With more branches opening yearly, Yi Fang Tea, a Taiwanese-style tea shop, has gained popularity in the Philippines. To quench your thirst, you can choose from mouthwatering fruit teas, brown sugar pearls, or coffee at this shop.
Yi Fang Tea Menu:
|Yi Fang Signature Fruit Tea||₱150||₱170|
|Sunshine Boost Fruit Tea with Jelly||₱145||₱165|
|Aiyu Lemon Green Tea||₱135||₱150|
|Passionfruit Green Tea||₱135||₱150|
|Pineapple Green Tea||₱130||₱145|
|Lemon Green Tea||₱115||₱130|
Brown Sugar Pearl
|Brown Sugar Pearl Cocoa Latte||₱150||₱170|
|Brown Sugar Pearl Milk||₱130||₱150|
|Brown Sugar Pearl Oolong Tea Latte||₱150||₱170|
|Brown Sugar Pearl Tea Latte||₱130||₱150|
|Brown Sugar Pearl with Vitasoy||₱140||₱160|
|Brown Sugar Pearl Coffee Latte||₱150||₱170|
|Brown Sugar Pearl Mocha Latte||₱150||₱170|
|Coffee Jelly Latte||₱150||₱170|
Seasonal Fruit Tea
|Strawberry Fruit Tea||₱140||₱160|
|Strawberry Milk Smoothie||₱160||₱180|
|Black Tea Latte||₱115||₱135|
|Oolong Tea Latte||₱120||₱140|
|Yakult Iced Tea||₱120||₱135|
|Yakult Passionfruit Green Tea||₱135||₱135|
|Yakult Pineapple Green Tea||₱135||₱135|
Yi Fang Tea Story
Through its citizens’ straightforward efforts and sincere labor, Taiwan’s island nation’s natural produce grows profusion.
Against that stunning and productive land, a young woman named Chen Jian (also known as “Yi Fang”) wed a farmer who toiled on a pineapple plantation during the Japanese occupation. He worked in the sweltering heat every day. She was concerned that the sweltering heat would be bad for his health.
Yi Fang gathered overripe pineapples and boiled them to create a preserved pineapple jelly sauce. She incorporated water into the sauce before serving it to her husband. She made a brilliant decision by mixing the pineapple jelly sauce into the tea to create a refreshing beverage for him.
The fragrant fruit tea you have in your hand right now was made using the same delectable recipe that Yi Fang made for her husband. Every beverage is still made with the same amount of love and care and only contains the freshest fruits in season.
In Tai Chung, Taiwan, Yi Fang Taiwan Fruit Tea established its first location before steadily growing throughout the nation. It opened an office in China before moving to the Philippines.
Yi Fang Tea Online Delivery Information
You can order directly from the Yi Fang Tea Website, choose from their online Menu, and have the food delivered or self-pickup depending on your nearest Yi Fang Tea store location. Also, with the abundance of food delivery apps (such as FoodPanda, GrabFood, etc.), you can choose one to make your order.
Yi Fang Tea Branch Finder & Opening Hours
Yi Fang Tea has 25 branches across the Philippines. You can find the nearest Yi Fang Tea near you by visiting Yi Fang Tea’s website. You will be presented with the exact address of each branch, Opening hours and telephone numbers.