Consuming a box of ensaymada, once upon a time, was a three-step process: (1) Buy box of ensaymada; (2) Eat the contents of the box of ensaymada; and (3) immediately throw away the box. It’s a process that focus mainly on the second step.
Now, with blogging for VisitPinas.com, we got stuck in the third step. We spent more time inspecting the box before throwing it away, looking for interesting pieces of information to write here. For instance, Muhlach Ensaymada recommends buying their products within the day you intend to serve them, although these products are still best within 3 days from date of purchase.
The box also contains information on the calories per serving, although it’s probably a useless piece of information — lovers of this slightly sinful food don’t care about the calories. For more information on Muhlach melt products, visit it’s website (www.megamelt.com). The list of outlets are also included there, information which may come in handy should you (or your pregnant wife) crave for ensaymada.
Also, we spent more time taking photos of the ensaymada, although it doesn’t mean that we’re trying to act like pros in taking pictures. We’re just amateurs and if it takes much longer to take photos than to eat the ensaymada, it’s because this ensaymada melts in the mouth faster than finding a better shot.