September 12, 2019

Alishan at The Alley Offers Sweet Yet Guilt-Free Drinks

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  • The milk tea craze is obviously here to stay, especially as it is continuously catapulted by shops with varying concepts opening left and right—one of which is Alishan at The Alley.

    Also read: Yi Fang Taiwan Fruit Tea Gives You Naturally Sweet and Refreshing Drinks

    Situated beside Dean & DeLuca in Legazpi Village, Alishan at the Alley is a quaint beverage shop where the pile of people—which is seemingly part of their facade and everyday operation—speaks for their identity as a brand.

    Alishan at the Alley takes pride in their beverages ranging from milk teas to fruit teas. This is not only because they ooze with the familiarly sweet, tangy flavor, but also because they offer guilt-free drinks made with organic ingredients.

    Also read: Tiger Sugar in BGC: Brown Sugar Boba Milk Is a Must Try!

    In hindsight, their Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cheese Brûlée (Php 120/Php 140) might strike as a regular brown sugar milk tea, but it is unlike those since the handful of boba taking refuge at the bottom is made with 100% original tapioca.

    Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cheese Brûlée (Php 120/Php 140)

    Their tapioca is both gluten and nut-free, while the brown sugar glazing the drink is produced through organic molasses that prevent tooth decay and improve stress-resistance.

    Similarly, the Purple Yam Pearl Milk with Custard Pudding (Php 130/Php 150) is made of completely organic purple yam.

    Purple Yam Pearl Milk with Custard Pudding (Php 130/Php 150)

    Meanwhile, the Peach, Passion Fruit, Basil (Php 120/Php 140) is a peculiar blend of visibly, passion fruit and basil.

    Peach, Passion Fruit, Basil (Php 120/Php 140)

    Aside from being at the market’s forefront where health is the top priority, Alishan at the Alley also ensures that they are able to bring Taiwanese artistry through their milk teas.

    They base their beverages in the most sought-after tea in Taiwan namely “Alishan Tea” or the “Champagne of Tea.”

    Alishan at the Alley in Makati City recently dwelled in their current space, and since then, people have been willingly lining up to cop the drinks that they offer. They currently offer take-out drinks only.

    How to get here

    • Alishan at the Alley is located on the ground floor of Eton Tower Makati along 128 Dela Rosa Street.
    • By car: Once the Ayala Museum is in sight along Makati Avenue, turn onto the stretch of Dela Rosa Street. Alishan at The Alley will be nearby on the right side after you pass V.A. Rufino Street.
    • By public transportation: From Greenbelt 1 along Legazpi Street, turn right to Paseo De Roxas then turn left to Dela Rosa Street,  and you can walk towards Alishan at The Alley which will be right after V.A. Rufino Street.

    Written by Shairah Nabong

    General Information

  • Eton Tower 1229, 128 Dela Rosa Street, Legazpi Village, Makati City
  • 02-971-2328
  • 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Mon. to Fri.) / 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Sat.) / 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Sun.)
  • Cash and GCash only
  • 31st corner 9th ave Ore Central Building BGC
  • G/F O Square 2 Greenhills, San Juan
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