April 21, 2019

Caramia’s New Joyful Summer Treat: The Limited Edition Mango Cream Pie

When you think of tropical fruits,  what's the first thing that comes to your mind? Well for me, I easily think about one fruit: Mango! Mango is my favorite fruit of all, almost all variety of it! Ripe, unripe, name it I'd eat it (except the mango-apple variety with that acrid taste). Also, I'd eat anything with mango in it; that's how much I love it!

The Philippines is, and I’m proud to say this, probably the best place where anyone can get or eat mangoes. Our country produces the best ones and foreigners can attest to that. I even know a Hong Kong-based dessert place that source their mangoes from Zambales and Pangasinan. And hello, Cebu and Guimaras… other places like the former two where you can get those oh so delicious fruit.

Mangoes are produced all year round in the Philippines; but they are usually abundant in the summer, and cheaper too! There are so many mango desserts and drinks being sold nowadays and one of my favorite café, Cara Mia just launched their special summer offering: the Mango Cream Pie! My lovely friends at Cara Mia recently sent me one for me and my family to try! What a joyful treat!

Cara Mia Cakes & Gelato was formally launched as a separate brand from Amici in May, 2009 with the first outlet opening in Greenhills. Using the same principles that Fr Colombo used to create authentic Italian Gelato, Cara Mia has since expanded its line to many more exciting gelato flavors as well as other gelato-based products and delectable desserts to complement its mix.

Cara Mia was the first to introduce Gelato Cakes in the country. Gelato Cakes, which comprise various gelato flavors fused in with elements like wafers, pie crusts, nuts and toppings to form beautiful cakes are perfect for gift giving and special occasions. There is also the affogato which is gelato “drowned” in with espresso as well as gelato shakes which are various gelato flavors mixed in with milk for a very satisfying and indulgent experience. The refrigerated cake line completes the mix of fabulous desserts that are proudly served in all Cara Mia shops.

The Mango Cream Pie is Cara Mia’s newest seasonal item. It’s a cream based pie topped with an exquisite display of glazed ripe mangoes, nestled in a delightful shortbread piecrust. Since the inside of the pie is made of whipped cream, it is best kept refrigerated and enjoyed chilled.

Cara Mia never fails to send me to heaven with their cakes/pies! Every bite of this Mango Cream Pie is like a piece of heaven and I’m not saying this just because I LOVE MANGOES, but because the cream had the right amount of sweetness and the mangoes had a balanced taste between sweet and tangy (just a little bit though, but mostly sweet). The crust is also a bit sweet but has a good texture to it. Like I said earlier, it’s best eaten when it’s still chilled or frozen and it’ll make taste like an ice cream cake. But even if it’s a bit thawed, it’s still super good! It’s the perfect dessert for you to try this summer and enjoy and with friends and family.

You may get a Mango Cream Pie in any Cara Mia/Amici store for P985 or its slice for only P150. You may also now conveniently order this pie through the Cara Mia website or through our cake delivery hotline at 822-1111.

Don Bosco, Makati 818 - 4444 / Tomas Morato, QC 376-6458
SM Megamall Atrium 636-1340 / Megamall Kiosk 261-9084
Greenhills, San Juan 724-4804 / Ayala Triangle Gardens 621-6111
Robinsons Galleria 225-7786 / Robinsons Place Manila 559-9637
Venice Piazza 555-1000 / UP Ayala Technohub, QC 709-0999
ATC, Muntinlupa City 403-9373 / TriNoma 747-7882
Ayala Fairview Terraces 956-8993 /  Estancia Mall 696-4103
SM Clark / City Delivery  87878
Email: marketing@caramia.ph
Website: www.caramia.ph

For more information, complete menu and restaurant reviews, check out their Zomato profile: 
Cara Mia Cakes & Gelato Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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