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Knowing Yogyakarta Indonesia

Most Filipino travelers would go to nearby countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Macau (Visa free country) but very few would go to Indonesia. Most Filipinos would only know Bali and Jakarta but little did we know that Indonesia has so much to offer for all types of travelers.
In July 2016, I got invited by the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia together with 50+ other South East Asian bloggers and influencers to travel around Indonesia for 12 days. I extended my trip to Jakarta for 3 days and was not able to do so much because of the traffic jam. Few from our batch went to Yogyakarta and seeing their amazing photos made me want and eager to go back to Indonesia and visit Yogyakarta.
Luckily Last January 2018, I was able to go back in Indonesia, had a 4-day trip to Jakarta with AirAsia and finally extended my trip for another 4 days just to see the wonders of Yogyakarta. I always wanted to visit temples and palaces in this region and finally, I did. Let me share you where we s…

Indonesia's #1 Fruit Tea is now in the Philippines - SOSRO Fruit Tea



SOSRO FRUIT TEA INFO:
Sosro is created in 1997 by P.T. Sinar Sosro - pioneers of the worlds first bottled ready-to-drink tea, Sosro Fruit Tea is the number 1 fruit tea drink in Indonesia finally reaches the Philippines shores via Reddimark Multi resources exclusive partnership with the brands principals.
Last October 25th, Blogapalooza held their annual bloggers event to meet new and existing brands in the metro. I've seen familiar faces, known brands and many are new in the market now. One distinct brand that caught my eye is SOSRO FRUIT TEA.
That day was really exhausting, from hours of standing and walking at the event, participating different games from each brands booth that really drains my energy and good thing I had SOSRO Fruit Tea with me. My personal fave is Strawberry flavor. First sip, WOW! it's really refreshing! And honestly, this has a distinct flavor and you can never compare it with other brands here in PH. You can really taste the strawberry and the TEA. Now I understand why SOSRO is the number 1 fruit tea drink in INDONESIA.
If you wanna experience that  "Aaahhh" feeling after drinking a fruit tea drink, head over to your nearest supermarket and choose from their 4 flavors: Apple, Freeze, Guava and Strawberry.
Available at SM Hypermarkets, Landmark, Sta. Lucia Grocery, Tropical Hut, HI-TOP Supermarket, Walter Mart, Pioneer Center and other leading supermarkets.
Indonesia's #1 Fruit Tea is now in the Philippines - SOSRO Fruit Tea

Comments

  1. That's such a cool fruit tea, I bet it tastes really good. I love a good tea, especially if it's fruit flavored.

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  2. hmm, indonesia's number 1 huh! must be really yummy! too bad they're not selling in sg. would love to try if i can get one. I love bottled teas!

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  3. I'd give this a try if I come across it. My husband love trying new bottled tea drinks so if it's Indonesia's best one, then it better be tasty.

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    1. Not sure of the price but you can check leading supermarkets

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  4. Personally not a fan of bottled flavoured teas - usually I find them too sweet! But it's lovely, to see intra-Asean collaboration, for an indonedian product to be marketed in Phlippines!

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    1. Surprisingly this bottled tea is not that sweet. Its more of refreshing

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  5. I've never seen this in Manila before but I would totally love to try it when it eventually comes here! :D

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    1. Check at sm grocery and other leading supermarkets.

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  6. Yet another fruit tea brand! Is it sweeter than the existing brands? Do they have a low cal option?

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    1. This is more refreshing compare to other tea bottled drinks. Haven't check the calorie count though

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  7. No.1 in Indonesia? That must be very nice! The packaging looks so familiar, do they export to Malaysia?

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  8. very interesting concept - fruit tea !! to be honest i prefer natural products - ie fruit or tea - however it is probably a very good grab and go option - we may be in your country in 2016 so we will definitely check it out !

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  9. I know the beverages and food from Indonesia are more on the sweet side. Is this true? I usually avoid bottled tea as there so much sugar!

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  10. Haven't tried this one yet. Back when I was in Indonesia, I found one of the drinks I missed so much in the Philippines. So maybe, Indonesian, products really are penetrating the Philippine marketing, even back then.

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  11. It's nice to see Indonesia having a really functional fruit tea. It's just too good to resist.

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  12. It actually tasted like C2 but less sweet. I forgot to take a photo of what I got from blogapalooza because I decided to drink it during dinner :p

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  13. Another one of this type here. I love drinks like this but not the super sweet ones. I shall try it though.

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  14. I think I have seen this in stores but I have not tasted it yet. Or have I? Hehe. Or maybe I have seen this in a lauriat lunch we had attended at Gloria Maris. Yes, I think this was the one served there.

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  15. I love the taste of guava but I suggest a very cold one. Nice to taste this at Blogapalozza. Luckily, I'm drinking this now while posting my comment.

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  16. I havn't tasted this yet. I want to try it. hehe Kinda looks good.

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  17. I am such a huge fan of tea, especially fruit tea. I haven't really come across this brand yet, but if I would be able to get one, I'd give it a try too.

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  18. Good that the brand introduced four flavours of the tea! They all look great!

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  19. I haven't tried this tea. I love teas! Is it available in Singapore? I would love to try it

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  20. I really love this bottled tea drink. I kept looking for it here in Cavite but unfortunately, only the Guava is available. I was eyeing for their Apple flavor. :)

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