The Milk Tea Company Outgrows Its Boba Tea Parking Lot Stand, Is Opening a Brick-and-Mortar

Leo Kwan has found a permanent home for his San Gabriel tea tour in the former Dingle Berries Coffee & Tea space in Rosemead.
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The Milk Tea Company delivers its milk tea all over the San Gabriel Valley, stopping in parking lots to serve traffic in cars and on foot — but now they’ve landed their first brick-and-mortar location at 9711 Valley Blvd in Rosemead. Where the tongue-in-cheek Dingle Berries Coffee & Tea used to stand, Leo Kwan’s more humble tea shop is moving in, he confirmed with What Now Los Angeles (WNLA) Friday.

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The Milk Tea Company has made frequent appearances at the 626 Night Market over the last few years serving its two biggest special teas: Iced Hong Kong Style Milk Tea, which consists of highly-caffeinated black tea and evaporated milk; and Iced Strawberry Lemon Tea. 

When Kwan is not attending events and food festivals, he’s usually found setting up shop right next to A Plus Tea House, where The Milk Tea Company’s stand gets a lot of foot traffic. Kwan’s tea company’s permanent 794 square-foot space will undergo a quick renovation ahead of opening later this year.

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