Baden Powell Inn, Gov. Pack Rd., Baguio, Benguet

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Business Hours
Reopens: 9:00a - 1:00a


  • Sunday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a
  • Monday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a
  • Thursday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a
  • Friday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a
  • Saturday
    • 9:00a - 1:00a

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Most Recent Reviews

Rocky R.
5.0 Stars

When going to places where "tea" is a suffix (Infinitea, Serenitea, Grabatea, Affinitea, etc.) to rendezvous with friends, I have a preconception that it would be another boba house. In all honestly, I am boba'd out. There are too many here in Baguio! For the life of me, I can't differentiate the taste of matcha/hakka sold from one place or the other. I can only differentiate the sweetness. From there, the less sweet a certain boba house makes their matcha/hakka, that's the place I will favor. So I'm sorry to say that you won't receive any reviews regarding boba houses from me. 128517 But then there's 19FIFTEA.

Featuring more than 30 types of teas, 19FIFTEA is a clear winner when it comes to legitimate tea rooms with a large selection of teas ranging from:

White Teas, which have a light and delicate taste, and emits a natural sweetness

Black Teas, which have a bold and robust flavor

Green Teas, which have a subtle taste with varying undertones


Oolong Teas, which have a floral or fruity flavor

Because I'm a tea lover (I don't like coffee), I can explain further on how tea is processed. But I won't get into that. 128513

Immediately when entering this small, and cute room, you are welcomed by framed photos of famous actors, musicians and also ornaments that are 1950's related. Seats have heart-shaped backrests that's very reminiscent of 50's malt shops you would see on TV, and even the music that's played is from that era.

You are handed a menu (shown on the photo) with a list of the teas they serve. Before the list, there is a page that explains the four different types of teas mentioned above in detail. On that list, there are 31 different flavors, but on their board reads 38. The more the merrier! They, too sell pastries, breads with spreads, and yes, milk tea.

This is a breath of fresh air for Baguio!

While vibing to The Chordettes' "Mr. Sandman", I was sipping on a Vanilla Carmel Black Tea. It's composed of black tea, with caramel powder and vanilla extract. This tea was very pleasant. It had the earthy tone that black tea is known for, along with subtle hits of unsweetened vanilla and caramel. I loved it! The tea will not only knock your socks off, but their pastries pack a tasty punch.

19FIFTEA is what's needed in Baguio. We are so overwhelmingly saturated with sugars and artificial flavors from milk tea and coffee establishments, that we forget the best, and most delicious type of beverage is simple and healthy.

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