The milk tea industry is booming in the Philippines. We Filipinos can enjoy the many milk tea flavors because of the impact of the Korean and Japanese people. However, milk tea is as easy as 1-2-3 since we can just add milk to any flavor of tea and presto! We now have our own own milk tea. A little milk in our favorite tea makes it smoother and somewhat sweeter. Many cultures throughout the world use this method of serving tea, and it is a simple way to spice up the typical tea that we are used to.
CoCo Fresh Tea and Juice was established in Tamsui, Taiwan, in 1997, and ever since, it has constantly produced. CoCo is now the market leader in the fresh tea beverage sector for bubble tea. With more than 4,000 locations globally, CoCo continues to grow by opening new locations in countries including Japan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
In order to remain a top brand in the freshly brewed beverages sector, CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice continues to embrace heritage and unleash daring innovations.
The firm claims that CoCo Fresh Tea and Juice offers the Philippine market a brand-new, fresh option. CoCo offers customers a completely unique bubble tea experience with beverages created from high-quality ingredients and processed in-store. In order to assure the quality of their products, CoCo is known for implementing a worldwide procurement program that involves finding the best seasonal fruits and other key ingredients. CoCo’s distinctive beverages are brimming with freshness and succulent flavors because they are made with whole leaf teas that have been gathered from the greatest places both domestically and internationally including fresh fruits.
I adore milk tea and have tried several establishments that sell it, but this was the first time I tried and experienced the milk tea here at CoCo. Their Festival Mall branch is not large, but I just want to emphasize that even though they only have small space, they keep it clean because there were no used or drank beverages on the table. In contrast to other businesses where we had to ask someone to clear the table, it was spotlessly clean despite the high volume of people.
Anyway, I chose my favorite flavor of milk tea—wintermelon. Really, it wasn’t anything noteworthy. Although the flavor is the same as that of the other kiosks offering similar goods, I did found it to be refreshing and not overly sweet. It’s nice that many milk tea beverage outlets are asking customers what their desired level of sweetness (sugar) is, and because I’m on a diet and am lowering my sugar consumption from 100% to 50%, things are going well so far. Additionally, I enjoy how creamy the milk tea is, and I also think it’s a bonus that the boba isn’t overly sweet.
I haven’t been able to look out whether Coco is sold in our area yet, so I’m not sure when I’ll be able to taste their other varieties. Others might want to go above and beyond by getting more add-ons, but for me, boba is more than enough, especially if it is chewy like what I have had here.
I would like to suggest it to everyone who has a hankering for milk tea and wants to check out various milk tea shops. This one is unquestionably worthwhile.