Rgies Showcases Unique Iloilo’s Pride Delicacies and Sweets

Located at Kamantigue St. Gran Plains Subd., Jaro, Iloilo City, Rgies has been producing quality Filipino products that are world class. Rgies is best known for their assorted butterscotch squares and other unique delicacies often being given as pasalubong during local travels. I was fortunate enough to try their unique and tasty delicacies that will surely captivate your taste buds.

What’s inside the box?

Did you know that Rgies started way back 1985? Ramon and Grace Javelosa started small in their humble kitchen, with one small oven. Last 2003, the business got DTI registered and the brand evolved from RG’s to Rgies. Through the years, the business innovated from the usual plastic colored cellophane to richly-hued metallized foil packaging hence making the product more stable and world-class grade. The packaging ensures higher stability and shelf-life. Up to this point, RJGM Pacific Corporation, continues to innovate and improve on their existing products to better serve the consumers.

Rgies continuously innovates and improves their food items.

Fortunately, I got to try some of the their best sellers. Check out my review on each product below:

Coffeescotch Chips

If you’re looking the level up your afternoon snacks session, check out Coffeescotch Chips. It’s thinly sliced treats infused with coffee and butterscotch. If you’re into sweet coffee flavor, this is perfect for you. You may pair it with a cup of americano or home brewed coffee. It’s an ACE for me.

Enjoy your Coffeescotch Chips with a cup of your favorite coffee.
Walnut Cookies

Walnut Cookies are probably one of my favorite items in the box. The unique crunch on each bite will really entice you to eat more! Each cookie contains one walnut at the center. It’s a perfect match with afternoon tea or coffee. It’s an ACE for me.


Butterscotti contains ground cashew nuts and other fine ingredients baked into thin long slices resembling a biscotti. This innovative product may contain gluten. I like to pair it with coffee or just enjoy it as it is. It’s not too sweet yet you can feel that heavenly crispy thin texture that instantly melts in your mouth. This is an ACE for me.

Butterscotti is a guilt-free snack!
Rgies Yema (photo captured from Rgies official website)

Rgies Yema is probably the most unique tasting yema I have tried in my life. It’s a creamy mass of milk, eggs and sugar rolled into perfection. It gives a little bit of custard taste that melts in your mouth. This one is a HIT for me.

Assorted Butterscotch Squares (photo captured from Rgies official website)

If you can’t pick one single flavor, why not try it all? From the classic cashew nuts to coffee, dates, almonds and even mango bits, you can never go wrong with an assorted pack of butterscotch squares. Get whatever you desire whenever you snack this heirloom butterscotch squares. I really like its texture. It’s not too airy nor too dense. You can feel the moist and melts-in-your-mouth texture of these butterscotch squares in every bite. My ultimate favorite flavors would be dates and almonds. I’ll give this one a HIT.

They are currently shipping nationwide. Just follow this link: https://linktr.ee/rgies.ph to order your favorite Rgies delicacies at the comfort of your home.

To know more about the brand, check out their official social media pages:
Facebook: RGies PH
Instagram: rgies.ph

What’s your favorite Rgies delicacy? Is this often given to you as a present from Filipino locals? Let me know in the comments section.

33 thoughts on “Rgies Showcases Unique Iloilo’s Pride Delicacies and Sweets”

  1. Wow! This is very nostalgic. I remember my mom giving us pasalubong and this is one of them. Favorite ko yung butterscotch squares.

  2. I haven’t tried the dates butterscotch squares. I’m eyeing that butterscotti. It looks perfect with my latte.

  3. I love supporting local products and I’ve always known Iloilo to have delicious sweets like butterscotch. I’d love to try the walnut cookies.

  4. Wow! Everything looks really good and tasty. I would love those walnut cookies. Yum!

  5. Those are some delicious-looking selections of snacks and I would love to try them all out sometime. Love the packaging as well and it’s nice to know and support local brands

  6. Walnut cookies sound absolutely divine. I imagine them to be in a vanilla cookie, not too sweet and with the perfect amount of crunch.

  7. I LOVE butterscotch so I would really like to try the butterscotch yummies featured here. I really like thin textures on food too so it’s a winning combo!

  8. Butterscotch squares are my favorite! But I would love to try the butterscotti too. It looks so delicious and perfect with a cup of fresh brewed coffee or tea.

  9. It’s a timely post as I have been looking for a variety of snacks recently and now I have a wide range of snacks for selection. Thanks for that!

  10. Ooo how cool is this place. Some yummy sweet treats for sure. The butterscotch squares look lush x

  11. These look gorgeous! I love butterscotch but reserve it for Christmas time because it brings back so many lovely memories for me.

    I love your photography skills, by the way! You’ve showcased the products very well.

  12. To be honest, I don’t have a Rgies recipe! I would love to know more about Rgies! They look just like what I like to have, with my cup of tea in the evening!

  13. The biscotti looks and sounds incredible. I had never heard of this brand before but am curious to see if I can get it.

  14. These all look so delicious, I don’t know which one I’d like to try first! The coffeescotch chips have two of my favorite flavors together. I’ve never tried yema, but I do love custard. Yum!

  15. I’ am looking forward to visit in iloilo someday after the pandemic and their sweet delicacies sounds delicious can’t wait try this!

  16. Wow, these delicacies are so good! You are making me crave for local Filipino treats!

  17. Those are some great-looking snacks and plenty of things to choose from and try out. Supporting locals is good as well.

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