Tea-ktalk, Tea-liling, and more: Milk tea places with witty, funny names

Aside from the quality of their drinks, these milk tea places in Cavite City, Kawit, and Rosario are turning heads because of their humorous and creative names.

Milk tea shops are here and there. The phenomenal popularity of this flavorful beverage makes many people hop onto the craze. But aside from offering sweetened drinks, some milk tea places catch public attention for another reason: their witty and funny names.

Tea-ktalk (Rosario)

Location: Ligtong II, Rosario, Cavit

Other branches: Zamboanga Sibugay (physical store), Bulakan, Bulacan, Tanza, Cavite and General Trias, Cavite (home-based)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teaktalkcavite/

Big-tea (Kawit)

Location: Tirona Highway, Kaingen, Kawit, Cavite

Other branches: Binakayan, Kawit, Cavite, Ternate, Cavite, Imus, Cavite and Las Piñas City

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BIGtealivery

LGBTea (Cavite City)

They do not just have a flag and a community but also a brand of milk tea.

Location: Hugo Perez, San Roque, Cavite City, Cavite

Other branches: None


Dis-car-tea (Rosario)

Perfect for street smarts out there.

Location: 278 J. Castro Street Rosario, Cavite

Other branches: None

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/discartea

Tea-liling (Cavite City)

Location: 1026 P. Burgos Ave, San Roque, Cavite City, Cavite

Other branches: None

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mytealilingmilktea/

D’ Verse Tea (Kawit)

Bible verses plus quotes of diversity equals?

Location: Face Commercial Bldg 252 Marulas, Kawit, Cavite

Other branches: None

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dversetea/

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