No one loves iced tea as much as Filipinos. Just look at every restaurant menu in the Philippines; you’re bound to see some there. A lot of them, however, cater to the lower end of the spectrum. There’s nothing bad about these, but it doesn’t truly maximize the level of flavor that you can get from a masterfully-made glass of iced tea. Thankfully, Beebeelee has just that---a brand that takes iced tea to a whole new level. Got your attention? Well, here are six facts you didn’t know about Lick Iced Tea.
More than a year has passed since the Marawi siege but the Maranao communities still need our help. Families still live in evacuation centers and are in need of supplies to help them get by. When the Beebeelee team visited Marawi City, we had the opportunity to talk to them and hear their needs. Thus, the #OneBoxOneMarawi initiative was born. Building on the success of the delivery of the first batch of boxes, we have collaborated with Ibarra Manila and Bughaw Digital to create a watch collection that honors the royal and elegant culture of the Maranaos and at the same time call the attention of the public to help our internally displaced brothers and sisters.
Have you ever had that feeling that your skin was crying out for some pampering? Been there, done that. So step right up, ladies (and gents)! We give you OMO! White, a line of soap bars that will pamper your delicate face and body!
Yes, Chocoliz products are bitter. They are cacao bars, after all. But don’t worry, the bitterness is not off-putting although it’s very different from the “dark chocolate” bars you’re used to. Chocoliz cacao bars contain 65%, 80%, or 100% cacao. If you’ve ever wondered what healthy chocolate tastes like, get yourself some Chocoliz cacao bars!
Indio Filipino shows its love for culture and history in a simple but beautiful way: printing it on shirts and headgear. The designs may be simple, but they have deeper meanings behind them. Wearing one is like making a statement of patriotism with prints like “Filipino” and “Kayumanggi” in Baybayin-our pre-colonial writing system that has since been overshadowed, but is now being recognized as an important foundation of Filipino culture.