Macao Imperial Tea: Finding Your Next Favorite Drink

Macao Imperial Tea

Yes you read it right – Macao Imperial Tea is now open and you can add up to your Iloilo City food and drinks list to try. They are located at the 2nd Floor of Festive Walk Mall. Iloilo City is slowly becoming a tea haven. There are tables and chairs available even for large groups of friends.

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macao imperial tea

Macao Imperial Tea Menu

There are a number of good drinks that you can try here. Here are some photo of their menu which you can use as reference in case you will come here soon.

macao imperial tea menu

macao imperial tea menu yakult

macao imperial tea menu cream cheese

macao imperial tea menu coffee

What I Had

I had Cream Cheese Oolong Osmanthus. I’ll be honest that my taste palette did not match my order. For those who are like me who is not really fan of ‘authentic’ teas, I suggest you better choose a safer flavor like oreo cheesecake – we’ll my palette liked this better.

cream cheese oolong osmanthus

How to Get There

They are located at the Festive Walk Mall. The most convenient ride for the moment is Mandurriao SM City. For people coming from the city, the ideal loading areas are in Mary Mart Center, portions of Delgado particularly in SM Delgado, portions of Mabini particularly in front of Mabini Elementary School, portions of General Luna – in front of University of San Agustin and University of the Philippines and portions of Diversion Road especially in SM Strata where a large portion of passengers are getting off at SM City.

macao imperial tea wall art

take out drinks

macao imperial tea counter

For those coming from Mandurriao areas can also have the option of riding interior routes such as San Miguel, Alimodian and Leon. These are also passing the mall.

This globally recognized branch has finally found its way to Iloilo City. Every cup is handcrafted for all of us. Best for dine in or take out. There may be a long queue but please take an extra patience; you will reach the counter too.

For more milk tea places to try, please visit Iloilo’s Favorite Milk Tea Spots.

Sheila is a digital marketing enthusiast and obsessed in promoting Iloilo. She is a kdrama fan, a dog person and a certified foodie!
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