Tealive brews its way into Kidzania Kuala Lumpur
13.01.2020 by LadyAlly
If you know bubble tea, you would know Tealive. Now, this favourite bubble tea brand has officially landed on the steps of KidZania Kuala Lumpur as its newest industry partner.
To formalise the partnership, Bryan Loo, CEO of Loob Holding Sdn Bhd, was presented with the ‘Key to the City’, a symbolic honour traditionally bestowed upon esteemed individuals by KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s very own mayor, Shahrul Nizar Ahmad.
The new Tealive cafe at KidZania is aimed at promoting experiential learning and diverting children’s attention away from screens, giving them an insight on the ins and outs of being a Junior Tearista through hands-on experience. Some of the activities you can look forward to at the Tealive cafe establishment include how to brew Tealive’s signature handcrafted teas – the Original Pearl Milk Tea, and Mango Juice with Pearls; learning how to work the machinery and tools; manage a store; as well as handling customer service.
The ingredients involved in making the milk tea and pearls are freshly-brewed tea and tapioca starch. All drinks prepared in the establishment are also capped at only half-sugar level.
“Actually, there is more than just learning a new skill here. This process will boost each child’s confidence that they, too, can do something productive – independently on their own rather than depending on others. Thus, in this context, making your own cup of Tealive pearl milk tea will carry a lot more weight and significance than meets the eye. Parents will appreciate this character-building and confidence-boosting exercise. Imagine what a milestone it will be for a young boy or girls to make a drink and serve it to customers instead of always being served by others,” Bryan Loo said.
Oh, nice. I wonder when will Tealive brews its way into one of the badminton halls in Klang Valley?