Many Filipino kids have experienced chasing manong every morning to buy a warm cup of his product. But as those kids have grown, the original kind of taho also leveled up. Take a look at Taho Klasiko, offering the same goodness but not warm because it’s chilled!
Taho Klasiko revamps the classic taho
Taho, but make it modish.
This snack is made of silken tofu, sago or tapioca pearls, and brown sugar syrup, sold by vendors roaming around on bicycles, mainly in the morning. It has been a typical Filipino breakfast because of the warmth it brings to our stomachs and the sweetness and creamy texture. But have you tasted a chilled one a size of a milk tea cup? Or maybe one that has a scoop of ice cream on top?
Make way for Taho Klasiko’s Chilled Taho. From selling their product online to having their physical store in Valenzuela. The owners of this shop opened their business during last year’s quarantine period since many vendors are limited to going to different places. Now, they earn a profit of 6 digits per month. But hold on! They don’t offer you the typical ones because they have it chilled that comes with many twists!
Modern taste of the childhood snack
Taho Klasiko offers it in flavors of classic, brown sugar, milk, matcha, Yakult, etc. They also have a cup of it with ice cream! Or if you want to do your version, worry not. Because they also sell soya milk and taho in a tub. Customize it your way and discover your best blend! They also have snacks to offer, best paired with the star of their shop.
Moreover, after a year of hard work, they have expanded their stores and now have branches in Manila, Bulacan, Quezon City, and even Laguna! Different news articles and segments featured their story, serving as an inspiration for many who want to try opening their businesses.
How about you? What do you prefer? The OG warm taho? Or the modern, trendy, revamped, and chilled from Taho Klasiko?
Aside from writing, she loves sports and has been a varsity student for eight years. But as a kid, she dreamt of being a chef one day. That is why she, too, has fallen in love with the art of cooking. That's Lorwillyn, mostly known as "Joy" in their household, and she may not have the most joyous face you'd ever see when you happen to bump into her. Worry not 'cos she isn't mad nor vexed. She's probably just thinking about what update in the story she should write next.