Sunday, October 18, 2009

just like BORACAY FRUITSHAKES that you can SPREAD on BREAD!!!

Strawberry Banana, Strawberry Mint,
Pineapple-Rum-Colada, Pineapple Mango,
Mango White Chocolate, and Mango Vanilla!!!


Ria's from Bacolod, and Pierre's from France;

theirs is the classic love story of two people who meet,
fall in love, and start making sweet music together;
and in their case, sweet jams too!

Here's how they started creating their wonderful gourmet treats:

"Our Jam story started in the year 2003
when in our Paris home we experimented specialty jam recipes.

Now living again in the Philippines
we decided to apply our French recipes to the local fruits.

Our jam is cooked in small batches in copper cauldrons
like how it is used to be done in France years ago.

Our jam does not use any preservative,
only natural fruits and sugar."


Homemade French Jams
Cooked in Copper Cauldrons

The MANGO Collection

Our Mango collection is the most comprehensive,
comes in 7 flavors :

Mango :

The original taste of Mango

Mango Lavender :
The mango has been infused with Tagaytay grown lavender
to give a “Provencal” flavor.

Mango Ginger :
Ginger mixed with mango gives a unique and distinctive taste.

Mango Vanilla :
vanilla seeds add a perfect twist to the mango flavor

The white chocolate is a perfect sweet taste for the Mango jam.

Mango Papaya :
The fruits combination has been evenly balanced for this fruit duo

Mango Spices :
Cloves, cinnamon as well as few spoons of Rhum
have been gently added the Mango Papaya jam,
to give it a Christmas taste.

The PINEAPPLE Collection

Our Pineapple collection comes in 3 flavors :

Pineapple :
The original taste of pineapple

Pineapple Mango :
A right fruit combination for a perfect balanced taste.

Pineapple COCO RHUM :
Fresh coconut milk as well as a hint of rhum,
for a pinacolada like jam flavor

The STRAWBERRY Collection

Our Strawberry collection comes in 4 flavors :

Strawberry :
the original taste of strawberry

Strawberry Mango:

A well balanced fruit combination for the best of both.

Strawberry Mint :
Negros grown organic mint has been infused
and added to the strawberry jam to give a refreshing alternative

Strawberry BANANA:
Strawberry and banana make an amazing blend combination.

Pierre and Ria are just starting out,
so there are no formal pick-up/delivery
routines yet; but this very sweet couple
will surely find a way to get you JAMMIN'!

(I'm already quite addicted to their
Strawberry Banana, Pina Colada, & Mango Spice)

ria's cellphone:



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm confused by the title.

I get the "jam" part.

What does this have to do with shakes or in particular, shakes on boracay? I guess if someone made a shake that thick and still called it a 'shake', thats ok since it's their menu. Someone can also sell a steak and call it a taco if they so choose. I hope thats not a reference to Jonahs because honestly, Jonahs shakes only impress people that have no idea what a shake is to start with.

October 19, 2009 at 6:11 AM  
Blogger spanx said...

you're familiar with jonah's,
so you're familiar with
the flavors.

it's all about that.

there are different kinds of
shakes; if you're biased
towards the kind available
in McDonald's, then that's

but that does NOT make
jonah's unimpressive.

it's a matter of preference.

October 19, 2009 at 9:25 AM  
Anonymous cielo said...

hi spanky,

how much would a box cost? does it come in 3's or more? tnx!

October 22, 2009 at 10:32 PM  
Anonymous Lois said...

Thanks for this post! I found their jams at a recent rockwell bazaar, their fliers only had their website, which is under construction. I love the mango lavander and the plain ol' strawberry!

October 25, 2009 at 7:01 PM  
Blogger spanx said...

@ cielo:

the small jars cost P140 each;
the bigger ones, sorry...
i forgot! will get more flavors
this weekend. for the box
and other inquiries, feel free
to call/text ria anytime : )

@ lois:

now i have to try those two!
these are also perfect toppings
for vanilla ice cream!

October 26, 2009 at 3:23 PM  

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