Locally Juice Drinks Take Families To An Exciting Taste Trip Around The Philippines

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A homegrown beverage brand called Locally is now serving delicious juice drinks in fruit flavors most of us have just only imagined in the past. We may have love orange and mango juices served usually to us in restaurants or bought from the groceries, but mangosteen and sineguelas, these are exciting Pinoy fruit flavors we will all love to try.

With Locally, you’re going on a taste trip around the Philippine regions with its ten (10) indigenous flavours: Mangosteen (Mangosteenie Miney Mo), Sineguelas (Save The Best for Sineguelast), Dalandan (You’ve Dalandan It Again), Tamarind (Tamarind My Bell), Guyabano (Guyabano-body But You), Calamansi (Calamansi’z The Day), Pomelo (Pomelong and Lasting Love), and Buco (Merci Buco 100% Coconut Water, Lychee, Buko Pandan).

Merci Buco line 3 variants: Pandan, Lychee and Coconut Water

As for the Merci Buco line, there are 3 variants: Pandan, Lychee and Coconut Water. The Merci Buco line boasts of being the First Eco-Certified Organic Cocowater in the Philippines (USDA approved).

Aside from the unique and refreshing taste of Locally juice drinks, this gives an opportunity for us moms to introduce new fruit flavors to members of the family. Sometimes, children or even adults only learn to appreciate fruits once they tasted them. Better than all these, All Locally juices are good sources of Vitamin C. As for the Merci Buco Line, the coconut water is gluten free, not from concentrate, non-GMO, no fat nor cholesterol and a good source of electrolytes.

Sam Y.G. hosted the Locally launching event at Early Night, The Fort Entertainment Centre, BGC.

Sam Y.G. hosted the Locally launching event at Early Night, The Fort Entertainment Centre, BGC.

Gretchen King, Group Product Manager Locally

Gretchen King, Group Product Manager Locally

Filipino treats were served to attendees, to remind us how good Filipino delicacies will always be.

Filipino treats were served to attendees, to remind us how good Filipino delicacies will always be.

Enseladang Pak-o-ganern and other local dishes named with humor

Enseladang Pak-o-ganern and other local dishes named with humor

It’s also high time that we give more love to our own local flavors and contribute even a little by supporting our local industry. Gretchen King, the Group Product Manager of Locally, talked about how Locally is being made. In the launch event of Locally held in BGC, she said “Each of our flavours is created from natural, homegrown fruits sourced from different parts of the country — there’s the tamarind from Central and Southern Luzon, Mangosteen from Davao, and Calamansi from Isabela, among others. We aim to raise awareness and appreciation of our local produce, and in turn,  support Filipino farmers and the farming community.”

Locally is farmed by Filipino hands in the following areas:

  • Tamarind: Cavite, Bulacan, Batangas, Zambales, Pangasinan and Nueva Ecija
  • Dalandan: Batangas, Laguna, Mindoro
  • Mangosteen: Davao
  • Calamansi: Isabela, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan and Tarlac
  • Guyabano: Cebu and Misamis Occidental
  • Sineguelas: Luzon Area (Pangasinan)
  • Pomelo: Davao and Quezon.
  • Coconut: Bicol and Quezon

Locally juices are available in all leading convenience stores and supermarkets. SRP:bottled juices – Php30.95,cans – Php24.50. As for the Merci Buco line, the tetra packs are Php34.45 for 330mL and Php91.95 for 1L.

To get more information about Locally, visit @LocallyPH on Instagram and Facebook.

8 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Czjai2018/01/04 at 12:54 pm - Reply

    I’ve tried all variants, and Tamarind is my absolute favorite! Coconut comes in second, hehe. 🙂

  2. Maan2018/01/06 at 11:04 am - Reply

    Ang witty ng names, love it! I’ve seen this brand na but I’ve never gotten around to actually trying them. They do look good though so I’ll buy a can or two next time I see them!

  3. Ayi2018/01/07 at 1:07 pm - Reply

    I like brands that employ and give opportunities to Filipino workers and the local industry in general. I would rather support that by buying their products instead of imported ones. Have to look for this and give it a try 🙂

  4. Joy2018/01/07 at 2:37 pm - Reply

    Wow! This is really great! I have never tried “Locally” products. Maybe because I have not yet seen them? I would definitely try to get some for my family. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  5. Angel Caronongan-Enero2018/01/07 at 3:01 pm - Reply

    Wow, they already have 10 variants pala, I have only tried the Dalandan and I love it. That “Sineguelas (Save The Best for Sineguelast)” tho, would love to try it.

  6. Berlin | Momi Berlin2018/01/07 at 9:57 pm - Reply

    I love this brand. I particularly love the Dalandan variant. I like that it is in a bottle which makes it chic to look at. Love the way they also creatively made the logo.

  7. Mommy Rockin' In Style2018/01/08 at 1:18 am - Reply

    Wow you had me on siniguelas! Coz’ I love them so much! Will definitely check them out and buy some for my family too. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Badet Siazon2018/01/08 at 6:41 am - Reply

    I love this event! I got overwhelmed with all the variants but I’ll stick to Pomelo, Tamarind, and Guyabano.

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