“We’re excited to be in Costa Mesa. Our drinks will blend well with the local culture. Plus, we are fully supportive of raising the California minimum wage to help balance the economy and improve the quality of life for so many,” said Ted Vu, Co-Owner of Tastea.
Tastea is using the opening of its Costa Mesa store to also implement major changes within the company. Tastea is launching a recycling program and the introduction of organic teas at the same time. The company’s entire platform in business is to promote honesty, quality products, and to serve a product that its staff can also afford to drink.
“I can promise every single person who hasn’t had a sip of Tastea’s amazing, often fun, drinks that their minds will be blown. We come up with exotic concoctions that are delicious and often described as crack in a cup. Plus, our service is amazing,” finished Vu.
Tastea is inviting members of the press and VIP friends to stop in to their Baker Street location this Friday to have a handcrafted beverage of their choice, in the largest size available, served to them at no charge. The same offer will be extended to the public on Saturday, May 24th.
Members of the press may request to personally meet with Ted Vu for an earlier, private tour of the new location. Ted Vu is also willing to talk about the company’s decision to open the Costa Mesa store and employ more people during a controversial minimum wage hike.
Members of the media should send story requests to Helene Vece at HVece@HireAProWriter.com in advance or they may ask for Ted Vu when at the store’s location during normal operating hours. http://www.tastea.net
About: Tastea is known for flavored iced teas and smoothies, including "Peach Me Sweetea," which is made with peach and strawberry tea, "Ooh La La," a coconut and pineapple smoothie with strawberries, and taro milk tea, a type of boba tea. The store plans to sell a variety of international foods and desserts as well.