NaiCha Opens at Banawe

NaiCha Opens at Banawe

NaiCha Opens at Banawe

Thanks to Marjorie @ Living Marjorey, I was able to join the Grand Opening of Naicha’s Banawe branch.

When we arrived at the venue, the blessing was already ongoing so we quietly joined in. After the blessing, the mascot (Bao Bao) showed up and we proceeded outside for the official ribbon cutting. It was lead by Baobao and the CEO, Ms. Josephine Chua.

NaiCha Banawe Branch Ribbon Cutting

After the ribbon cutting, we went inside and we were given samples to try out. We tried their best sellers; Wintermelon NaiCha and Green Apple Juice and had nachos and tofu to go with it. My food blog won’t be happy to know that I’m saying this now but it was delicious and even with just a small sample, you would understand why it was their best sellers.

NaiCha Happy Baobao

After finishing my order, I looked like Baobao here with a silly smile on my face (I dare not show it lol) as the tea was really refreshing and delicious!

What is NaiCha?

NaiCha is a relatively new player in the milk tea market as it started out in Subic Freeport and upon the request of its loyal patrons, it opened its first Manila branch last October 2011. Their prices are relatively lower than the other competitors (around ~PHP20 lower) and their slogan is “Tea never tasted this good”.

NaiCha Serving Sizes

Their milk tea comes in four sizes (12 oz, 16 oz, 26oz and Bao-bao size! 32 oz). The Baobao looks like a bucket and it’s for sharing or for one really thirsty person. We even joked around on having a BaoBao challenge but it might be a reality soon.

So how would it compare to the other Milk Tea shops out there? For the review and other information, please head out to my food blog to know more.


NaiCha is open for Franchising.

I will need to get more details on this but with the taste of their tea and low franchise fee (around 300-400k), they would be a good investment.

Till next time,



Store C #690 Antonia Mansion, Banawe St., QC.

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