If you go to Starbucks today, you’ll notice two new Frappuccino variants, the Hojicha + Tea Jelly and the Red Bean + Green Tea. A few weeks ago, a friend mentioned to me that Starbucks was coming out with their own milk tea beverages. Given the rise of milk tea places in the metro, the… Read More »
Figaro has joined the milk tea craze in the metro and is offering a wide variety of unique and affordable tea-based drinks and juices. I was invited last week to sample all their seven drinks and I’d like to share with you today some of my favorites were.
One common question that friends ask me, because they know about this blog, is where the best iced tea in the city is. My honest answer is that I don’t know which one is the best, but I do know what my favorites are – and one of them is the iced tea at The… Read More »
Have you visited Soderno @ Molito already? If not, then I hope you find time soon because it’s really a good place to hangout during weekends, specially if you’re on a food trip with friends in Metro South.
The newly opened wing of the Alabang Town Center has given metro south a handful of new dining and drinking places for me to try. One of them is this tea place called Gong Cha – which never fails to move me into a PCD song whenever I see it.
The first time I went to Republiq in Resorts World Manila more than a year ago, the area barely had any establishments. But visit the place now and you’ll see it’s teeming with great food finds. One of the restaurants who first saw the potential of the place is Euro-Japanese restaurant, Mr. Kurosawa. And last… Read More »
Every time I tell someone that I blog about beverages, a good number of them would ask me if I’ve already written about Serenitea. I don’t know why I haven’t blogged about this very popular milk tea place in Metro Manila, but it doesn’t matter anymore… because I’m writing about Serenitea today.
Tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world. In fact, almost every culture has their own unique tea concoction. And for today, I’m gonna show you a simple almond tea latte recipe which is inspired by China’s Almond Tea and India’s Masala Chai.