A Special Taho Drink Will Soon Be Available at Serenitea!

No need to wake up extra early to get your taho fix.

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Serenitea fans, you have to try these new drinks! Serenitea is going to launch a new milk tea line called the Brown Sugar Series! This new milk tea line will release four new sweet flavors that will highlight their special brown sugar concoction. 

 

Do you love taho? Get the best of both worlds with Serenitea's Brown Sugar Taho (P150)! This dream-come-true drink is made with chilled taho that's sweetened with luscious brown sugar ice and topped with freshly cooked pearls. If you're a big fan of Taiwan's most popular dessert, then you have to try Serenitea's Brown Sugar Grass Jelly (P150). This drink is made with luscious brown sugar ice, chewy pearls, grass jelly and cream.

 


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The Brown Sugar Series will also include two new premium flavors. The Brown Sugar Fresh Milk (P180) is made with chewy pearls, drenched in brown sugar syrup, and uses Holly's farm-fresh milk. The Brown Sugar Frost (P180), on the other hand, is made with chewy pearls that are drenched in brown sugar syrup, mixed with Holly's milk, topped with Serenitea's cheese frost, and sprinkled with muscovado sugar.

 

Mark your calendar and set those alarms! Serenitea will be launching the Brown Sugar series this September 15!

 

The Brown Sugar Fresh Milk and Brown Sugar Frost, which are made with Holly's Milk, are only available in Metro Manila branches. Outside Metro Manila, all drinks from the Brown Sugar series are P150 each.

 

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