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Top 7 Merzci Pasalubong Treats from Bacolod city

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Top 7 Merzci Pasalubong Treats

Bacolod City is not known as the Sugar Capital of the country for nothing. Whenever you go to Bacolod it is a must that you try out some of the tasty and sweet delicacies it offers.

If you want to share the Bacolod experience with your friends and family as well; the best way to do so is by bringing home some of these delicacies as your pasalubong for them from Merzci Pasalubong Center .

Top 7 Merzci Pasalubong Treats

Here are the Top 7 Merzci Pasalubong Treats:

  1. Meringue

A delicacy that has been around even since the Spanish period; Meringue is a simple food that can be enjoyed by anyone of any age. Basically, Meringue makes use of whipped egg whites with confectioner sugar which is then baked to perfection. It is an easy meal to bring anywhere, making it a great snack whenever you travel back home. Just make sure to leave some for your family.

Merzci Meringue
Merzci Meringue
  1. Biscocho

Have you ever heard of the Italian delicacy Biscotti? Biscocho is a quite similar to that. It is Spanish word that translates to ‘biscuit’. It is simple baked bread that is drizzled, topped or coated with either butter or condensed milk.

Tip: The best pairing with Biscocho is a cup of freshly made coffee or tea; either hot or cold.

Great for breakfast and afternoon snacks

Merzci Biscocho
Merzci Biscocho
  1. Piaya

This is the most popular delicacy throughout Bacolod City; Piaya is crunchy bread/flat bread that has been stuffed with muscovado-based syrup (How delicious does that sound?) Many prefer to eat this probably after a heavy meal just to wash off the taste of meat from the palette. This also works great with coffee; some choose juice or sodas though.

Merzci Piaya
Merzci Piaya
  1. Barquillos

A deceiving delicacy is Bacolod, how is Barquillos deceiving? It may look like a plain and simple rolled wafer stick snack but its crunch and taste can definitely shock you which is why many actually use it as toppers for other desserts such as ice cream, some even use it on cake.

But if you want t keep it simple, just have it with coffee, tea, or juice.

Merzci Barquillos
Merzci Barquillos
  1. Barquiron

Barquillos is a classic and scrumptious delicacy, and Barquiron puts a twist on this delicacy. Barquiron is barquillos/crunchy wafer roll filled with the undeniably tasty polvoron. So in other words, Barquiron is like a 2-in-1. You get the crunchy with the sort of smooth texture at the same time.

Merzci Barquiron
Merzci Barquiron
  1. Butterscotch

Not too sweet nor is it too bland, Butterscotch is yet another popular delicacy in Bacolod because of the perfect balance of taste. Basically, this butter bar with toasted cashews is a snack made in the heavens.

Merzci Butterscotch
Merzci Butterscotch
  1. Napoleones

A soft and sweet delicacy; the pastry is of a Napoleones is extremely mouth-watering, its custard filling makes it a great combo, and to make it even greater, it is topped with a sugar glaze which just completes the package of creating a perfect and very desirable snack.

Merzci Napoleones
Merzci Napoleones

There are tons of delicacies in Bacolod and it would be a shame to miss out on one of them.

Merzci Store

Where to find Merzci Pasalabong Treats?

Merzci Singcang : UTC Building, Araneta Ave, Bacolod, 6100 Negros Occidental

Merzci 888: 888 Chinatown Square, Gatuslao St, Bacolod, 6100 Negros Occidental

Merzci Pasalubong – SM City: SM City Northwing, Reclamation Area, Bacolod

Merzci Compound/ Head Office: Merzci Bakeshop Compound, Hervias Village II, Barangay Villamonte, Bacolod




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  1. I love meringues! They just melt in your mouth – so good!

  2. Those look good! I’d love to try them sometime.

  3. These all sound so good, especially the Meringue!!

  4. I love trying snacks/foods from other countries! All of these look delicious! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  5. They sound so good.

  6. These look so yummy!!!

  7. Piaya biscuits look delicious…I shouldn’t have read this article, now I’m hungry for sugar!!!

  8. It all looks so delicious! Yum!

  9. I would like to prove them. Especially the Butterscotch.

  10. I want to try all of these!

  11. I had tried and tasted Merzi pasalubong products when we were in Dumaguete. Well, thanks to my sister-in-law who loves eating while pregnant hehe. I wonder if they plan to have a branch here in Manila or Quezon City. I love their Piyaya, Butterscotch and Napoleones.

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