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Manila Butterscotch Maker Pinky’s Goodies Introduces New Flavor

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Prominent Manila butterscotch maker Pinky’s Goodies recently launched a new flavor for their line of premium dessert bars to entice its customers to try fresh flavors from the tropics. The new variant, Pineapple Butterscotch, is made only from the finest dried pineapples in the country to bring out its sweet and tangy essence that most people enjoy.

Head baker and founder Pinky Javelosa-Añonuevo, keen on introducing her customers to new flavors, experimented with different food combinations and came up with the ideal balance of sweetness and tartness. This resulted into a delectable creation of plentiful dried pineapple bits mixed in moist, chewy butterscotch. The appeal of the Pineapple Butterscotch comes from its twist of complementing zest and sugar from the well-known tropical fruit.

Pinky’s Goodies has a diverse collection of mouth-watering treats suited for desserts, snacks and pasalubongs aside from the delicious butterscotch bars. Those who want to shop for premium pastries offered by Pinky’s Goodies like yema and biscocho can stop by their main branch at BF Homes, Parañaque. To order butterscotch bars online, visit PinkysGoodies.com today.

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