube

The cohort and I were in the mood for something sweet after our filling dinner last night. After a few minutes of discussion (dessert is srz bznz), it was decided that we would get some frozen yogurt for dessert. 
A very bright yogurt shop caught our eye while strolling along Serendra. The chalk white interior of Lulubelle was a stark contrast to the other restaurants, all with yellow and mellow lighting. The menu and prices weren’t bad, but what put me off was the ordering method- it wasn’t self-service. I’ve gotten used to (and have grown fond of) choosing my own toppings and deciding how much and how many different kinds I want to put in. It was a no go.
Yogurt Nation’s really large cups
I’ve been hearing good buzz about a new frozen yogurt shop near The Fort recently. Because we were around that area anyway, we decided to look for that instead. The new shop is called Yogurt Nation, located at the ground floor of Sapphire Residences at Bonifacio Global City. It took us (more than) a few wrong turns before finally getting there. The store is a bit out of the way and it isn’t easy to find if you’re not familiar with the area.
Yogurt Nation Challenge
The first thing you’ll see upon entering is the Yogurt Nation Challenge poster. Finish 25 ounces of frozen yogurt under 3 minutes and you’ll get it for free. Otherwise, you’ll have to cough up five hundred bucks. I personally think that 25 ounces is a whole lotta yogurt (my cup weighed just 7 ounces, with toppings). If you’re willing to get brain freeze and try this, give me a call and I can film it and write about you.
The yogurt dispenser and counters at Yogurt Nation
From there, you get a cup, put in your chosen frozen yogurt flavor/s and then add in as many toppings as you want. Yogurt Nation has a good selection of flavors that includes cranberry, strawberry, ube, melon, and the original unflavored one. I tried a mix of the strawberry and melon flavors and topped it with a generous dash of almond chips. The strawberry yogurt tasted okay but the melon one was horrible (it tasted like medicine).
See what I mean by “generous”? (p23/ounce)
On the other hand, the date got a cup of all ube frozen yogurt mixed with an extra generous serving of rice crispies and almond chips. It was DELICIOUS! Let me just say that I don’t like ube cake or even ube ice cream and I actually try to stay away from anything ube flavored. That’s until I tried the ube flavored frozen yogurt from Yogurt Nation. It was just too good that we got another cup of it right after finishing our first orders.
It looks gross but it’s really, really, really, REALLY good!

Yogurt Nation has made me a convert, ube is now my favorite flavor of frozen yogurt! b(~_~)d

Yogurt Nation and The Lounge
Address: Unit 1D and 2D, The Sapphire Residences, 31st cor. 2nd Avenue Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines
Contact Number: (0922) 867-6969 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (0922) 867-6969      end_of_the_skype_highlighting

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