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The White Hat Cold Drinks and Smoothies

Like the millions of kids (ahem) my age, I, too, grew up with the sweet and creamy taste of ice cream and pops.  Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought that a slightly tart, less saccharine loaded alternative would eventually take the place of my first dessert love affair.

And I have The White Hat to thank for that.

The White Hat Glorietta 3 branch

The White Hat was the very first store that actually introduced me to the concept of a tasty yogurt treat as a kind of dessert.   Sure I'd had the grocery-sold drinks but as a frozen treat, it simply was just not part of my vocabulary back then.

Enter the age of the fro-yo with The White Hat as one of it's earliest advocates, and let's just say I have never looked back since then.

Everyday is The White Hat Day!

Oh!  And it helps that I also love the interiors of their stores.  Take, for instance, their Glorietta 3 branch.  With the white walls and furniture, anything else with color just simply pops out!

White interiors

Ordering your personalized fro-yo concoction is as easy as pie. 

Step 1: choose your serving size -- regular (Php90), large (Php120) or tub (Php210.)

Regular, large or tub

Step 2:  Choose your fro-yo flavor of choice.

Note: Not all flavors are available in regular and large cups.

Step 3 (and, IMO, the hardest part):  Choose from their wide assortment of toppings (Php20 for 1, Php35 for 2, and Php45 for 3 kinds.)



And tadaa!  A healthy, guilt-free dessert!


What's that?  A close up you say?

Close up!


Definitely not a "stick" in the mud


And here's some good news!

Health-buffs are in for a treat this year of the Dragon, as The White Hat, purveyor of fresh authentic Italian yogurt desserts has released a new line of yogurt and creamy milk-inspired healthy drinks.

The White Hat cold drinks and smoothies

There's the Fruity Smoothies (Php135) line which includes kiwi, strawberry, banana, mango, and blueberries.  All made with real fruits and fresh yogurt.

Then there's the Signature Smoothies (Php150) line inspired by The White Hat's original recipes and concoctions.  Imagine a drinkable Strawberry Cheesecake smoothie!  There’s also Banana Walnut Honey, Mango Cream Pie, Blueberry Grape, and Peanut Butter Banana.  All drinks are made with fresh yogurt blended just to the right consistency making them oh-so healthy and delicious.

And for those who love creamy delights, there’s also the milk-based Creamy Treats (Php125) line which has Cookies & Cream, Caramel Cream, Chocolate Cream, and Almond Cream variants.  These fantastic blends are sure to hit the spot for a quick energy boost after a long day of frantic shopping.

Chocolate Cream (right) and Strawberry Cheesecake

Try these refreshing, creamy, satisfying, and low fat smoothies and drinks at The White Hat store nearest you!


P.S. Best shared with a loved one or friends.  Just look at how happy the Favorite (and only) Nephew was to take a sip.



The White Hat
Metro Manila Outlets:  SM Megamall, Fully Booked BHS, Glorietta 3, SM North Edsa, SM Marikina, Gateway Mall, Shangri-la Mall, Robinsons Manila, Robinsons Galleria, SM Mall Of Asia, Ayala Trinoma Mall, Landmark (Trinoma), Rockwell, One Archers Place La Salle Taft
Provincial Outlets:  Marquee Mall, SM Pampanga, Star Green Promenade- Dagupan


  1. White Hat is one of my favorite yogurt places! Along with Yohgurt Froz and Red Mango :>

  2. Because of this post, I suddenly craved for White hat. Must hurry to High Street during lunch time! :)

  3. I didn't know that White Hat serves drinks pala. :) Will try that soon. :)

  4. Wow, I'd love to try their peanut butter banana and strawberry cheesecake smoothies! White Hat is our default dessert place in ATC, and my favorite is the Baker's Hat :D

  5. Those are new products. They're really good too. It's not as tart. =)


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