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Thursday, April 19, 2012

More Than Just Milk Tea: Serenitea




After our dinner at Johnny Chow, my friend and I went to Serenitea (since my friend loves milk tea). I agreed but as always, I will order something non-milk tea.

Serenitea is a milk tea shop that opened around 4 years ago at Little Baguio, San Juan. It currently has more than 10 branches and still growing. They use a "teapresso machine" in steeping the tea.


My friend ordered a large Hokkaido Milk Tea (Php 110) while I got a medium Serenitease: Taro Lover with Egg Pudding (Php 80)




Taro Lover
Hokkaido

My friend and I weren't really sure what the Hokkaido milk tea is. Anyone who can tell me? However, I'm okay with the Taro Lover. However, my tummy wasn't (yeah, I really have a sensitive tummy).

Will go back to try their snacks, and will try other non-milk tea variants. But for now, I'm happier with Happy Lemon. :)

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4th Floor
Newport Mall
Resorts World Manila
Pasay City
Contact No.8223025
http://iloveserenitea.com/


Other branches include Robinson's Galleria, ATC, Banawe, Burgos Circle and many more

21 comments:

  1. interesting. i havent tried serenitea!!

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  2. Hokkaido is simply caramel plus Hong/Black milk tea

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  3. I wasn't too happy the first time I tried Serenitea, but on my second trip, I got the Hokkaido and loved it.. :) It's basically Assam black tea with toffee caramel flavor.

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  4. Wow! Thanks guys! I hope Serenitea would include the contents in the menu. :)

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  5. I only got to try Serenitea one time. Forgot na what it tastes like.. should visit again soon haha!

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  6. Hokkaido is caramel. I like it with 25% sugar lang because its sweet in itself. Try the okinawa. It also good check it out here http://www.tsinoyfoodies.com/2012/01/okinawa-jumbo-cup-as-serenitea-turns-3.html

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  7. how much does one milk tea cost in serenetea???

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  8. love to try this, michy. thanks. Yahweh bless.

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  9. I love Hokkaido's caramel taste. Its what I usually order.

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  10. Serenitea... I've heard about it several times na. My go-to list when I visit Pinas is growiiiiiing.

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  11. I heard many times about Serenitea but haven't tried it yet! poor me! I must try it soon! :D

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  12. Serinitea has been around for AGES but I've never tried it! Hahaha It's not in my usual haunts e. Plus I'm not a huge fan of milk tea so I dont actively seek out milk tea places. No idea too what's in the hokkaido tea. :)

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    1. Same here. Not a huge milk tea fan. :)

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  13. I'd love to try this one when I go to resorts world. Happy Lemon is nice :)

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  14. Downside of living somewhere semi urban >.< Milk tea shop is nowhere to be found. i needa travel miles saka pa may milktea shops :( looks yummy and i am really a milktea fan. i just settle for the cheapest milktea available.. c2! :D add some twist(milk, lemon, vanilla flavoring or whichever is available) and im good to go.

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  15. There's one across my office. My personal favorites are the Wintermelon MT, Assam MT, Black dragon MT (weird name I must say) and Nagoya MT. Sinkers would always be Red Beans at 100% sugar level :)

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    1. Good for you. :) Not really a milk tea fanatic. :)

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  16. I love Serenitea..so many variety of drinks to choose from but I like Okinawa Milk Tea the most..also love their chicken chops.

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