100 Favorite OC Dishes, #62: Pineapple Float at Jollibee

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 28, 2016
I assumed that Jollibee’s Pineapple Float wouldn’t be any good since most of it comes out of one of those recirculating beverage dispensers that I always equate with artificial flavors and colors. But I was wrong. It’s delicious. Excellent, even....
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