What Cha talking about?
The word ‘cha’ means ‘tea’. So technically ‘chatime’ could be loosely translated into ‘teatime’. But today, with over 1000 locations around the globe, Chatime™ means so much more than that.
Time for tea (knowledge)?
Tea has been around for hundreds of years and much-loved by many different cultures, but we all like to do something a little bit different with it.
The Brits like it in the afternoon to wash down a scone. The Chinese prefer a ceremony before each sip. The Indians like it spiced, the Turkish like it sweet, and the Tibetans like it brewed with salt and butter!
Henry Wang Yao-Hui, from Taiwan, liked it brewed with the freshest ingredients, packed full of flavour, and served over ice.
Just like the tea culture that inspired it, Chatime brings people together all around the globe
The new tea on the block!
In 2005, Henry founded the very first Chatime in Taiwan. With a commitment to quality ingredients and mix-ins and a flare for innovative flavour combinations, he set out to brew nothing but the very best iced teas.
Today, Chatime is the fastest growing iced tea franchise in Australia. We’ve set up close to 100 new Chatime T-Breweries, in just the last 9 years. And that means even more Australians get the chance to try our fabulous and flavoursome creations.