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Happy Lemon Branches Philippines

Updated on October 22, 2012
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We went to Greenhills yesterday and had our usual Christmas shopping spree. Before going back to the car, we hurried to Happy Lemon at the Promenade. I can’t miss tasting my favorite milk tea on earth. That time, I tried their Cocoa with Rock Salt and Cheese. Oh, babe that’s the yummiest thing aside from your lips.

I know, you all will agree unless you didn’t yet try Happy Lemon. I wish they would open more branches. I wish they would open one in Pampanga. There I said it. I want that so bad. I’m sure lots of people here want that too as they are also craving for their favorite Happy Lemon drinks. Since I am craving for one grande cup now and I’m at home, I can only write about it. Thought why not write about Happy Lemon branches in the Philippines since it could be so useful to fans and lovers of the most addicting milk tea in the world. It’s coming closer to you before you know it…

Happy Lemon Branches

  • Greenhills at the Promenade Greenhilss, Level 1 beside Starbucks
  • Eastwood Mall at the Fourth Floor
  • Rockwell at Second Floor Archaeology Annex Power Plant Mall
  • Trinoma at Fourth Floor at the cinema lobby beside Timezone

next branches coming up…will update this page I promise

Now for my favorites from the Happy Lemon menu, Cocoa Milk Tea with Puff Cream. Mmmhh so yummy, I’m salivating now. (laughs) I also love their Crispy Cocoa Milk Tea with Brown Sugar Jelly, Milk Tea with Oreo Cookies and Cream, Milk Tea with Pearl Sago and Puff Cream. Those are from their list of milk tea menu. From their Mousse Spin, I loved their Mango and Orange Yogurt just good.

I am so looking forward to taste something from their Cocoa and Coffee menu list such as Oreo cookies and cream coffee and their latte with taro. If they would open a branch near my hometown, I’d definitely try all their drinks like that of those under their specialty drinks and fresh teas. That green tea mixed I had before, I can’t forget. Feels like I drank a cup of my favorite Kenzo perfume. (laughs) It’s invigorating. I forgot I was tired.

I know that the original Happy Lemon was from Hong Kong, while they have branches now in the Philippines, Singapore, USA and others I wish they will extend more cafes nationwide or else I will franchise Happy Lemon my own. Hehe I kid.

Happy Lemon to making Milk Tea more Popular

Gone are the days that it’s pure afternoon tea party. Tea lovers have blended milkyway to their traditional tea galaxies. Through the years, milk tea has multiplied into many variants. Hong Kong has their own recipes. And so is Taiwan –for their popular bubble tea. Malaysia and Singapore have their unique blends too. Coffee drinkers would shift to chill at Milk Tea cafes than coffee shops nowadays especially the youth. Look at Happy Lemon café next to Starbucks, teens and mid-twenty people are having a ‘happy’ hour in there than loaf their time with their Caramel Macchiato. Other milk tea cafes sprouted at the city even before Happy Lemon. Now that HL is becoming more popular, I’m sure milk tea will never be the same again. Addicting, refreshing, healthy and yummy, milk tea will forever rock our taste buds.

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