I love supporting local brands, be it with makeup products, fashion, travel destinations, and of course food & beverages. It makes me feel proud of being a Filipino knowing we have these brands that we can call our own and promoting what we have locally.
When I was invited to the event, it was my first time to hear about Locally and I felt excited because I love natural fruit juices especially fresh buco juice!
Locally is a ready-to-drink Filipino juice line made with 100% homegrown all-Pinoy flavors sourced from various location in the country.
Whenever you buy Locally Blended Juice drinks, you’re also supporting our farmers and local communities.
Locally has 10 unique flavors (7 juices and 3 cocowater variants). What makes this brand more interesting is that their products are not your usual mango and orange juices. Aside from you get a taste of different travel destinations here in the Philippines, each flavor has “punny” name that’s well thought of!
Merci Buco has 3 variants – 100 % coconut water, coconut water with Lychee, and coconut water with Pandan. It is the First Eco-certified Organic Cocowater in the Philippines (USDA approved).
I love all the flavors! My favorite is Coconut Water with Pandan. They source their coconuts from Bicol and Quezon Province. The coconut water is gluten-free, not from concentrate, non-GMO, no fat nor cholesterol, and a good source of electrolytes.
7 JUICE VARIANTS (sorted to favorites)
Guyabano from Cebu and Misamis Occidental
Guyabano body but you!
Tamarind from Cavite, Bulacan, Batangas, Zambales, Pangasinan, and Nueva Ecija
Tamarind My Bell
Calamansi from Isabela, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, and Tarlac
Calamansi The Day!
Dalandan from Batangas, Laguna, Mindoro
You’ve Dalandan it again!
Mangosteen from Davao
Mangosteenie Miney Mo
Sineguelas from Luzon Area (Pangasinan)
Save the best for Sineguelast
Pomelo from Davao and Quezon
Pomelong Lasting Love
Locally wanted to make sure their packaging is eco-friendly and recyclable (bottles, tetra packs, and cans). In that way, their products are widely available and affordable as well.
Locally also encourages consumers to recycle the bottles, cans, and tetra packs.
Some event photos
Ugggh! I love TAHO!
I also miss this ice cream from Manong Sorbetero!
My gosh! Putobungbong and Bibingka ftw!
Locally Blended Juice Drinks are available in 7/11, Puregold, Robinsons, SM Supermarket, South Supermarket, Rustans, Shopwise and Waltermart.
Prices are 30.95 pesos for bottled juices and 24.50 pesos for the cans. As for the Merci Buco, 34.45 pesos (330ml) and 91.95 pesos (1L).
Now I have new products to add in my grocery list! Their juices have just the right amount of sweetness so if you’re not fond of drinking juices because you find them too sweet for you, I highly suggest you give Locally drinks a try! In case you’ve tried any Locally products before, let me know what’s your most favorite flavor in the comments below.