Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Serenitea Jumbo Cup is back this December 17 to 19!

This is not a drill! Serenitea's Jumbo Cup is back this December! 

Hello, Serenitea!
Our favorite Serenitea Jumbo Cup is back this December 17 to 19
Simply order a Large Cup of one of the selected drinks listed below you automatically get a FREE upsize to Jumbo Cup!
I loved Serenitea's Lychee Fruit Tea so I decided to not get my usual Wintermelon Milk Tea and went for Alona Fruit Tea and Cranberry Fruit Tea. 
R on the other hand got my staple milk tea order. (We can't share drinks though as I caught a nasty bug during our last trip.)
I opted for black tea, hard press for my Cranberry Fruit Tea and it turned out great! It had that pronounced tea taste which went well with the sweet fruity flavor. Though I initially found it still too sweet at 25% sugar level, it turned out great after some of the ice melted. I also had some Lime Grass Jelly in my drink which gave the drink a nice bite. 
The Aloha Fruit Tea was another new favorite of mine. The blend of different fruits--pineapple, passion fruit, apple and orange-- was like sipping sunshine! And I felt less guilty too finishing a whole jumbo cup!
R likes his drinks sweet and went for 100% sugar for his Wintermelon Milk Tea. But it turned out to be a tad too sweet for his liking. For a person who could finish a huge chocolate bar in one sitting, it must have been very sweet indeed for him to say that it was too much. (He still managed to finish it though.) Safe to go for 50% or 75%. 
See you all at Serenitea this December 17-19!

Note that Serenitea's Jumbo Cups are only available for dine in and take out orders. It is not valid in conjunction with other discounts, privileges, and promos. Senior citizens can avail of the promotional discount or the discount provided under the Expanded Senior Citizen Act of 2010 whichever is higher. 

Serenitea has multiple branches nationwide. 

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