Dakasi Bubble Milk Tea @ SM Calamba : The Reason Why I Fell In Love with Milk Tea


Remember when I posted last week that I watched Rio 2? Well, what I didn't tell you that while waiting for the movie to begin (an hour and a half), I made a slight detour to several stores and bought the following:

  1. Standard Wired A4Tech mouse because I realized a wireless mouse becomes expensive if  used everyday for online work.
  2. ever bilena Matte Lipstick in Toast of New York and a Pro Lip Liner in Mauve
  3. BOGO Watsons Body Scrub
  4. Rice Bran Exfoliating Soap with Olive Oil and Relaxing Foot Mask, both from Oryspa
  5. HBLT at The Sandwich Guy
More like flash buying, haha! I have moments like that. IKR. So anyway, that got me thirsty.

Since the queue at Starbucks is super long, I decided to try Dakasi located near the SM Calamba Cinemas. I'm trying to cut down on soda and I'm not much of a tea drinker, much less a milk tea drinker but Dakasi caught my attention because they look bright and happy with that yellow star logo and soft lights. The store also looks very inviting with all that glass, too.  :)



So I asked the crew what is their "mainit na masarap" (hot and delicious) and they are quick to offer their bestseller, the Hot Dakasi Bubble Milk Tea.

According to the Dakasi website:

Pearl milk tea or bubble tea, and unique Taiwanese style fresh tea drinks have been the favorite beverage of the Taiwanese people.
A little bit of Dakasi history:
Dakasi owes its humble beginnings in Taiwan in 1990 serving fresh tea drinks. In 1999, it opened stores in Guangzhou, China and eventually set up its main office there. After more than 10 years of endeavor, outlets have spread throughout China and Southeast Asia. It’s now a tremendously influential brand in China and has become the number one brand among its counterparts.


To be quite really honest, this is my first  milk tea. AND. I. LOVED. IT. I'm sure many would ask, where's my cave? I'm an old (but pretty) dog who loves coffee, that's why. Ha ha! But who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?

What I love about Dakasi's milk tea is the size of their pearls. It's really smaller than the average pearls (all I know is Zagu's) so I was able to enjoy it more. Their milk tea is perfectly sweet for me and I am sure to go back and try out the rest of their menu. Dakasi milk teas range from Php80 to Php120 and you can add some jazz with their add-ons of Pearls, Grass Jelly, Coconut Jelly, Chocolate Pudding, Egg Pudding, Aloe Vera.




You can check out the Dakasi Website and their Facebook Page and have a look around.

Next time, I'm going to try the Aloe Vera variants. Do you think it will have an effect to the skin?



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2 comments:

  1. Glad you like Dakasi too! I remember I used to go here every single day last year when they first have their branch here at ATC :D

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  2. my mom loves milk tea and if i get boba (bubble tea) i usually go for the mango milk flavour. half sweet! sometimes they make it so sweet. i'm not a fan of tapioca pearls though but i do like the mango jelly stars (not everyone carries those)
    Jenn
    A Beautiful Zen

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