₱9 for 9 days!
It’s time to count your loose change, because Nanyang‘s been brewing up a sweet offer for milk tea lovers out there! If you didn’t know already, Nanyang is a restaurant known for serving up authentic Singaporean staples such as the much-loved Kaya Toast, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Nasi Lemak, and Prawn Laksa.
Promising to provide its customers with Singaporean delights, they haven’t forgotten about the famous drinks that locals love in Singapore. From Milo Dinosaur, Horlicks, and their own version of Milk Tea, which is a mix of evaporated milk, coffee, and a serving of coffee jelly!
In fact, Nanyang is actually offering their popular Kopi Jelly Milk Tea for only ₱9.
Yes, you’ve got that right. Nine pesos. All you have to do is visit the following Nanyang branches between 2 PM to 6 PM on these dates: September 13 to 15 at SM Megamall; September 20 to 22 at SM Pampanga and Greenbelt 3; September 27 to 29 at SM Aura Premier and Bonifacio High Street; and lastly, September 27 to 28 at Bonifacio One Technology Tower.
It’s that easy! So, what are you waiting for? Visit the chosen branches near you and get Nanyang’s Coffee Jelly Milk Tea with their awesome deal. To check out this announcement, visit Nanyang’s Facebook page.
In case you missed it: Alcoholic Milk Tea Popsicles are Real and You Can Get Them Now!
In the last few years, there has been an influx of milk tea shops in the Philippines opening from left to right, providing us with the usual well-loved milk tea flavors. While there’s not much to complain about (because we appreciate a good milk tea shop), there have been some pretty crazy concepts, upping the milk tea ante quite a bit.
One of these unconventional milk tea shops is the up-and-coming Tipsy Tea, which offers a collection of alcohol-infused milk tea drinks, but that’s not all! Hint: They’re also going to be serving up a frozen treat with alcohol and milk tea in it!
For those days when you can’t decide between milk tea, alcohol or dessert, Tipsy Tea has the answer. Meet Tipsy Tea’s latest creation, Popsitea, a creamy milk-tea flavored popsicle with a boozy kick! Plus, this triple-threat dessert is a fun and tasty way to get tipsy with your friends.
Starting on September 1, you can get a taste of Tipsy Tea’s Popsitea in Maginhawa. For more updates, check out Tipsy Tea’s Facebook page.
Insider tip: You can enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 VaniTea for only
In case you missed it: To All Milk Tea Lovers, Brown Sugar Boba Ice Cream Bars Actually Exist
Just when you thought you couldn’t love milk tea even more, it still takes you by surprise. Your favorite drink has managed to morph in the form of different desserts because of its popularity. There’s more than one way to have milk tea, and we’re here to show you.
A huge part of milk tea culture (aside from the calories from boba, the lessening of straw use, and falling in line for the newest stores), is the collective love for anything Brown Sugar Milk. A Brown Sugar Boba Ice Cream Bar has been the talk of the town – not just the town, but a whole continent!
Brown Sugar Boba Ice Cream Bar
According to avid fans, it tastes like exactly how it sounds. A creamy and velvety brown sugar milk tea-flavored ice cream, with a balanced chewiness coming from the boba!
Where to find this crazy dessert? Sadly, not in Metro Manila just yet (someone start a petition for this right now), but near enough! This popular dessert spot called Happy Ice is based in Singapore, and serves over 12 ice cream products that are categorized as healthy snacks.
Price: S$7.90 per box (4 pieces in each), which is around ₱299!
While the product itself is shipped from Thailand, the origin of Brown Sugar Milk creations, Happy Ice has become the go-to hub for these treats! They’ve recently opened their 3rd batch of pre-ordering after the high demand, with a total of 1,000 boxes being available for purchase. And with every 12 boxes you order, you get free boba!
Check out where you can get milk tea-inspired desserts around Metro Manila below!
Bubble Tea Cake – NBC Baking School and Cake Decorating
Chef Jun Florendo from NBC Baking School and Cake Decorating’s Bubble Tea Cake creation first made waves last year upon being announced on various Facebook groups. This milk tea cake served in a tin can has a layer of rock salt and cheese and topped with tapioca pearls in Kuromitsu.
Update: Check out all of our Buy 1 Get 1 deals here!
Soft Serve Milk Tea / Classic Milk Tea Swirl – Black Scoop Cafe
Black Scoop Cafe is the much-hyped about dessert shop and cafe serving black mascarpone and milk tea soft-serve. You can even top your sundae with pearls and other toppings!
You can get Buy 1 Get 1 on their Wintermelon Milktea for
₱120₱110! Read more here.
Check out other MILK TEA Spots in Metro Manila!
Milk Tea Ice Cream – Alice Tea Salon
From the name itself, Alice Tea Salon is an Alice in Wonderland-inspired cafe that specializes in authentic and fusion tea products. While they don’t actually have milk tea, they have a wide variety of tea drinks that you’ll surely love to try!
Frozen Thai Milk Tea – Dessert Table PH
Dessert Table PH specializes in unique soft-serve ice cream with flavors like Thai Milk Tea, Taiwanese Milk Tea, and Milo Dinosaur. You can also find baked goods from Bellefleur by Beatrix. They are located at the Eden Food Hall in BGC, an up and coming food space that features 12+ brands who started out in Mercato and Legaspi Market.
Also read: 17 of the Coolest Ice Cream Shops in Manila
Frozen Thai Milk Tea Brazo – Bellefleur by Beatrix
Bellefleur by Beatrix is a bakery that offers unique cakes like Ube Leche Flan and Frozen Ube Brazo, cookies, some frozen goods, and drinks from Thirsty Turtle.
HK Milk Tea Ice Cream – Carousel Creamery
Carousel Creamery is a dessert parlour that features a grand display of 101 classic and whimsical flavors of premium handcrafted ice cream, made in small batches. Their HK Milk Tea Ice Cream is a fan favorite, made from dark oolong tea with condensed milk. But why stop there? Try other flavors like Garlic Nuts and Beer, Wasabi, Chocolate Chili, Blue Cheese, Red Pepper Walnut and more.
In case you missed these other milk tea desserts!
Boba Milk Tea Brûlée Cheesecake
A creamy milk tea-flavored cheesecake topped with vanilla custard and a blowtorched layer of sugar, served with a jar of freshly-made tapioca boba
Who knew a boba milk tea + creme brûlée + cheesecake dessert would ever come to existence? The Burwood Hotel did. This video posted by the hotel went viral and caught our milk tea-crazed attention. Bringing together broken down ingredients that we all know and love from our favorite bubble milk tea in the cake, the tapioca boba is served on the side to be poured right before eating to retain its freshness!
Although this beauty is available all the way in Australia, it’s only a matter of time until a crazy culinary genius in Metro Manila makes their own!
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