Sometimes, we stock up on a lot of tea that we don’t immediately brew and drink them immediately. But how long can we keep tea before it goes bad? How long does tea last? Does tea have an expiration? Is it safe to drink tea that has been stored for so long? Well, the good… Read More »
Yoshinoya is one of the few fast food Japanese restaurants that I keep coming back to because of their best-value beef bowl or gyudon. And recently, the restaurant has decided to rebrand themselves and bring to Filipinos something new yet familiar with the opening of their latest branch at the second level of Glorietta 1.
Those looking for a milk tea fix can find a refreshing alternative in the natural sweetness of SIPâ€™s steeped milk teas. SIP offers naturally sweet tea-based drinks that can serve as dessert substitutes for those who want to limit their sugar intake. SIP uses high-grade pekoe loose leaves, which naturally sweetens the milk tea and… Read More »
In Japan, Sencha is green tea made without grinding the leaves. However locally, Sencha means something different because here, it’s a milk tea place – one of the many types which has recently opened in the city this year.
Baguio City is known for many tourist spots. One of the less popular destination, but really a must-see place is Tam-Awan Village – Baguio’s Garden in the Sky. Located at Pinsao Town Proper, Tam-Awan Village is an artist’s haven that showcases Cordillera art, culture and history inside the 2.5 hectare mountain-side property.
There’s really so many milk tea places around the metro today and I tried one of the more popular outlets in Alabang Town Center yesterday, Chatime. With the slogan, Chatime: Good Tea, Good Time – I can’t help but smile and kid around with their name in my head as “Tsaa Time”.