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A Sweet Afternoon at Caffe Ti-Amo

I've been meaning to try Caffe Ti-amo for the longest time already.  Being stuck here in Cavite, although provides such a breath of fresh air that's good for both me and baby, can be such a drag at times since popular establishments rarely make their presence known here.  Would you believe, there isn't even a Starbucks here in Imus?!

Anyway, I digress.  So once I found myself in Greenbelt one fine weekend, I was set on trying out this place once and for all!


Brought to Manila by the creative and enterprising Jollibee foods, Caffe Ti-amo aims to bring good quality gelato and coffee to Manila's ever growing population of sweet tooth sufferers (not a bad thing to have, if you ask me.)

For one thing, I absolutely love their decor!  With comfy seats and tables suited for a number of customers.

Don't you just love the decor?  =)

Gelato is definitely the speciality, a healthier and creamier alternative to those fatty ice cream desserts.


Their gelato comes in a number of sizes: Small (1 flavor  for Php55), regular with 2 flavors (Php95), medium with 3 flavors (Php135) and large (Php175) that can fit 4 mouthwatering flavors!

Blueberry cheesecake and Dark chocolate gelato overload!

Not in the mood for gelato?  You can also try any one of their delicious Caffelatto frappes.

Tiramisu Caffelatto in a regular size (Php135)

Teas and patries are also available.  Oh!  And the staff even allowed taking photos!!!  So nice of them to do so.

So the next time you find yourself in Greenbelt, satisfy your sweet tooth cravings at Caffe Ti-amo!  =)

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  1. wah i want to visit them as soon as i can :D
    great post ;D
    http://amz88.blogspot.com/

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  2. their gelato looks good! nagutom ko sa 5th picture. =)

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  3. i've tagged you on this post.

    http://michiphotostory.blogspot.com/2011/07/blog-on-fire-award.html

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  4. @aMz88: Thanks! I try to take good photos pero minsan pumapalya. Hehehe! =D

    @michi: Thanks for the comment! =)

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  5. @Kumiko Mae: It is. You should try it out one time. =)

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