Serenitea Tea Confections!

I first encountered these Serenitea treats (specifically the chocolate bars, candies, and tea bags) last Christmas, given to me by Serenitea as a gift. At the time, they were simply an impressive and superbly customized Christmas gift. I posted on Instagram and a lot of people who saw them wanted to try / buy them!

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsGood news, they are now available for everyone’s enjoyment!

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsLet’s start with the Serenitea Chocolate Bars. These tea-infused chocolate bars are made in partnership with artisan chocolate maker Theo and Philo. There are four flavors: Matcha Marble (P150), Milk Chocolate with Assam (P135), Hokkaido Milk Chocolate (P135), and White Chocolate with Taro (P150).

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsSerenitea Chocolate Matcha Marble (P150)

This is probably my favorite variant. I love the deep, rich, and slightly bitter green tea taste mixed with chocolate. I had to control myself so I wouldn’t eat the entire bar in one sitting lol.

Serenitea Tea Confections Serenitea Chocolate White Chocolate with Taro (P150)

My son loves this one. If you’ve been drinking Taro Milk Tea, that’s kind of how it tastes like except with a white chocolate base.
Serenitea Tea ConfectionsSerenitea Chocolate Milk Chocolate with Assam (P135) and
Serenitea Chocolate Hokkaido Milk Chocolate (P135)

The last two variants are brown in color, much like your regular chocolate bar. The Assam bar is on the dark and bitter-ish side, while the Hokkaido Milk Chocolate tastes a lot like Serenitea’s Hokkaido Milk Tea.

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsSerenitea Salted Caramel Matcha Jam (P180) and
Serenitea Strawberry Rose Black Tea Jam (P180)

Now these are new to me — Serenitea Tea Jams! Like the name suggests, they are sweet tea-based spreads you can use on bread, fruit, and a whole lot more. For now, Serenitea Tea Jams come in 2 flavors: Salted Caramel Matcha and Strawberry Rose Black Tea.

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsSerenitea Salted Caramel Matcha Jam (P180)

I think I can even use this with ice cream and/or yogurt. Wow, this really tastes like salted caramel. Can’t wait to spread it all over everything — bananas, apples, bread, ice cream, yogurt, pancakes…

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsSerenitea Strawberry Rose Black Tea Jam (P180)

This is basically strawberry jam. I found it sweeter than the Salted Caramel Matcha Jam. Let’s see how it goes with buttered toast come breakfast time. 😀

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsSerenitea Hokkaido & Okinawa Candy Bits (P110)

Made in partnership with Made In Candy, we finished two small jars of this pretty quickly last December. We were so amazed at how these tiny candies tasted EXACTLY like Serenitea’s Hokkaido Milk Tea and Okinawa Milk Tea. I’ve always been an Okinawa Milk Tea person and so it was my preferred variant. I’ve never cared for Hokkaido Milk Tea and that extends to the candy version lol. I wish they’d make a 100% Okinawa jar. I’d be the first in line.

Serenitea Tea Confections Serenitea Hokkaido & Okinawa Candy Bits (P110)

Last December the Hokkaido and Okinawa bits looked exactly alike. Now you can tell which is which. The lighter golden-toned ones are the Okinawa bits. The darker brown bits are Hokkaido.

Serenitea Tea ConfectionsSerenitea Tea Bags: Gyokuro Genmaicha (left) and White Peach Oolong (right)

Now you can actually have Serenitea tea at home! Serenitea Tea Bags cost P185 per pack and one pack can make way over a dozen servings of tea. These come in 5 flavors: Roasted Tea, White Peach Oolong Tea, Peppermint Tea, Gyokuro Genmaicha, and Blueberry Tea.

I swear, love how Serenitea continues to innovate with exciting offerings! Now we can all take home the Serenitea experience with these lovely tea-infused confections. These make great gifts too! 😀

I’m not sure which Serenitea branches carry these items (I’m guessing their pioneer store in San Juan City does), but just to be sure log on to the official Serenitea website for a complete listing so you can call and ask.

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