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TinTan's Pastries: SABAnoffee Pie

TinTan's Pastries

I now belong to a different team in my current job. Apparently, one of my new teammates was my former classmate in high school, who used to be Allen's classmate in college, and now has a pastry business together with his fiancee. What a way to greet us was with their best seller: SABAnoffee Pie

TinTan's Pastries SABAnoffee Pie

SABAnoffee Pie (120Php)
SABAnoffee Pie is loaded with saba slices covered with chocolate and toffee on a bed of graham crust topped with non-dairy whipped cream and chocolate drizzle
TinTan's Pastries SABAnoffee top

It was introduced to me as "banoffee". But the moment I tried it, I knew there was something different. Yes, it's the banana as they're using saba! (It was only after I have eaten it that I was informed they were using saba.) 

Another thing I noticed about SABAnoffee was that it wasn't too sweet, nor had a sugar-sweet taste. The sweetness of this dessert naturally and mostly came from the saba.

The crushed graham crust may be the sweetest but it was well-balanced by layers of banana slices, toffee, and whipped cream. 

TinTan's Pastries SABAnoffee layering

I've learned that Tintan's Pastries is working with Gawad Kalinga's Center for Social Innovation. They already have plans of teaching the Gawad Kalinga Nanays to produce the pastries, and also to get the raw products, such as the saba, from the Gawad Kalinga Farmers. Glad to know that they are getting involved in such social actions.

TinTan's Pastries SABAnoffee 

For a price of 120Php, this home-made delight can already be shared by two persons. Also with this price, and for every product you buy from them, you get to help the Gawad Kalinga community.

TinTan's Pastries
+63917-840-3636 / +63917-858-8537