Filipino Drinks filipino recipe | chicken | dessert & salad | merienda (snacks) | pork & beef | seafoods | soup & sauce | vegetable, rice, noodle | filipino delicacy | filipino drinks | regional specialty | cooking tips | glossary | weights and measurement | substitutions | where to buyThe climate of the Philippines is distinguished by having relatively high temperature, high humidity and abundant rainfall. This is a reason why chilled drinks are well-liked and popular.
Salabat - ginger tea
Gulaman at Sago - a flavored iced-drink with agar gelatin and tapioca balls/pearls
Fresh Mango Shake - ripe mangoes blended with milk, ice and sugar
Pandan Iced Tea - tea made with Pandan leaves and lemon grass.
Green Mango Shake - green mangoes blended with syrup.
Kalamansi Juice - Philippine limes squeezed and blended with honey, syrup or sugar.
Lambanog - is hard liquor made from coconut extract.
Fresh Buko Juice - The Philippines is a producer of coconut products. The fruit is topped and a straw is pierced into the membrane allowing a person to drink its juice.
Other Tropical Fruit Drinks - Dalanghita (green mandarin), Suha (Pomelo), Piña (Pineapple), Banana, and Guyabano (Soursop).
Brandy-Iced Tea Powder - a popular cocktail and a part of several cocktails of liqueurs and juice powders.
Fruit Shakes - similar to milkshake but it only contains fruit or flavoring (like chocolate malt drink powder or chocolate cookies), milk (except in some fruits), crushed ice, water and sugar. There are unusual flavors like durian.
Gin-Pomelo (a certain type of citrus, popular to its pink color) Juice Powder
Gin-Pineapple Juice Powder
Brandy-Grape Juice Powder
Pearl Shakes - powder-flavored shakes with large tapioca pearls (sago) and syrup; come in a wide assortment of flavors including mango, ube, halo-halo, corn, pandan, buko, etc.