Gotcha Fresh Tea is set to launch their fifth store at 59 Elizabeth Street on 29 January.
Gotcha Fresh Tea currently has four Australian stores across Melbourne in Keysborough, Glen Waverley, Springvale and Elizabeth Street with another fifteen stores to open this year. Gotcha Fresh Tea is taking their business interstate with plans to launch venues in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney.
Freshly brewed and made for each individual order, the Gotcha Fresh Tea is farmed and picked from the company’s own tea plantation in Mount Ali, Taiwan.
To ensure the quality of their raw tea materials, the Gotcha Fresh Tea products use natural tea leaves with no additives and no alcohol. The brand offers a selection of handcrafted teas, collagen teas, milk teas, teas with milk foam, macchiato, lattes, fruit teas, luxury teas, smoothies and health milk tea.
To make their tea, Gotcha employs a centrifugal force machine that froths the tea up into an antioxidant-rich foam.
“We believe Gotcha Fresh Tea is unlike anything else in the market, as we farm the tea from our very own plantation and have the utmost respect for our customers, and therefore the products and ingredients we offer. With another ten stores in the pipeline for 2019 including expansion into the Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide markets, we are ready to make our mark on the Australian market,” says Orlando Sanpo, Business Development Manager of EFC Group Australia, which owns Gotcha Fresh Tea as well as Da Long Yi Hot Pot and Ji Yu Thai Hot Pot