Zentea Mode

Senti is a "Pinoy slang" for "being sentimental." Often, we'll hear some of our friends telling us "Hoy, grabe ha! Nagsesenti ka na naman. You already!" But, of course, I won't talk about "senti" here. I'm going to talk about Zentea!

My fellow Quality Analyst Theresa introduced Zentea to me some months back. I think that was five months ago, and if my memory serves me right, that's after our "gym session" at YMCA. The sad thing is I wasn't able to "tea myself" when we went there because I run out of cash. Anyway, to complete that "unfinished Zentea experience," my cousin and I decided to drop by there a few days back. And, yeah, that's one of the most memorable "tea experiences" I ever had!


Vince Tabor of Lakbay Baguio wrote "Truly, Zentea is a breath of fresh air in a cold City where residents have grown accustomed with drinking hot coffee to beat the cold. With the creative tea mixes that they offer Baguio folks would soon discover that there is a healthier alternative to quenching their thirst."

Indulge in a relaxing and satisfying tea experience at Zentea. Or if you're visiting Baguio for the Panagbenga 2013, you can always drop by Zentea to quench your thirst. Visit them at the roof-deck of Porta Vaga Commercial Center!

Comments

  1. in addition, Zentea's location is perrrfect! You'll feel the serenity as it is located at the Cathedral grounds..I also like their choice of music..take note: it's also a Wi-fi zone :)

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