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Tubo Ko sells delicious sugarcane juice!

Sugarcane juice

Sugarcane juice is a favorite. My brothers love it, too. On his first trip to Singapore, I told my younger brother Sean to taste one. There's not a lot of sugarcane juice in Manila, as far as I know, although Auntie Cecil, mother's best friend and soul-sister, told me it used to be available in Binondo in the 1980s. Imagine my surprise when I found out there's a booth in SM MegaMall that sells sugarcane juice. Tubo Ko is on the Upper Ground Floor, Mega A, near the escalators. The juice is squeezed out fresh from the sugarcane; it is then transferred to a mouth-watering plastic cup with ice. It is delicious, especially on very hot days! It's cheaper here (Php 75 for the large cup) than in Singapore or Hong Kong.

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  1. But more expensive than Indonesia! :)
    At least you're getting a product that's not as easy to obtain as other juices, at least in Metro Manila.

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    1. Still, it's good to know the juice is available in Indonesia, too.

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