Press Release: Have A Moment Of Serenitea In Davao City

Serenitea in Davao City
March 25, 2015 - With their newest franchise opening in the Crown Jewel of Mindanao, Serenitea looks to further cement their place as the country’s leading homegrown milk tea brand. One of the forerunners of the milk tea craze in the Philippines, Serenitea held the grand opening of their second branch outside of Manila last month, drawing an excited crowd with their signature Jumbo Cup promo.


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General Manager, Juliet Herrera, stated that the company found an opportunity to expand in Davao, given the market demand for the brand in the city.

“Serenitea aims to be the preferred choice of Filipinos from all over the country when it comes to enjoying a serene tea-drinking experience, which is why we wanted to be present nationwide,” added Herrera.





As a nod to their Davao market, Serenitea also came up with Durian Madness, exciting new drinks that incorporate the region’s specialty. Exclusively offered in Serenitea Davao, customers can choose between Durian Milk Tea, Durian Royal Frost, Matcha Durian Slush, & Cocoa Durian Slush.

With this innovative and healthy teashop’s passion for serving delicious snacks, and top quality drinks with every cup of freshly brewed tea, DavaoeƱos can now also have moments of Serenitea at the new branch.

Serenitea Davao is located at Victoria Plaza Complex, J.P. Laurel Ave Bajada, Davao City and is open from Mondays to Sundays, from 11:00 AM – 12:00 MN.




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3 comments:

  1. Lovely! I wonder why it is located in Victoria Plaza and not in SM Lanang or Abreeza Mall. Just wondering.

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  2. I went there just the other day. I like the atmosphere, but I wasn't too impressed with their tea. Great place to go for a quiet place to work while you drink their tea. Otherwise, if tea is more important, I still think it's hard to beat Chatime.

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    1. I haven't tried Serenitea as it's too far from where I'm living right now. Maybe soon if I have time.. :)

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