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Melbourne’s Milksha tea moves interstate

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Melbourne-headquartered bubble-tea brand Milksha is launching its first store outside Victoria on April 7 – in Brisbane.

Milksha’s point of difference is using fresh milk from dairy farmers across Queensland and Victoria and avoids preservatives or artificial flavours and colours.

The brand claims that it sold over 1000 cups a day in its two week grand opening period in Melbourne.

The menu includes fruit teas, yoghurt drinks, milk teas made from high-quality loose tea leaf tea harvested and imported from Taiwan and Sri Lanka.

Milksha is the Australian arm of Milkshop, which has over 240 outlets across Taiwan, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Macau. 

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