• Q Cafe to introduce premium milk tea next month

    Starting January 2020, Golden Prince Hotel will be introducing milk tea of six different exquisite flavors in its Q Cafe.

    Samantha Liao, PR and marketing manager, announced the new offering during a media thanksgiving gathering on Dec. 14.

    The new beverage uses premium imported milk tea powder and is part of the hotel's efforts to create new offerings. Acknowledging the popularity of milk tea among the youth, Golden Prince Hotel uses premium milk tea powder from David Rio Chair Bar, a famous chai bar in San Francisco, California.

    The flavors that will be offered are Horchiata with Puffy Otap Milk Tea, Keto Milk Tea, Matcha Milk Tea, Chocolate Assam Milk Tea, Tiger Spice Chai Tea, Cheesecake Milk Tea and Strawberry Banana Milk Tea, according to Food and Beverage Manager Ching Dayunot.

    TheTiger Spice Chai Tea is the pride of David Rio Chai Bar, added Dayunot who visited the popular chai bar and witnessed how different kinds of milk tea blends were prepared.

    While customers will have to wait for more than a couple of weeks to have a taste of these milk teas, they can still delight in the frappe selections at Q Cafe.

    Dayunot said they have modified their frappe selection to make these drinks taste even better.

    Even how the drinks are presented are now way better with some simple garnishings.

    The frappe selections are Espresso Crunch, Mocha, Tablea, Caramel, Choc Nut and Green Tea.

    Interestingly, the drinks have a Cebuano element in them. For instance the Horchiata milk tea features Otap in its garnishing to bring out one of Cebu's pride.

    Meanwhile, Dayunot said persons with lactose intolerance can still enjoy the milk tea by requesting the Cafe Q staff to remove the dairy component of the drink. Even without the dairy component, the milk tea will still taste excellent because the milk tea powder is of
    premium quality.

    Normally, milk is added to the milk tea powder to further enhance the flavor, she added. Milk tea is priced at P130 while the frappe is priced at P165. (Thea Rinen)
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