After lunch in Tagaytay Highlands’ Golfer’s Lounge we headed back to Manila. We stopped by Mr. Moo’s to buy some milk, cheese and pastillas.
Almost all my friends bought cow’s milk except for Debbie who swore that the carabao milk was much tastier. Since their milk was fresh and didn’t go through UHT (ultra high temperature processing) the lone sales person diligently packed the bottles in large plastic bags filled with ice to survive the trip back to Manila.
Still not sure what milk or cheese to buy? They have a comparison of the different milk and cheese bassed on taste, texture and flavor. I couldn’t get a better picture because the sign was semi-blocked by a wall.
milk and cheese comparison chart (click to enlarge)
I can’t tell you how it tasted because I didn’t buy anything. I just didn’t feel like it at the time. But looking back I wish I bought a block of kesong puti and goat milk ricotta cheese. Kesong puti with pesto panini is just scrumptious.
Mr. Moo’s Fresh Milk & Kesong Puti
Tagaytay (0922) 8774085 or in Silang (0922) 8774083