Bubble Tea Marries Tradition and Fun

MÖGE TEE Slated to Open Third Location in Hamlin.
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According to a representative for Hamlin Town Center, MÖGE TEE will be joining Ford’s Garage and Tijuana Flats when its third Central Florida location in a year opens in October 2021. Coining itself “The New-Style Tea,” MÖGE TEE will be located in the Publix plaza, north of McDonald’s on Hamlin Groves Trail.

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A bubble tea concept that takes its inspiration from traditional Chinese tea culture with a twist, the company offers tea brewed from high-quality loose tea leaves and organic milk, mixed with ingredients and toppings like fresh fruit and cheese foam (a cream cheese blend). MÖGE TEE forgoes the use of powders or syrups in their products for the freshest taste experience.

Menu items include handcrafted drinks like cheese foam tea, fruit tea, bubble milk tea, milk swirl and more, as well as dorayaki, a Japanese confection, souffle, and cream puffs. The business will also offer seasonal items such as Pumpkin Bubble Milk Tea made with fresh pumpkin.

According to previous media coverage, MÖGE TEE Franchise Owner Chris Liu spent his early years in Chengdu, China growing up around his family’s catering and restaurant businesses. Liu, along with his partner Paris, opened his first MÖGE TEE location on Sand Lake Road in Orlando.

With more than 380 stores internationally, MÖGE TEE has become one of the most well-known brands in the Chinese tea industry today.

Shanna Sloyer-Martin

Shanna Sloyer-Martin is a freelance writer in the Midwest with 20 years experience in magazine, newspaper, and digital marketing and blogging.

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