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Sweet and Sustainable: Army Navy’s LiberTea Milk Teas are served in reusable mason jars

Sweet and Sustainable: Army Navy’s LiberTea Milk Teas are served in reusable mason jars

While known for its burgers and burritos, Army Navy’s LiberTea iced tea has also made a name for itself for being a classic and refreshing drink that goes with everything on the menu. However, Filipinos are also milk tea lovers, as proven by the long lines at milk tea shops and the milk tea options proliferating food delivery apps, so Army Navy took notice of the milk tea craze and recently launched the LiberTea Milk Tea line.

Just like their iced tea, all of the milk tea options are served in reusable glass mason jars in an effort to reduce their plastic waste. The jars are compact and cute so you can either reuse them as a drinking glass or even as a plant pot!

The LiberTea Milk Tea line consists of flavors old and new. You have classic options like the Wintermelon (140), Okinawa (140), and Hokkaido (140), and dessert-inspired flavors like Salted Caramel (140), Ube Cheesecake (160), and Avocado Creamcheese (170) to name a few. 

There are 15 new creamy and sugary options to look out for and all of them look so good!

Because of Army Navy’s milk tea line, we finally have a plastic-free option for milk tea deliveries!

The LiberTea Milk Teas can be ordered exclusively via GrabFood and foodpanda. Only a select few Army Navy stores are offering them so your delivery location needs to be near the following: Jupiter (Makati), Bicutan, Shaw, Araneta (Cubao), McKinley Hill, Dewey (Roxas Blvd.), Visayas Avenue, Emerald, Hampton, Cainta (Ortigas Extn.), La Salle Taft, La Salle Dasmarinas, Eastwood, Commerce, Net Quad, Valero, Waltermart Makati, Tomas Morato, BGC, Scape, SM Clark and Two E-com.

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Worry not for those living in areas far from the stores mentioned above because Army Navy is looking to expand soon!

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