The first time I went to TWG at the Power Plant Mall, I was a bit disappointed. My husband and I wanted to get seats, but no one attended to us. We waited for 5 minutes and during that time, the waiters effectively avoided us.

But since we are tea/lovers and we really wanted to try their tea, we gave TWG another chance last week. Thank goodness — it was a better visit!


We wanted to have afternoon tea and some sweets. We were with Baby Z so we wanted a calm and relax place. The place was full but we had our names placed on the waiting list. While waiting, we checked out the wide variety of tea displayed.

We were looking for decaffeinated tea. The person attending to us suggested that we get red tea. Red Tea can be taken in by pregnant women, nursing moms or people avoiding caffeine.

Weighing Scales for the Tea

We got the Red Christmas Tea. How it works is that TWG sells tea on a per gram basis. They have a list of all the flavors and all you have to do is choose from the list. They place it in a standard TWG pack but if you are buying it as a gift, you can buy a container. They sell different kinds of containers. We got the 100 gram tin can in the standard yellow TWG color.

Iced Tea: Red Christmas Tree Tea

I also ordered the iced Red Christmas Tree when we were seated. It was truly refreshing and delicious! Ej also enjoyed his drink. He ordered the Silver Moon Tea. It was served in an elegant tea pot.

Macarons from TWG

Now, to go with our tea, we ordered macarons. Each piece is at php 55. The flavors were all unique and delicious.

We would definitely come back to try the other kinds of tea that they have. Have you tried TWG? What kind of tea did you have? Was it good?

Love lots,

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About The Author

Ginger is the General Manager of She is also the co-founder of a tech start-up company called Turn Up Trumps, Inc. She is a business coach and has her own program called Love the Leap. She has been a blogger since 2005, writing for, and She graduated MA in Communications Major in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She worked as an account executive for a couple of ad agencies. She also managed a food franchise store. Her longest corporate stint was as a product manager for a known bank in the Philippines.

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