The Lost Bread will indulge you to some of the most colorful and imaginative milkshake concoctions you will ever find.
Originally a Maginhawa hidden gem, this now popular dessert parlor has close to a handful of branches to satisfy that milkshake thirst.
Each branch keeps the same aesthetic of the original making it a perfect backdrop for those social media posts.
What is it about their milkshakes?
The Lost Bread’s milkshakes undoubtedly overflow with personality and unique characteristics. It’s as if they just let their imaginations run wild while crafting each one.
As a matter of fact, it’s become quite customary for customers to Instagram their milkshake before taking their first sip. That’s how good they look!
Fortunately, these sugar-filled milkshakes actually taste as good as they look.
Their photogenic best selling milkshake is what they call, the Carnival (P180). This milkshake is a mix of vanilla butter cake, caramel syrup, popcorn, and finished with a large afro-shaped serving of white cotton candy.
It’s a feast for the tastebuds with the sweetness of caramel blending so well with the salty crunchiness of popcorn. This is a definite must-try for anyone with a sweet tooth.
The other flavors are not as flashy and bold as the Carnival but are still definitely worth a try. This includes the doughnut coffee mix simply called Doughfee (P180) and the brownie topped banana and peanut butter fusion, dubbed Nut Interested (P170).
Layers of flavorful sweets aside, the milkshake itself is nostalgic and reminiscent of the creamy beverage we love to order at diners and burger joints.
Adding Some Alcohol
Aside from their kid-friendly milkshakes, The Lost Bread has some with a bit of alcohol infused in them.
One example is another one of their best selling offerings called the Campfire (P199). This particular milkshake is meant to bring back fond memories of camping by adding torched marshmallows Graham crackers. It also mixes Kahlua, a type coffee-flavored liqueur.
It’s interesting for them to mix alcohol with their milkshakes, even though at times the sweetness overpowers it. Despite this, there is no denying how well the torched marshmallow and Graham crackers go with a milkshake.
Similarly, the drink called Swissed Missed (P180) also mixes the milkshake with Kahlua but has cocoa and chocolate wafer toppings instead.
In addition, they also have a Bailey’s infused coffee milkshake with cookies called Spiked Cookie (P180) and a milkshake with Vodka, strawberry syrup, and fruit cereal dubbed Birthday Cake (P180).
Regardless if you’re a milkshake lover or not, you’ll surely be walking out of The Lost Bread with a beefed up social media feed. And you’ll be leaving your friends and followers with their mouths wide open, drooling at the sight of milkshakes.
One of The Lost Bread’s new branches is located at the Fourth Floor, SM Megamall Fashion Hall, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City and is open from 11AM to 10PM.
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