My first Mogu Mogu experience :))
Look at the cute fonts and the cute bottle cap! :) I actually liked this Mogu Mogu Strawberry Juice. I am not into strawberry flavors, but this one’s good. And have I mentioned I like nata de coco so much? :)) I want to try the other flavors too, and this time, I’m gonna use my own money. Haha.
How about you, have you tried Mogu Mogu? What flavor do you like?
Cobo Milk Tea Experience :)
I ordered their best sellers, the original Cobo milk tea and the Honeydew Milk Tea.
Their classic milk teas are available in two sizes: 16oz (Php 49) and 22oz (Php 59). For me a milk tea isn’t complete with pearls so I added pearls for Php 10.
As part of another celebration of finally surviving the hell weeks, Tristan and I went to a milk tea shop to try another variant of our favorite drink.
This time, we tried Lai An Bubble Tea Hub located in Quezon City. The place is actually quiet for we were the only customers when we arrived. Later on, more people went. However, it can’t accommodate too many customers because the place is small. There’s also free Wi-Fi connection so I immediately posted a photo on my Instagram. :)
We went to Kozui Green Tea at Tomas Morato. It’s actually my first time to be around the area and I’m glad they brought me here. But still, I don’t know the way to here since I just rode in the car, and let them lead the way. Haha. While we were in the car, they were having some soundtrip because they brought a ukelele. It is so cute, it’s so little. Haha. I am thinking of getting one too since they know where to buy an affordable ukulele. I want to give it as a gift to my friend who loves music so much.
So here’s what I ordered, the Matcha Oreo Korichio, worth Php 130 for a tall size. Yes, it’s really costly and I might not buy one again. Haha. It’s really good, but I think it’s overpriced.
I’m not in the mood to blog lately, for reasons I don’t know. So for now, let me share you my current life in bullets.
- Done with internship so I don’t need to wake up early anymore.
- I love to sleep. Setting 5 alarms with 15 minutes interval won’t wake me up.
- Been skinnier than before. I even have thoughts of having cancer.
- Now that the semester’s almost over, school’s supposed to give me pressure and stress but I’m just an easy-go-lucky girl. Chill now, cram later. Nice.
- I miss having milk tea. This explains the photo above.
- Lastly, I’ve been stronger than ever. Countdown to October!
Finally, there’s a milk tea place in SM Dasmariñas! I am just so happy to see the Happy Leaf advertisement so my friends and I looked for it. Of course, I would miss the opportunity to try another brand of milk tea. :)
I decided to go for the Okinawa milk tea, which is one of their best sellers. My friends chose Happy Leaf milk tea and Taro milk tea which are also among the best sellers.
I wasn’t disappointed, thankfully. :) With just Php 60, I enjoyed the sweet taste of Okinawa milk tea.
I finally had the chance to taste this milk tea that has a weird name - Tea Tea. Haha. My friend and I had been making fun of its name like crazy! XD And when I discovered that they have a free upsize promo, I was like, “Let’s try Tea Tea and have an upsize because the larger, the better!” Hahaha.
It doesn’t sound good, but it tastes good! :D Milk tea lovers should try this too. The one I ordered is Wintermelon milk tea. I usually choose Wintermelon or Caramel whenever it’s my first time on a shop because I don’t want to risk the first try to a flavor I won’t like. XD
// I didn’t bring my camera that day so I had to use my cellphone’s camera to capture this. Not bad, right? :)
Had Wintermelon milk tea with a friend this afternoon at Cha Dao Tea Place! :D
I am not really a Starbucks girl but who can say no to a free drink? :) Thanks to my girlfriend who I really miss so much!
Milk Tea: Tea Zone
Last Wednesday, I went to SM San Lazaro to try another variant of milk tea from Tea Zone. Have I mentioned that I love milk tea so much? That is why I am excited to try this!
Whenever I go somewhere in the mall that I don’t know, I usually ask the guard or the information booth. But unfortunately when I asked where Tea Zone is located, they couldn’t help me because they said it is not yet on their directory so I had to look for it by myself. To help you out, Tea Zone is located near 3 Stars & a Sun at the 2nd floor.
When I saw the booth, I noticed that there were customers, and there are even more coming. I asked for their best sellers and they gave me Nai Cha (left) and Taro (right).
The first thing I noticed is its texture. It’s like a shake. I hope they would lessen the ice because it’s kinda brain freezing and that’s what I don’t like about shakes. However, when I tasted Nai Cha, I was like, “Ooh, it’s creamy.” I don’t even know if that’s the right word, but that’s what I thought. It has the right sweetness so I am not afraid that tonsilitis will attack me. Taro tastes like coconut. Is that’s how it’s supposed to be? I don’t know, but I really taste coconut in there and it’s good. I both like Nai Cha and Taro, but between the two, I can say I like Nai Cha more.
Let us don’t forget the sago. Yes, it’s one of the things I like about milk tea and I always notice it. Their sago is soft and chewy and I like it. I just hope they could add more sago because I consumed all the sago first before the milk tea. It’s the first time it happened to me. For me, it is more enjoying when every sip I have, there’s sago in it.
And oh, have I mentioned that all their products are Buy 1 Take 1? Cool, I know. It’s the first milk tea store I know that offers Buy 1 Take 1 not as a promo. For only Php 48 pesos, you and your friend can already enjoy a refreshing milk tea!
I will definitely come back to try the other flavors. I want to try the Mango and Blueberry flavors! And I must say that Kuya Mark and Kuya Cyrus are so kind and accommodating. I though I will only have one free cup, but they gave me two. They even gave me another cup to take out. :)
For all milk tea lovers out there, you should try these! You can find Tea Zone on the following branches:
SM North EDSA
Cavite (San Roque Church)
SM San Lazaro
Robinson’s Place - Lipa Batangas
Thank you Tea Zone, for giving me this opportunity to try your products! :)
I have finally claimed the free milk tea I won from Cha Dao Tea Place. :) I decided to choose Matcha because I like to taste a new flavor but I think green tea is not for me. :( I should have chosen Wintermelon or Caramel instead. But still, it’s enough to beat the summer heat! I can’t wait to go back to school and try the other flavors. :)
After a long, tiring and exhausting day, I decided to treat myself a fruit shake instead of a milk tea but I think I made a wrong choice. I am disappointed with Mango Farm’s Mango Tango (Mango & Melon - two of my all-time favorite fruit shakes). It is not as sweet as I expected. :| I can’t even taste the Melon. :( However, the mango and melon tidbits in it saved the drink, though I am not just sure if that’s how it’s supposed to be.
This morning, I had my third taste of coffee for my entire life. I don’t hate coffee. I just don’t like its smell and taste. I know, I know, coffee lovers would totally disagree but sorry, my taste buds are just weird. Haha.
One of GK’s employees put a cup of coffee on my desk as I came. If he asked me first, I’ll surely say no. But as he placed it while saying “Good morning boss,” all I can do is say thank you and drink.
I do believe I deserve a reward after two stressful weeks so I bought a Wintermelon Milk Tea. :))