Malden, Mass., Dec. 17, 2014, — Mayor Gary Christenson recently welcomed Cha Shu Bubble Tea to 62 Summer Street with a ribbon cutting. Cha Shu serves coffee, bubble tea, light sandwiches and pastries and has a breakfast menu consisting of bagels, breakfast sandwiches, and French toast. Chinese baked specialty items such as buns and egg tarts are available on weekends.
Cha Shu employee Robert Joyce, Building Landlord Andreas Tsitos, Mayor Christenson, Cha Shu Owner Charles Yu and employee Abraham Alnodovar(Photos courtesy of Paul Hammersley).
Bubble tea, also known as pearl milk tea or boba milk tea, originates from Taiwan, where bubble tea was first introduced. It is a black/green tea based drink mixed with milk. The “bubbles” are chewy tapioca balls added as toppings to the drink.
All Cha Shu beverages are prepared with fresh honey and all tea ingredients and recipes originate from Taiwan. “Cha Shu” is name of a 400 year old Chinese tea book and describes best methods to pick tea leaves, brew and serve tea.
Cha Shu also provides free WIFI, board games and comfortable couches for customers. To learn more, please visit Cha Shut at 62 Summer Street, or call 781-480-4867. You may also visit www.facebook.com/ChaShuTea.