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Brunch is not a meal anymore. It's a lifestyle.
Royce’ also celebrates White Day on March 14. White Day is a Japanese tradition which asks men to give back a threefold to women who have gifted them with chocolates on Valentine’s Day.
Last Valentine’s Day, world-class Japanese chocolatier Royce’ Chocolates introduced Filipinos to a new way of celebrating love: they encouraged the ladies to make the first move.
Heads up chocoholics! Fill up your January with ROYCE' Chocolate because they're flying lucky winners to Hokkaido, with a shop-all-you-can experience at Royce’ Chocolate World!
For every minimum single-receipt purchase of PHP 3,000, you get one (1) raffle ticket that could win you an exclusive trip for two (2) to Sapporo, Japan, to visit the Royce’ factory.
Your favorite Japanese chocolatier’s limited edition Christmas items are finally here!
Royce’ recently launched its limited edition Halloween chocolates, available for purchase only until the 31st. Be sure to pick these up—they’re bound to be the holiday’s most indulgent items!
This July, Royce’ Chocolates, a leading Japanese chocolatier, opens its annual Green Tea Fair in the country.
There's chocolate--lots of it--in this popular specialty chocolate store from America. If you're loco for cocoa, then get ready to make Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory your new delicious playground.
Tilapia ice cream? Labuyo Leche Flan? Coffee made from poo? We’ve listed down the weirdest and most bizarre foods in the Philippines, from unthinkable flavor combinations to downright exotic preparations. How many of these have you tried?
Whether you're buying a gift for your significant other or looking for an excuse to break your diet, you better bookmark this rundown of Manila's best artisan chocolates.
The Lollicake Factory has just opened its storefront. Yet again, my prayers were answered!
What happens when you put two of the best things in life into a bite sized treat?
The (arguably) first Filipino chocolatier is patriotic. Now that's good news.