February 2, 2014

Jelly Citea in Davao - Visit cities all around the world with just a cup!!


Jelly Citea

Now what's this new buzz in Davao city that you can travel to different cities all around the world with just a cup of jelly tea? If that's the case, I would definitely want a cup!

Jelly Citea

Jelly Citea is already serving in Davao city. The question is, are you ready to travel to Paris, Tokyo and New York?

Jelly Citea Davao

Jelly Citea is a fun, new and exciting way of enjoying jelly with tea, coffee, milk and other mouth watering and healthy recipes. Freshly brewed tea leaves from Taiwan and carefully picked flavorings and ingredients that are all 100% natural and healthy.

It was started in Manila last December 2010 and has flourished all over the Phils, with branches in Cabanatuan, Cebu, Zamboanga and GenSan, to name a few.

Jelly Citea Davao Counter

Thanks to a young davaoenya entrepreneur, the Jelly Citea franchise has finally reached Davao. Jelly Citea is very accessible and it is open from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 10pm. The place comes with a very cozy atmosphere making it such a great place to chill out. You can also avail the LOYALTEA cards, wherein you will get freebies every 5th, 10th and 15th cup. Now that's a treat!

The drinks are also very affordable! Prices range from 50-90 pesos. The interesting concept about Jelly Citea is that from the word citeas -- you can visit all around the world for a very reasonable price! The must tries are the citea creamy specials, such as Paris, Tokyo and New York.


Chill out places are never complete without the comments of satisfied customers. This may be what I really like most about the shop. It is such a great place to spend time with friends and to just relax and unwind. Let's zoom in into some  of these posts.

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Jelly Citea Davao

Whoah! Now how to get there? The first branch in Davao is located at Fuente Juan Luna Complex at Juan Luna street, near Ateneo de Davao University in Jacinto and Boyztrek. Check out the green mark on the map for details.

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