Horlicks Malties
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  • I love Horlicks and I am so glad that Malaysia has been producing it and Philippines have imported it but it is still not available in the local supermarkets
  • I was just lucky enough to be in Zamboanga City’s barter trade market and I found my favorite Horlicks Malties

    • by asg
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      It has been forever since I had a taste of Horlicks candies. The last time I was able to eat it was when I was probably 8 years old and now I am already in my 30’s! When I had a recent trip to Zamboanga City’s barter market, I was so happy to find out that there are still available Horlicks candies there.

      Horlicks is made of malt and formed to be turned into the nice malt candies that have been in the market for years. In the Philippines though, I have never thought I would be able to eat it again and have longed


      for the taste of it for years. I have tried Ovalteenies, but trust me, it is not the same. Ovalteenies have more sugar and is so sweet and has a more Ovalteen taste into it, but Horlicks Malties have a distinct, non-sweet taste that has been there forever. Horlicks chocolate Malties have the distinct sweetness of chocolate along with the original malt flavor and also comes in 3 packs per box. The difference in packaging is also quite obvious; the original comes in blue and the chocolate comes in red.

      A single pack only holds 9 pieces of round candy. It is barely the ...


      • size of a 1 peso coin. The taste is still the same; a little bland, but the flavor of malt is really remarkable. The candy is not for those who have dentures because it sticks on the teeth! That is what I miss about it. My ma has bought a box that holds probably 10 original boxes with 3 packs inside and another 10 boxes with 3 packs of Horlicks Chocolate Malties too. A huge box costs around 500pesos more or less, so it is quite pricy for candies. But I am really willing to pay that much just to be able to taste
        the Horlicks candy that I have come to love back in the day.

        I love Horlicks and I am so glad that Malaysia has been producing it and Philippines have imported it but it is still not available in the local supermarkets. I was just lucky enough to be in Zamboanga City’s barter trade market and I found my favorite Horlicks Malties. The taste is still the same but the price is a little expensive. The candies really brought back memories of my childhood and I am so happy that I am able to enjoy the candies that I have come to love before,




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