Late for the Hype: Macao Imperial Tea’s Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea

One word: sarap. I am not sure when the hype for Macao Imperial Tea blossomed, but when I spotted one in Capitol Commons that was not crowded before grab drivers suddenly lined up one after another—a reason I do not line up for such—I grabbed the opportunity to taste one for Php 140. I had toContinue reading “Late for the Hype: Macao Imperial Tea’s Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea”

Skybarn: Pastel, Milkshakes, Coffee, and Other Sweet Whatnots

I was just strolling around Ayala Malls the 30th after two tiring days of continuous weekend work when I found Skybarn, a newly opened coffee shop. Pastel lovers wouldn’t be able to resist it, I swear. Place Walls, couches, decors—the place is filled with pastel colors, and they even have a white fence with beautifulContinue reading “Skybarn: Pastel, Milkshakes, Coffee, and Other Sweet Whatnots”

Caferista: Calm, Productive, Minimalist

Eager to find a new cafe that I have not gone to, I searched for cafes on Google Maps. Surprisingly, Caferista was not on the popular left side list. I was excited to see what’s inside, and girl was I not disappointed both with the cafe’s atmosphere and their food. Directions For Rizalenos, you mayContinue reading “Caferista: Calm, Productive, Minimalist”

Cafe Flafe: Coffee Plus Flowers

Ortigas is known as a business-center district, and within it are well-known restaurants, bars, and cafes. If I had not searched in Google Maps, I wouldn’t have known Cafe Flafe, a Korean-owned cafe located in Grand Emerald Tower. Directions It’s actually walking distance from Robinsons Galleria. Walk along ADB Avenue and look for Garnet Road.Continue reading “Cafe Flafe: Coffee Plus Flowers”