You Really Oat to Try the Newest Drinks at Macao Imperial Tea

They'll only be available for a limited time!

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Macao Imperial Tea Philippines ILLUSTRATION Warren Espejo

( Oats have come a long way from being viewed as a boring old grain only ever consumed as a hot porridge. Today, they're used for everything from dairy-free milk to ice cream to the TikTok-trendy baked oats—which highlight their naturally nutty profile, and prove just how versatile an ingredient they can really be. If you're looking for a new way to get your oat fix, you'll be happy to know that Macao Imperial Tea has come out with limited-edition oat-infused drinks that you can take cold or hot!

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These new sips at Macao Imperial Tea are made with oats and milk.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Macao Imperial Tea Philippines

You can take your pick from three flavors, all of which combine fresh milk and rolled oats with their respective flavorings into a lush, sippable beverage. The Peanut Oat and Milk (P155/Alto, P175/Maior) has crushed peanuts blended in to sate that peanut-butter craving, while the Coco Oat and Milk (P155/Alto, P175/Maior) goes for a tropical profile by blending in shredded coconut. Like it fruity? Go for the Red Oat and Milk (P155/Alto, P175/Maior), which has red dates in the mix. (Note that these drinks are not dairy-free.) These are available at all Macao Imperial Tea shops for a limited time, but you can also order for delivery through GrabFood or Foodpanda.

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Macao Imperial Tea is a tea brand known for their wide selection of drinks with toppings like cream cheese and chestnut cream. They came to the Philippines in 2017, and some of their bestsellers today are the Cheesecake and Pearl and Over the Rainbow beverages.

Macao Imperial Tea has branches at 780 Banawe Street, Siena, Banawe, Quezon City and L/5 East Wing, Shangri-La Plaza, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City. See a list of Macao Imperial Tea branches. For delivery orders, visit the Fredley Group's website or find Macao Imperial Tea on GrabFood or Foodpanda. For more information, check out Macao Imperial Tea Philippines' Facebook page.

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