Quite surprisingly, when we reached Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite, we saw a taho vendor and we were intrigued of the color of his taho that he is selling. We approached Manong Taho and he started selling us his Ube Taho for Php 10.
Taho or soybean curd is a popular street food in the Philippines especially during morning hours.
We asked what his taho made of and he answered it’s syrup based flavoring only.
To feed our curiosity we bought one serving of his Ube Taho with utmost excitement.
As we pay him, our eyes glanced at the scenic and historic Aguinaldo Shrine as Manong scooped some more taho into the disposable transparent plastic cup.
The tour inside the house of the 1st President of the Philippine Republic has began to start so we finished our taho right away.
There’s nothing much spectacular with the flavor of manong’s Ube Taho but it’s definitely one experience you should also try when you visit Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit.
It’s just a regular taho only it has the color of the purple yam.
Does our Php 10 worth for the ube taho experience? For experience yes, but over-all we would still prefer the original flavored taho, vanilla and pearl sago style!
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