We (sis and I) saw Tea Tattle while at the mall during the sale. We told ourselves we would try it the next time we went to the mall, and since we passed by the mall last Saturday after our visit to MV Logos Hope, we figured it would be the best time to try it.
Says on their board, "Tea Tattle redefines the classic tea time 17th century aristocrats loved by serving you quick fixes, whether it's tea you've always had, or tea you've never had. Our tea line includes the timeless favorite Creme Teas (dreamy milk tea), refreshing Lite Teas (dainty fruit teas), and exclusive Full Teas (fancy Tea Tattle signature tea)."
List of flavors for their Creme Tea include:
- *Tattler's Choice Milk Tea
- *Pick Your Berry Milk Tea (strawberry, blueberry, tea berries)
- *Valencia Wintermelon
- Roasted Marshmallows
- *Roasted Hazelnut
- Toffee Crunch
- *Irish Creme
- *Green Apple
- *Green Apple + Peach
- *Strawberry + Lychee
- Strawberry + Peach
- Bloody Berry
- *Tea Berries
- Lychee + Peach
I went for the Valencia Wintermelon (left cup). Wintermelon seemed to be the flavor many tea places offer, so as much as I would like to check each of the milk tea places, I also have this little mission of finding the best Wintermelon Milk Tea. This one tasted good; it had the distinct flavor of wintermelon and it had a right amount of sweetness, but for some reason, I still find Gong Cha's version much better and tastier than this.
Sister chose to go for their Full Tea line and went for Irish Creme (right cup), as per the staff's recommendation. Sister said it tasted like coffee with lots of cream, and she wasn't able to really taste the tea flavor in it, maybe because of the cream.
They only have two cup sizes - Grande and Plus. All orders come with free tapioca pearls (a lot of it, actually), but they also offer pudding and coco cubes (as well as extra tapioca pearls) as sinkers for additional 10 pesos.
Will we go back there? I could say we will just check the other new ones first before going back here.