Moonleaf Makati branch celebrated its first year last July 5, Friday, welcoming customers with special treats aside from their variety of basic teas and tea mixes.
Adding to the celebration, Moonleaf hosted Moonleaf Beats where local artists Ebe Dancel, LM Cancio, Ai dela Cruz, and Anyo performed.
“Moonleaf thrives on the engaged community of Moonleaf lovers who make it a place for great conversations that create memories of great times. As we celebrate the growth of Moonleaf, we commit to continuously and passionately share the fun and healthy lifestyle that Moonleaf stands for.” —Adrian Adriano, CEO of Moonleaf Tea Shop.
It was actually my first time to try Moonleaf because their branches are nowhere near those I frequent to. I tried their oolong tea with pearls (I have to remind myself that next time I should forget add-ons). Though it was sweetened, the sweetness was moderate or just right. Though I really prefer my oolong tea unsweetened.
Moonleaf started out as a quaint shop along Magiting Street, UP Teacher’s Village in Diliman, QC in 2010. They homey interiors and wide variety of tea concoctions drew in the crowds of young and hip students and professionals. Moonleaf’s tea drinks and mixes are made from freshly brewed, top-quality tea leaves improted from the best tea-growing regions of Taiwan. The tea is brewed, steeped and served in authentic Taiwanese tradition.
Just for a single drink,I already like Moonleaf (their color is green even! LOL) and their having more than just teas — they have teas and pastries — is a plus. If only they have branches in Glorietta or Greenbelt *parinig*, I could frequent them. 😀 Haven’t tried Moonleaf? You should.