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We have started to gather reviews & comments written about us & our products.  Here are some that we have collected so far... Thank you for the kind words.  Glad to be of service!

 

 

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"Malagos Premium Unsweetened Chocolate in my cup with UPLB honey great way to start my day. Glad to be of support to the Filipino farmers. Rex Puentespina and Puentespina Orchids- I gave packs to our Cornell guests and they are happy for our prospects in cacao. So a few packs will reach NY. All the best. Friends, you can order at the Manila and Makati branches of PO. My season pack order will be placed soon GOOD DAY!" - Amy Arquiza

 



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"Thank you so much! I really appreciate your service. Tita emailed me this morning & we made her cry :)  Your flowers were that gorgeous! Till next time." 

"I've given up on the quality of customer service in the Phils. You just gave me a glimmer of hope." - Anne  (customer from Australia who sent her Tita a Dahican Bouquet). 




 
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"Finally received the vegetables seeds!  Thank you so much for being very nice and accommodating!" - Mae Arevalo (customer from Zamboanga City)
 
 
 
 
 
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"My mama already received the plants!  She's very happy.  Thanks much!" - Sheryl Gacita (customer from Cebu City who sent her Mom (in Samar) orchids as a birthday gift)
 
 
 
 
 
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"Thank God the palms are now in my home ! Wonderful ! Wonderful ! Thank you so much ! The palms are now repotted. They are in excellent condition! You are a real professional !  The kind of packing was first class ! Bravissimo ! ! Please keep two Bactris militaris more in these sizes for me. In the beginning of April next year I will buy again! Please keep my address. Now have a great weekend, all the best!"  - Friedel Steffan (customer from Germany)

 

Photo taken by the customer.

 

 

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Waling Waling Flowers from Davao

"If you happen to love orchids then this place is an absolute must-see.  And did I mention that the orchids here are priced 30%-50% lower than those being sold in Manila and Tagaytay? No wonder my boss bought plenty of these lovely orchids. The people at Waling Flower House are so used to having buyers from Manila and they know how to properly package these fragile blooms for air travel.  Now for those planning to buy orchids from Davao, it’s best to check them in early at the airport because they have to go through a quarantine test.  But if you prefer a worry-free shopping for Waling Waling orchids, you can order them online at Orchid.ph which is being managed by the Puentespina Orchids & Tropical Plants, Inc., the very same company that owns the flower shop we visited ..." - Leah de Leon of Brightspot

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"Although hard to come by, I was fortunate enough to come across the chocolate tablet produced by Rex Puentespina of Malagos Farm, with their farms based in Davao. I found their cocoa to be of a quality that makes for a smoother texture---valuable to making excellent cakes and pastries..."  By Heny Sison (owns and teaches at the Heny Sison Culinary School. For inquiries, please call (02) 4127792 / 7265316).  Article appeared in the F & B Magazine October Edition.

This is an excerpt from the original article. You may read / download the complete article including the recipe here



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"Thank you for your patience and the quality service you have rendered. The flowers looked great and I was informed by both your family members of the delivery. Your shop was actually recommended to me by Ken Ang; would definitely pass on the word and utilize your services in the future. Much appreciated" - Nicole

 

 

 

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"Many thanks to Puentespina Orchids for the kind assistance last year in facilitating some of the photography of Philippine orchids for the new book 'The Essential Guide to Growing Orchids in the Tropics'. Copies have now arrived in the boo..." See More


The Essential Guide to Growing Orchids in the Tropics

The essential guide to growing orchids in the tropics / Chia Tet Fatt & David Astley 1. Orchid culture - Tropics. 2. Orchids - Tropics. I. Astley, David, 1948 - II. Title SB409.5 635.93440913 - dc22. OCN748614194




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"My eyes are increasingly drawn to things that are glaringly different. That can be a good or a bad thing. I was at the wholesale warehouse of Waling-Waling Orchids or Puentespina Farms at the Manila Seedling Bank in Quezon City the other day, and they were chockfull of “Fall” pumpkins and decorative gourds..."  By Marketman of Market Manila. 

This is an excerpt from the original article.
Read more http://www.marketmanila.com/archives/pumpkins-and-gourds-2011.
 
 
 
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"Many many thanks.  I am a satisfied and happy customer." - Harold Gracia (customer from Manila)


Photos taken by the customer.  Siargao Bouquet (Siberia Lilies mixed w/ assorted leaves)

 

 

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ORCHID FARM

"Located in front of Malagos Garden Resort, along Calinan-Baguio road, the beautiful Davao Orchid Farm is a florist/hobbyist delight. There are ornamental plants and native orchid collections. Visitors can see flower harvesting and packing everyday which helps inspires those who are planning to go into the floral business.

Owned and managed by the Puentespina Orchids and Tropical Plants Inc., the Orchid Farm is a must-see for the excursionists who are also planning of going to the Philippine Eagle Center to see the national bird of the Philippines, the Philippine Eagles..." - Mark Marangga

 

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"Unknown to many, Davao produces one of, if not, the best cheese in the country today. These high quality artisan cheese are handmade by Malagos Farmhouse of the Puentespina family of Davao City and are gaining popularity in our local market and being regarded abroad to be at par or even tastier than the imported European and Australian cheeses..." By Do Battad

This is an excerpt from the original article.
Read more http://davaocitybybattad.blogspot.com/2011/11/davao-cheese.html

 

 

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Olive Puentespina’s Malagos Cheeses

By Anonymous Paul on 5 December, 2011


I had first been aware of Malagos Cheeses a couple years back from other articles and being able to taste a bit here and there in random restaurant menus. But it was only this year that I got to sample a lot more from a “cheese care package” sent over by a friend from Davao..."

 
This is an excerpt from the original article.
Read more http://tableforthreeplease.com/2011/12/olive-puentespinas-malagos-cheeses/ 
 
 
 
 
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You’d be forgiven if you thought we had gone on a surgical strike to France to acquire some pungent cheeses over the weekend… But these wonderful cheeses were just a few of the 8 or so varieties that a friend brought back from Davao. Yes, DAVAO! I read about the efforts of a cheesemonger in Davao a year or so ago in a Cebu magazine, and was intrigued, but have never come across their products until this abundance of cheese was delivered to our doorstep courtesy of a very generous friend and fellow food fanatic. Produced by Malagos Farmhouse, I was stunned to see the cheeses up close for the first time. Stunned."  By Marketman of Market Manila.

This is an excerpt from the original article. 
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