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Eating Out - March 23, 2018

Tea culture

Redwood City cafe serves tea drinks inspired by cocktails

by Christine Lee

Growing up in the Philippines, Mercedes Mapua said she developed a strong affinity for grab-and-go bubble tea shops like Quickly, a massive chain inspired by Taiwanese boba cafes. But when she moved to the United States, she became enamored by craft cocktails. It occurred to her that the two worlds could be combined in a cafe that would serve artisan, non-alcoholic tea drinks.

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Email Christine Lee at clee@paweekly.com


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