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Macau Imperial Tea Menu Price 2023 Philippines

Macao Imperial Tea is one of the fastest-growing cafe chains in Macau. It initially served its milk tea to the people of Macau and China. In 2017, this tea company opened its first branch in the Philippines in Quezon City through Fredley Group of Companies. if you want to get Macau Imperial Tea Menu Prices PDF, Click on the link given below.

At present, more than 115 stores have been opened in the Philippines. It serves Cheesecake, Chestnut Cream, Cream Cheese, Tea, Yakult, Coffee, Soda, Milk Tea, and Red Bean.

Macau Imperial Tea Menu with Price List 2023 Philippines [UPDATED]

CHEESECAKE

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Cheesecake Oreo₱140₱170
Cheesecake and Pearl Milk Tea₱140₱160
Cheesecake Panda₱150₱170
Cheesecake Cocoa₱135₱155
Cheesecake Taro₱130₱150
Cheesecake Matcha₱155₱175
Cheesecake Purple Taro₱135₱155

CREAM CHEESE

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Cream Cheese White Peach Oolong Tea₱135₱155
Cream Cheese Osmanthus Oolong Tea₱120₱140
Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea₱140₱160
Cream Cheese Red Rose Tea₱125₱145
Cream Cheese Ruby Tea₱130₱150
Cream Cheese Four Seasons Tea₱130₱150
Cream Cheese Cocoa₱135₱155
Cream Cheese Sea Salt Jasmine Green Tea₱110₱130
Cream Cheese Milk Tea₱135₱155
Cream Cheese Uji Matcha₱150₱170

TEA

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Brewed Lemon Iced Red Tea₱110₱130
Kumquat Lemon Tea₱120₱140
Cranberry Tea₱120₱140

RED BEAN

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Red Bean and Pudding Matcha₱150₱170
Red Bean and Matcha Milk Shake₱150₱170

YAKULT

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Mango Yakult₱120₱140
Yakult Green Tea₱75₱95
Lemon Yakult₱120₱140

COFFEE

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White Mocha (Iced)₱165₱185
Caramel Macchiato (Hot)₱165₱185
Cappuccino Mpresso (Cold)₱150₱170
White Mocha (Hot)₱165₱185
White Mocha Mpresso (Cold)₱175₱195
Mocha Mpresso (Cold)₱165₱185
Mocha (Hot)₱155₱175
Americano (Hot)₱130₱150
Mocha (Iced)₱155₱175
Caramel Macchiato (Iced)₱165₱185
Caramel Mpresso₱175₱195
Latte (Iced)₱140₱160
Americano (Iced)₱130₱150
Latte (Hot)₱140₱160
Cappuccino (Hot)₱140₱170
Cappuccino (Iced)₱140₱160

CHESTNUT CREAM

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Chestnut Cream Cocoa₱135₱155
Chestnut Cream Jasmine Green Tea₱120₱140
Chestnut Cream Tea₱135₱155
Chestnut Cream Osmanthus Oolong Tea₱125₱145
Chestnut Cream Uji Matcha₱155₱175

MILK TEA

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Grass Jelly Milk Tea₱110₱130
Original Milk Tea₱90₱110
Black Pearl Milk Tea₱110₱130
Red Bean and Pudding Milk Tea₱130₱150

SODA

Over the Rainbow Soda₱165
Lemon Fizz Soda₱145
Blue Cucarao Soda₱145
Cherry Blossom Soda₱145
Midsummer Soda₱145
Green Apple Soda₱145

SPECIAL DRINK

For You (A Caramel Macchiato flavored drink placed in a glass White Bear Tumbler)₱195
For Me (A Strawberry Milk Tea flavored drink placed in a glass Black Bear Tumbler)₱195

SPECIAL DRINK (HOT)

Kitten Milk Tea₱130
Osmanthus Oolong Tea₱160
Hot Matcha₱165
Ginger Milk Tea₱195
Black Syrup with Tapioca Pearls₱165

ADD-ONS

Cheesecake Cream₱30
Chestnut Cream₱40
Grass Jelly₱20
Pudding₱15
White Pearl₱30
Black Pearl₱20
Red Bean₱15
Cream Cheese₱40
Espresso Shot₱40

Menu Best Sellers

Cheesecake and Pearl – It is creamy and slightly salty. We get a Slightly Salty Taste from the cheesecake swirl. It has a balanced flavor of all types of components.

Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea – This is completely different from Cheesecake. It comes with a cream cheese separate topping. Crushed Oreo adds a slightly dusky, chocolatey flavor to Milk Tea and Cream Cheese.

Black Pearl Milk Tea – it gives a proper amount of creaminess. you are definitely going to like it.

Cappuccino Mpresso – You must try Cappuccino Mpresso once. it’s creamy which will give you a good taste.

Cream Cheese Cocoa – This is a creamy chocolate drink topped with Cream Cheese.

Chestnut Cream Uji Matcha – It is topped with crushed chestnuts. Which gives it a Nuttiness Taste. Also, it is paired with Creamy Matcha Base.

Lemon Yakult – if you want to take lemonade. you should go with it.

History of Macau Imperial Tea

Macao Imperial Tea first started with Macau Country. This company served the best Milk Tea for people living all over China & Macau. Gradually it started expanding its stores in Vietnam, China, Canada, Malaysia, Singapore, and United States apart from Macau. Due to this, it has a total of more than 350 branches in these countries.

Macao Tea in the Philippines

In 2017, the Fredley Group of Companies brought Macau Tea here for people living in the Philippines. The company opened its first Tea Cafe in Banawa, Quezon City. However, this journey was not going to be as easy as the Tokyo bubble tea, and Serenitea Milk tea was already present in the Philippines. Their specialty was that these cafes provided cheap milk tea while Macao Imperial was relatively more expensive than all of them.

Macau Imperial has made its place in the Philippines on the strength of its authenticity. Their Tea Leaves come from Macau. Which provides it with the original taste. If you look at their menu, in addition, to milk tea, coffee, fresh milk, Yakult, and soda-based drinks are also served here.

According to the current data, more than 215 MIT branches have been established in the Philippines.

Careers

Do you want to make your career at Macao Imperial Tea Cafe?

if your answer is yes. It’s going to be very easy if you fulfill certain criteria.

  • You should have Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Mass Communication, or any equivalent field.
  • Work Experience in the Field of Food or Restaurant Service should be 1-3 Years.
  • You should have enough knowledge about Marketing, Public Relations, and Advertising.
  • Communication Skills should be excellent.

For Applying You have to Fill Form by Visiting the Official Website.

FULL NAMEEnter Your Full Name
EMAILFill in Your Email Address
CONTACT NUMBEREnter Your Number Here
POSITIONAssociate, Marketing, Graphic Artist
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MESSAGEType Your Message
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Delivery Service

If you want to get your favorite Milk Tea, Coffee at your doorstep. you can order online on the official website of Macau Imperial order.fredleygroup.com. Apart from this, you can also place orders by calling Hotline Numbers.

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