Baguio Weekend: Chocolate de Batirol.

I first heard of Choco-late de Batirol from Senator Pia and was curious about it ever since.   And last weekend, I finally got to see it during a quick trip to Baguio.

The entrance to Choco-late de Batirol might be easy to miss because its rainforest vibe blends so well with the grounds of Camp John Hay.

 If the entrance got your attention, wait until you see the interior.

I like how each table seems to have its own private corner.   Good for groups, perfect for couples :)

"Our vision is to convert or create a sustainable eco-friendly/eco-tourism destination through an advocacy for environment preservation and enhancement. We believe it is also timely to participate in global warming efforts and waste management. Our proposal is to germinate / propagate 10,000 to 30,000 cacao seedlings in a 3-4 year span."

Check out their menu.

I got the Traditional Blend (P80/$2) and enjoyed it since it was really cold that night.

Since I'm running into a bit of blogger's block (aka not in the mood to blog), let me just share more photos from the trip. When I left Manila, it was raining.  But as you can see, the weather in Baguio was perfect. 

I hope these photos took your Monday blues away :)  Have a great week everyone!

Choco-late' de Batirol
Dining Date: 23 February 2013

Igorot Park 
Camp John Hay 
Baguio City

Mobile No.: (+63916) 375-6510 (Socorro)
Mobile No.: (+63915) 933-3474 (Michelle) 

1 comment

  1. I should give Baguio a visit. Grade school pa ko when I last went there. :)


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