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January 2, 2013


Another milktea place??


We always pass by Wilson Street on our way home from Greenhills and we already saw this milktea place about a year ago. But we were always full and ready to go home so by then that stopping for another round of drinks is not that appealing anymore.

Well, I'm glad that we stopped by this time. Actually, its more like- we really made an effort to visit the place today. That's after having a very filling meal at Greeka which was on the other end of P. Guevara. Share Tea is located on the corner of Wilson and P. Guevara Streets. Very easy to spot.


There's nary a customer in sight when we arrived so we were able to make chika with the staff and ask for recommendations. I love the red and white color combination. So chic!




We ordered the Hokkaido Milktea (mine), Chocolate with Rocksalt and Cheese (daughter's), and something I can't remember. Sorry. I hate senior moments. The large one was C's drink. She said its okay. One of the bestsellers. I tasted daughter's rocksalt drink and its cheesier that HL. My Hokkaido has an after taste of hokkaido tea (?) I think.


And we were all happy with our drinks that we plan to go back soon and try the other drinks. Yum!

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