Attention, fanatics of milk tea far and wide, it looks like we've got another boba obsession to fill our cups! Introducing Brown Cafe, a Thailand original that's promptly made its way to our country to add to the proliferation of milk tea shops in the country. Not that we're complaining though. The more options for our bubble hearts, the merrier!

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That said, Brown Cafe claims that they're not just your typical milk tea brand. Their famous pearls are infused with collagen found to have skin health benefits. Made with ingredients imported from Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, and Singapore, their bubbles are made in-house and range from 10 different options, including low-calorie choices. Plus, you can also trust Brown Cafe's pearls to be crafted from 100% tea, and zero percent artificial powder. Who knew indulging in your guilty pleasure could be this beneficial?

The must-try best sellers for first-timers include the Brown Sugar Pearl with milk, Royal Premium Milk Tea, the Thai tea, the Rainbow Low-Calorie Bubble Series, and the Shake Shake Series for non-tea drinkers, all with an affordable price range of P75 to P155.



Brown Cafe Philippines is now open at the Ground floor of Serendra, Bonifacio Global City

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