How did Chatime start?

How did Chatime start?

In 2005, Henry Wang Yao-Hui founded the very first Chatime in Taiwan, with a commitment to quality ingredients and mix-ins and a flare for innovative flavour combinations, he set out to brew nothing but the very best iced teas. Today, Chatime is the fastest growing iced tea franchise in Australia.

Why is it called Chatime?

The word “Cha” means “Tea” in oriental countries; so “Chatime” means it is time for tea. We hope to bring the finest teas from Taiwan, and create unique flavors with various teas to the world.

Who is Chatime owned by?

La Kaffa International
Chatime’s major shareholder is the listed Taiwan-based La Kaffa International, which holds 55 per cent of the Australian franchisor. The international powerhouse has more than 700 outlets in 38 countries and its senior executives had jetted into Sydney earlier that day along with a handful of international media.

What is Chatime made of?

You can choose to have the standard recipe,70% sugar, half sugar, 30% sugar or no sugar. What sugar is used in Chatime drinks? Our flavour syrups are derived from fruits and naturally contain fruit sugars.

Why is Chatime so popular?

Inspired by the Taiwanese obsession with bubble tea, local company, Chatime, recently opened its 100th outlet, and has led the way in bringing a distinctively Asian beverage to Australian consumers. Bubble tea is generally made using iced tea and milk combined with small balls of tapioca, called pearls.

How long has Chatime been in business?

About Chatime Chatime is a Taiwanese franchise founded in 2005 with over 1000 retail outlets across countries like Taiwan, Malaysia, China, India, Macau, Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Korea, Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, Dubai, Vietnam, Canada, UK, Mexico and the United States.

Who is Bryan Loo?

Bryan Loo, the award-winning entrepreneur best known for making Tealive the top lifestyle tea brand in South-east Asia, wants to bring joy to people’s lives through tea, modernise tea-drinking culture and make it the “New Coffee”.

Do you get a free chatime on your birthday?

One of the best things about being a member of our Loyal-Tea is that we offer you a FREE drink for your birthday, so you can celebrate yours in the tastiest way possible! You can pick yours up from any T-Brewery, at any point during your birthday month.

Why is chatime so popular?

Is bubble tea a food trend?

It is simple enough: milk, tea, and an assortment of toppings like tapioca pearls or boba. But in recent years, owing to the continuing trend of consumers seeking new and interesting food experiences, bubble tea has caught on. “The bubble tea scene is growing exponentially in both Australia and internationally.

Is chatime franchise profitable?

“The business model is based on franchisees growing sales, not profit, with head office taking a 6 per cent royalty from every sale as Australians slurp on a growing variety of bubble tea.