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In 2004, the founder of the Ding Tea beverage franchise, Mr. Xu Wei-xiang felt that despite the large number of franchises on the beverage market, their quality was nevertheless inconsistent. Persisting in the belief of offering consumers newer, better beverage quality and to establish an ideal beverage franchise brand, he decided to create the Ding Tea beverage franchise. The goal was to promote a new philosophy for tea drinking, introduce a new trend for beverages and a new energy to the franchising system. Through price advantages, high quality, small profit and quick return concepts, he intends to change the conventional perception that quality tea comes at a price, so that more people will be able to become familiar with Taiwan’s tea beverage culture through the franchise. (
Taiwanese Bubble Tea House. High quality boba tea, milk tea and fruit juice made fresh to order. (Source: www.visitnewportbeach.com)
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)When Ding Tea opened on University Avenue in July, ecstatic boba fans across Riverside suddenly left their Boba Tea House and Boba Fiend drinks behind and headed straight for the highly esteemed new competitor. Ding Tea in Riverside is located in a desolate, largely unoccupied building, but the unsightly exterior didn’t seem to interfere with the shop’s crowded grand opening, which reached out the door. Those who had already been enchanted by the taste of Ding Tea, a renowned global chain, knew that the thirty-plus-minute wait would be fully worth it.
Size: Regular (500cc/16oz.), Large Upgrade (700cc/24oz.)(+ $0.55). Sugar Level: Normal Sugar (100%), Less Sugar (70%), Half Sugar (50%), Slight Sugar (30%), No Sugar (0%), Extra Sweet. Ice Level: Normal Ice (100%), Less Ice (70%), Half Ice (50%), Slight Ice (30%), No Ice (0%), Extra Ice, Hot
Dong Ding (Chinese: å‡é ‚; pinyin: Dòng DÇng; pronounced [tÊŠÌ‚Å‹.tiÌ€Å‹]), also spelled Tung-ting, is an oolong tea from Taiwan. A translation of Dong Ding is "Frozen Summit" or "Icy Peak", and is the name of the mountain in Taiwan where the tea is cultivated. Those plants were brought to Taiwan from the Wuyi Mountains in China's Fujian Province about 150 years ago.