ERSAO

ERSAO


As the Philippines braces for Mangkhut a monster of a storm 550 miles wide with maximum sustained wind speeds of 170 miles per hour,  I found myself in a grab car on my way to a Coffee Crawl sponsored by SM City Sucat and TigaSouth Ka Ba.

I was actually of two  sinceminds last  Thursday night. I wanted to go but I do not want  to be in the center of a raging typhoon. The news took care of my anxiety. Apparently, Mangkhut locally named Ompong  was set to make a landfall in the North early dawn Saturday.

It helped too that although the sky was overcast this morning, rainfall and wind speed were almost nil. The weather held . It felt like a regular overcast day with some drizzling towards nightfall.

As I write  this, I pray  the country would  be spared Ompong's wrath and keep those in the storm path safe from harm.

 9th Stop
Coffee and Milk Tea Crawl

It was my first time in Ersao ever. I have been hearing  lots of good things about the brand like  how delicious their milk teas are and how good their Taiwanese fare is as well. Surprised to know that its been around for 18 years having opened their first branch in Banawe in  June 12 , 2000  (Philippine Star)


They served us 5 variants of milk teas. My favorite among the 5 was their TARO MILK TEA (500 ml P80/ 700 ml P100. Loved the chewy pearls.


Their store in SM City Sucat is located at the ground  floor near Auntie Ann's. It was spacious and bright with a predominantly green theme.

We were not able to taste their savory items. Oh well all the more reason to revisit the place in another  branch more closer to home.

Thank you for having us SM CITY SUCAT and for the invite TIGASOUTHKABA

Coffee and Milk Tea Crawl For Bloggers yesterdayy   September 14 was sponsored by SM City Sucat and TigaSouthKaBa

Ersao Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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