Macao Imperial Tea – Congressional Now Brewing!

Whether you love coffee, tea or milk tea, this global tea brand has got you covered.

Macao Imperial Tea which hails from Macau a.k.a the “Vegas of China” is one of the fastest-growing cafe chains. In fact, it has now over 350 branches in Macau, Canada, China, Malaysia, Singapore, United States, Vietnam and the Philippines. It was brought here by the Fredley Group of Companies and opened the first branch on June 2017 in Banawe, Quezon City.

Now, Macao Imperial Tea has several branches in and out of the metro. The nearest branch from where I live is at Congressional Avenue. This one opened in December 9, 2018. As a special treat, the first 100 customers received a FREE Happy Bear tumbler. Sadly, I wasn’t able to visit that day but I was able to the following day.

This branch may not be as spacious as the other MIT shops but they have the same look and feel. To be honest, I don’t usually hang out at coffee or tea shops because not all customers respect peace and quiet. Am I right? 😉 But in MIT – Congressional Avenue’’s case, I did enjoy the ambiance they provide every time I wait for my drink.

Speaking of which, I have two go-to drinks here at MIT.

Special Drink For Me (Php 195) and Blue Curacao Soda (Php 145)

I love these two because they’re delicious and unpretentious. You see, I like simple drinks that satisfy my cravings. Let’s say I’m in the mood for something sweet, then For Me which is iced strawberry milk is the perfect drink. And if I want a delicious thirst quencher, Blue Curacao Soda hits the spot.

But there are several other great choices at MIT such as an entire line of Mpresso or espresso-based drinks, coffee, chocolate, chestnut cream, cream cheese, milk tea, tea, red bean, and yakult-based drinks. They have everything!

Besides these, I’m pretty sure you will also appreciate their reusable tumblers especially the one that comes with cute mouse ears. Cool, eh?

Want one?

You can find Macao Imperial Tea at 188 Congressional Avenue, Project 8, Barangay Toro, Quezon City!

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