Welcome to the delectable world of Macao Imperial Tea, where every sip tells a story of indulgence and every bite is a journey into flavor paradise. If you’ve been eagerly searching for the ultimate guide to “Macao Imperial Tea Menu Prices in the Philippines,” your quest ends here. In this gastronomic exploration, we will unravel the menu delights that this renowned tea haven has to offer, complete with tantalizing pictures that will make your taste buds dance with anticipation.

Macao Imperial Tea Menu Prices Philippines

Macao Imperial Tea Menu Prices Philippines


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Cheesecake Oreo

Macao Imperial Tea’s Cheesecake Oreo is a delightful blend of creamy cheesecake, rich Oreo cookies, and fragrant black tea. The cheesecake adds a smooth and decadent texture to the drink, while the Oreo cookies provide a delightful crunch and a burst of chocolatey flavor. The black tea brings a balanced bitterness that complements the sweetness of the cheesecake and Oreo cookies, creating a harmonious and enjoyable beverage.

Cheesecake Cocoa

Cheesecake Matcha

For those who adore the earthy and slightly vegetal notes of matcha, Macao Imperial Tea’s Cheesecake Matcha is a must-try. The creamy cheesecake seamlessly blends with the vibrant matcha, creating a harmonious balance between sweetness and bitterness.

Cheesecake Matcha

Cheesecake Cocoa

Chocolate lovers will rejoice over Macao Imperial Tea’s Cheesecake Cocoa. The velvety cheesecake intertwines with the rich and decadent cocoa, creating a decadent and indulgent treat. The black tea adds a subtle depth of flavor, balancing the sweetness of the cheesecake and cocoa while offering a touch of astringency.

Cheesecake Cocoa

Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea

Macao Imperial Tea’s Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea is a classic combination that never disappoints. The creamy milk tea is infused with the delicate sweetness of cream cheese and the delightful crunch of Oreo cookies. The Oreo cookies provide a playful contrast to the smooth milk tea, while the cream cheese adds a touch of richness and tanginess.

Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea

Cream Cheese Milk Tea

For those who prefer a more subtle and understated flavor profile, Macao Imperial Tea’s Cream Cheese Milk Tea is an excellent choice. The creamy milk tea is infused with a delicate hint of cream cheese, creating a subtly rich and flavorful beverage. The cream cheese adds a touch of tanginess and richness without overpowering the delicate sweetness of the milk tea.

Cream Cheese Milk Tea

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Macao Imperial Tea Opening & Closing Hours

Saturday10 am–10 pm
Sunday10 am–10 pm
Monday10 am–10 pm
Tuesday10 am–10 pm
Wednesday10 am–10 pm
Thursday10 am–10 pm
Friday(Feast of the Immaculate Conception)10 am–10 pmHours might differ

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Located in: SM Megamall Building A

Address: H3M4+WP5, Doña Julia Vargas Ave, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

Phone: +63 2 8659 6354

Who owns Macao Imperial Tea Philippines?

Warmest congratulations to our founder and CEO, Avin C. Ong, MBA, for being recognized as Regus Entrepreneur of the Year. To more great things ahead, cheers!

Where does Macao Imperial Tea originated?


Macao Imperial Tea brand originate from Macau, with over 400 branches in Macau, Vietnam, Canada, Philippines, Singapore, China and United States. Also one of the fastest-growing cafe chains of Macau is proudly brought into Philippines.

Why Macao Imperial Tea is famous?

Macao Imperial Tea is undoubtedly one of the most popular milk tea cafes around the country and even in other countries and territories like Macau, Vietnam, China, and the USA. Macao Imperial Tea’s delicious milk tea blends and distinctive flavors have endeared it to Filipino milk tea enthusiasts, both young and old

Is there a Macao imperial tea in Macau?

Macao Imperial Tea provides Taiwanese-inspired tea drinks and their own tumbler bottles are also available. When strolling around in either of their branches in Old Taipa Village or Macau, it’s a perfect treat in a hot sunny day.

Why is Macao SAR so rich?

Tourism is the backbone of Macau’s economy, and much of it geared towards gambling, which was legalised in the 19th century and has since been the linchpin of the economy and an important source of revenue for the government.

How much does it cost to franchise Macao in the Philippines?

PHP 1,500,000

Franchise Fee: PHP 1,500,000. Investment Capital: PHP 9m.

Why is it called Macao?

The name “Macau” (Portuguese pronunciation IPA: [mɐ. ‘kaw]) is thought to be derived from the Templo de A-Má (Temple of A-Ma or Ma Kok Temple) (媽閣廟, Cantonese Jyutping: Maa1 Gok3 Miu6, local pronunciation: Maa5 Gok3 Miu6 or Maa5 Gok3 Miu5), a still-existing landmark built in 1448 dedicated to the goddess Matsu.

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