Pinkie's Farm Mango Milk
A tropical treat
Creamy, rich, and with a tropical punch, the Pinkie’s Farm Mango Milk is as proudly Filipino as you can get. With milk taken from grass-fed cows in Lipa, Batangas, to the use of local mango, this is an indulgence you wouldn’t mind partaking.
TASTING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR
The grass-fed cows of Pinkie’s Farm in Lipa, Batangas is to thank for the all-natural, pasteurized milk packaged in glass bottles. It has a creamy consistency, and an incredibly rich flavor.
The addition of local mango to this milk makes it even more special. It tastes just like mango ice cream, and on a hot day, is exactly what you need.
PREPARATION AND PAIRINGS
With summer just around the corner, a mango shake will hit just the spot. Why not try making an easy mango shake with Pinkie’s Farm Mango Milk?
Just pour some mango milk into a blender, add some ice, and blend. Very simple, but this drink will cool you off, and will remind you of relaxing days at the beach.
THE QUEEN OF FRUIT
To many Filipinos, the Philippine mango being crowned the sweetest fruit in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records in 1995, is no surprise.
With its golden color, and succulent, sweet meat, the Philippine mango is one of the country’s top exports. It’s also the third most important fruit crop in the country, next to bananas and pineapples. It’s no wonder it’s the country’s national fruit.
This milk is all-natural, and contains no preservatives. It must be placed in the refrigerator immediately upon receipt, as heat could accelerate spoilage. It will last 7 days, unopened. But once opened, must be consumed within 2 days.