PRICE RANGE: Php 620/10pcs cookies, Php 950/cheesecake
Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Ortigas Center (Front of Pandora)
2F Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati City
The Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory is a bright, alluring stall that you notice at once when you walk inside the mall. It’s designed to look like a modern barn and it’s very spot-on with its theme.
The staff was very nice. They’re glad to help you with whatever you need including tasting every one of their unique cheese cookies. They’re efficient and overall just happy to serve.
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory is a known brand in Japan but is expanding its reach here in Manila including Hong Kong. Their product uses high quality cheese, milk and other ingredients from all over the world. They’ve produced flavors that are not normally seen together which is the case with their cheese cookies. It’s not the first time we’ve seen this but with flavors like Salt & Camembert, Honey & Gorgonzola, Porcini & Gouda and with FREE TASTE, who wouldn’t be convinced to try their first bite? 😀
Here is a cookie with one of that unique flavors I’ve been talking about. The Porcini & Gouda cookie uses Guérande sea salt, Gouda cheese and Porcini mushrooms. The Porcini mushrooms give the cookie a little hint of nutty flavor but it’s very subtle, you’ll barely even notice it.
Here comes their best-selling product. The Salt & Camembert cookie is made of Hokkaido milk, and French Guérande salt. It’s filled with Camembert cheese, and white chocolate. Once you bite into it, you feel the biscuit’s crunch and then the creaminess of the filling. It’s just like something fresh off a barn.
Last but not the lease, the Honey & Gorgonzola cookie is made of crunchy Hokkaido milk and Gorgonzola cheese cookies filled with Spanish Rosemary Honey. This one’s my sister’s favorite. I think the flavor’s relaxing and sweeter than the other two but my favorite would be the Porcini & Gouda cookie. I like its nutty flavor. It kind of gave me a bit of a mystery to decipher of what the ingredient was.
This is the mother load. The king of their crop. The Milk Cheesecake. They only have a limited stock of this specially since all their products are imported from Japan. When I first saw their Milk Cheesecake, I can’t help but remember the taste of Milk Box’s Hokkaido Cake.
photo from @basetech
Milk Box sells their Hokkaido Cakes for Php 380 for a box of 6 so I do hope that when I do finally get a taste of their Milk Cheesecake, Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory gives me a melt in my mouth feel with the 570 pesos difference. Haha
Their products are also great for gift giving this Christmas. You can purchase their bag (on the left) or just get their box of cheese cookies and it’ll still look presentable – or you can just get them so you have something good to munch on while working. 🙂 Enjoy!