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Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt

I just recently discovered Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt, and boy, was it different yogurt experience.


Unlike other yogurt shops, Tutti Frutti is a self-serve store.  Grab your desired cup size, fill it up with your chosen yogurt flavor/s (you can have as many as you want) and add your desired toppings.  You pay by the ounce (Php20).


I love the fact that they offer a variety of yogurt flavors (6 at any given time) to choose from.  With an offering of both sweet and tart yogurt varieties, one could have a hard time choosing a favorite.  There's almond, pomegranate, vanilla, blueberrillicious, taro-bly delicious, original tart, death by choco, green tea, among others.  They change flavors every once in a while but the bestsellers are usual mainstays in every store.


You're only limited by your cravings.  The only downside, though, is that there is a big possibility of getting carried away when faced with such an array of choices.  But who cares, right?  =)


I also love the uber friendly staff.  They were there to readily assist customers and answer inquiries.  Very nice.  =)

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Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt has opened a number of stores in the country.  Visit their website at http://tfyogurt.net/index.php for the full list.

Comments

  1. nice post :) i heard abt this but where is this located? ^^

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  2. @aMz88: Thanks! Tutti Frutti is located in select malls around the Philippines. You can also click the link provided in the entry for their locations in pther countries. =)

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  3. Have not tried out although there's one near my working place, should be great in taste and a fav among bloggers.

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  4. @Nava K: Try it one time. Its really good. Plus I'm really impressed with the variety of yogurt flavors. It might just be my pregnancy hormones going haywire but I'm finding myself craving for sweets most of the time, which makes Tutti Frutti's sweet yogurt line such a great option. =)

    The one thing I do find annoying (which I forgot to post in the entry) are the ads and jingles they have in the store. But as I said, it might just be the hormones acting up. Hehehe!

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