Health Tea: Macao Imperial Tea Now Brews ‘Malunggay’ Infused Beverages


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Enjoying your favorite Macao Imperial Tea beverages guilt-free is now possible, thanks to the health benefits of Malunggay, Ginger, and Okra present on these new milk tea series.

In an Instagram post on Wednesday, July 14, 2021, Macao Imperial Tea, one of the country’s favorite milk tea chains, teamed with M2 Club PH, and debuted its new milk tea series- Malunggay infused drinks!

Its new milk tea series consists of four new healthy drinks: Malunggay Milk Tea, Malunggay Lemon Yakult, Malunggay Iced Tea, and Malunggay Berry Tea.

Macao also mentioned some of the health benefits that customers can get when they indulge in these Malunggay drinks.

You can now enjoy the Malunggay milk tea series of Macao Imperial Tea for ₱140.00 for its Alto-sized drink, and ₱160.00 for Maior.

As of writing, the Malunggay series is now available on all branches nationwide.

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