A taste of Pinoy goodness in every slice of Honeybon

Celebrate the best of Filipino flavors this National Language Month!

Honeybon Cakes has been around since 2006, creating a lighter way to indulge in cakes. Whether it’s an award-winning chocolate cake, strawberry shortcake, or any of their cakes celebrating the goodness of Pinoy-grown flavors, every confection from the Honeybon kitchen will surely delight on the first bite.

For National Language Month (August, Buwan ng Wika), we celebrate the flavors that make us truly Filipino.

Honeybon created the cake iteration of this classic Filipino dessert. The Classic Sans Rival has layers of light and chewy meringue with silky buttercream frosting in between. A generous sprinkle of crushed toasted cashews tops the cake, giving it a new pleasure of texture.

Crowned with a halo made of ube buttercream frosting, the aptly named Saint Ube Cake is one of Honeybon’s best-sellers for a good reason. It features vanilla custard in between layers of ube-flavored chiffon. The entire cake is covered with smooth ube buttercream frosting, ube cake crumbs, and of course the ube buttercream halo on top. 

Their signature Mango Royale Cake and Mango Cheesecake take pride in showcasing the best and the sweetest mangoes in the world.

Photo by Honeybon

The Mango Royale Cake has layers of tropical-inspired meringue layered with slivers of locally sourced mangoes and light cream to hold everything together. Like a true royal, the cake is crowned with golden mango spheres, glistening like jewels.

Photo by Honeybon

The Mango Cheesecake combines the best of the East and the West. It has a graham crust topped with a rich cheesecake layer and finished with a layer of creamy yet light mousse and a beautifully arranged rosette made with slices of locally sourced ripe mangoes. 

Honeybon Cakes are available for delivery via www.honeybon.ph and at their stores in SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City and Festival Mall in Alabang. 

Follow Honeybon on Instagram (@honeyboncakes) and Facebook (@honeybonph) for more delicious updates. 

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