Saizen Milk Tea!

Goodmorning everyone! This morning, I discovered that we dont have "lazy" coffee anymore (3-in1) and because I suck at mixing pure coffee, creamer, and sugar, I decided to have some milk tea instead!

Here's what I got from Saizen last week: Saizen Royal Milk Tea!



It tastes like real Japanese Royal Milk Tea and I am so happy with it. I could taste the tea leaves (black tea)! Just mix the contents of the pack in a cup of hot water, and 電子ほら (voila)!!! You'll get an instant Royal Milk Tea! You may opt to add a little sugar if you like it sweet.

My mom loves it too!

It costs P85 and contains 4 mini packs of milk tea. Imagine, one pack of milk tea would only cost you P21.25, compared to milk teas being sold at malls which is P100 per cup! Great deal, isn't it?

Go check it out at Saizen store! They also have available hot choco mix, ginger, coffee, and other tea packs!

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  1. Never heard of sugar milk but it sounds yummy!

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  2. Wow this looks yummy and delicious! I wonder if its also available in malls and grocery stores :) 

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  3. I am a big fan of milk teas! :D I've been to Saizen countless times already but I haven't tried their Royal Milk Tea yet. Will definitely check this out the next time I go to Saizen! :D

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  4. im going to saizen this afternoon, and buy too.. gustong kong masubukan din! 

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  5. I am not really a fan of milk teas I see in malls and groceries because I am not really a fan of milk teas. But I guess I have to try this one. 

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  6. Hey Carizza! Didn't know Saizen was already selling Milk Tea in sachets. Did you try mixing this with cold water? If it tastes good in cold water, we could probably try mixing it with crystals and sago too! hehe!

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  7. i actually prepared in warm water so it would mix easily. then put inside the freezer. it says in the packaging that you can mix it with cold water. :)

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  8. ah, makes sense! =) try it with sago and nata soon! hehehe

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  9. go ahead, try the most affordable milk tea! you can add most sugar/milk if you want!

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  10. goooow. it's so affordable compared to milk teas being sold at malls. mix it with any flavor that you want

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  11. available at Saizen, check at Rob Galleria :)

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  12. haven't tried mine yet! Can't wait! :) 

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  13. oh! I want to try this, I love milk tea . . . its good substitute for coffee anyway!

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  14. cool! I hope I can visit a Saizen store here in Pampanga to have this. :)

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  15. This is definitely a must try. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  16. i am not really a fan of milk tea. it is either milk only or tea only para sa akin.

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  17. It's really cheap but tamad ako magtimpla if available lang sa bahay hindi ako naeentice uminom

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  18. Not really a fan of milk tea, but with that affordable price, it's worth a try, I guess. Who knows? I might like it. :D Thanks for sharing your discovery! :D

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  19. I haven't tried this yet.  Would love to try this someday. :)

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