Tea Kitchen

Wilson St. cor. Barasoain St., Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila

Tea Kitchen
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Apa A.
4.0 Stars

Tried the Temple of Heaven tea. Sarap! They've got a lot of nice blends and the atmosphere's relaxing. Cakes are okay.

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Andrea S.
4.0 Stars

As a tea-drinker, this neighborhood place with a wide selection of loose-leaf teas thrills me to no end. It also appeals to the question-asking OC in me as the selection is color-coded for kind and caffeine content (black/caffeined, white/very little, herbal/none, etc), with each tea's functional benefits clearly displayed, along with icons for recommeded serving (iced, with milk, etc).

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Bryan Kenneth U.
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Note: if you want the short version scroll to the last paragraph [you've been warned 128513]

I'm one you might call a tea fiend (a.k.a someone who enjoys tea a lot), to the point that my office drawer always has a few bags lying around. The first time I saw the Tea Kitchen my curiosity was piqued (e.g. I had a moment of weakness)

This place though isn't your run-of-the-mill milk tea place, they actually sell tea by the gram (okay minimum 50 grams), aside of course from tea (Iced, in a pot, blended, yes even milk tea), they also serve cakes and cookies, they even have a 1pm-6pm afternoon tea special of tea and cookies for 120php. But for tonight I decided to just bring home some loose leaf teas, and I chose three flavors, Red Velvet, Caramel popcorn, and electric earl grey. Right now I'm enjoying a cup of Red Velvet( It's a spicey red rooibos tea with a hint of chocolate, and no this one doesn't need a whole bottle of red food coloring). I haven't tried the other two, but I'll place my thoughts in the comments when I've tried the other two.

The shorr version of it all, the tea kitchenis sort of like the middle class version of TWG, it's not as expensive (it's about 3-5pesos a gram, depending on which tea you choose) However unlike TWG there's a more flexible "take home" experience with the large selection of interesting and interestingly named teas (like Almond Biscotti) with the option to buy less at a time and at a (somewhat) cheaper price. For those of you wondering about service the staff was quite helpful and friendly, while the "smelling" sample bottles were labeled per cup when they meant per gram. I will probably cone back for the other flavors and to try their afternoon tea special.

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