關於好茶 │ About Hao Cha

HaoCha is part of a new wave of Taiwanese brands. During travels through Japan, the founder enjoyed local delicacies but found it lacking due to the inability to find a good tea shop. This inspired them to share good tea with the world.

Bubble tea is the representative of street food culture in Taiwan. The brand aims to lower the drinking age of tea and deepen people’s understanding in addition to preserving the essence of tea by combining traditional brewing methods with a variety of ingredients that emphasize the unique aromas of each tea. Each process, from sourcing to manufacturing is strictly monitored in order to produce unique teas that suitably interpret the soul of Taiwanese bubble tea that can captivate the world.

In the modern industrial-styled cargo container, the charismatic French bulldog logo in pastel tones, and cartoon wall creates a comfortable and harmonious space for healing, just like a cup of good tea that sparks joy.

Handmade Brown Sugar Tapioca Balls 手工黑糖珍珠

Tapioca milk tea, also known as bubble tea originated from Taiwan At first, “tapioca” was called “fenyuen” in Taiwan Fenyuen were a popular street food dessert during the early periods of Taiwan. It was rumored that even Cixi Empress of the Qing Dynasty was enamored by the treat when she received some for her birthday.
The main ingredient of tapioca (fenyuen) is tapioca flour. Chewy and delicious tapioca usually need to be soaked for half an hour in sugar water for the sweet taste of satisfaction. A cup of highly addictive bubble tea requires (1) time, (2) someone to cook tapioca, and (3) ingredients. These 3 main elements will determine whether your finished product is delicious based on the quality of ingredients, the cooking process, and whether the chef is cooking with heart.
The biggest key for tapioca pearls is their lifespan of 4 to 5 hours. After 5 hours, the pearls [lack soul] so in order for every customer to taste delicious, energy-filled tapioca, Good Tea insists on serving each ingredient at their optimal status. The quality of every ingredient is monitored every step of the way for the sole purpose of producing a cup of lively tea that can spark joy.

Select Taiwanese Tea 嚴選台灣茶葉

The unique tea culture of Taiwan is based on its location between tropical and subtropical regions, resulting in an island climate that is affected by seasonal winds, warm, and provides lots of rainfall. The result is areas optimal for growing tea dispersed across the various mountains of Taiwan, ranging from hilly terrain at a few hundred meters to high mountains at twenty-six hundred meters.
The long and storied culture of tea is the pride of the Chinese. The cumulative years of history has resulted in the evolution of 6 major tea categories; of these, alpine oolong tea is the pride of Taiwan while the most popularized is black tea.
Tea is manufactured using different processes to create an assortment of tea leaves. Types categorized by drying method and color include green (green tea), yellow (yellow tea), white (white tea), amber (amber teas primarily consist of pouching and oolong tea), red (black tea), and black (black teas, represented by pu’er tea). Out of the 6 categories, black tea, green tea, and amber tea (oolong) rely on a foundation of select tea leaves combined with various ingredients to produce desirable teas.

Traditionally Cooked Brown Sugar 古法熬煮黑糖

White sugar cane is best planted in uncontaminated environments at high altitude to guarantee the production of high quality, aromatic brown sugar. White sugar cane is planted in mountains through natural farming and once grown, they’re harvested manually, peeled, then squeezed to prevent damaging its natural nutrients and preserving the natural sweetness of sugar cane. Once sugar cane is picked and squeezed, the juice is immediately cooked in a pot using fires built from the wood of longan trees. Layers of debris must be skimmed throughout the cooking process before a rich sweetness emerges from the pot. The all-natural handmade process avoids additives such as lime, allowing the sugar cane juice to solidify just as in century old traditional methods. The result is brown sugar that best expresses the traditional, authentic flavors of Taiwan.

〒106-0047東京都港区南麻布5-15-22 Hiroo Box Park102 (広尾駅 1番出口 徒歩1分)
〒106-0047Tokyo Minato-Ku, Minamiazabu, Hiroo Box Park 102 Subway Station: Hiroo station exit No.1 (1 min walking distance)
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3 Chome-10-6 Shibasakicho, Tachikawa, Tokyo 190-0023日本
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汕头市高新区东厦花园5幢113、213房
Room 113, 213, Building 5, Dongxia Garden, High-tech Zone, Shantou City
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No. 1-2, Building 3, Yingyi Garden, Yingbin Road, Haimen Town, Chaoyang District, Shantou City
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