Handcrafted Organic Milk Tea

Find us every Saturday at the Waco Downtown Farmers Market 9 am to 1 pm.

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Our Mission:

To bridge cultures and create communities through premium handcrated tea beverages

Waco Cha

classic black tea with organic milk and honey
classico té negro con miel
有機珍珠奶茶

Wacoco

coconut black tea with almond milk and honey
Tea negro de coco con leche de almendras Y miel
有機椰子味珍珠奶茶

Milky Way

traditional thai milk tea with honey
Tea negro traditional de Thailandia
泰式珍珠奶茶

Bee-U

green tea with honey, passion fruit, or peach
Tea verde, organico con un toco de miel, maracuya, y durazno.
茉香果茶:带有茉莉花茶香气, 三種口味選一, 蜂蜜, 百香果, 和桃子

Agua de Jamaica

traditional mexican hibiscus tea with honey, cinnamon & ginger
té tradicional de hibisco con miel, canela y jengibre

洛神花茶

 

16oz
$4.50

20oz
$5.50

boba/coco jelly add-on
$0.50

Our Story

Waco Cha was inspired by husband and wife team - Devin Li and Jaja Chen - after a season of learning to cook and build community through food and tea. As Asian Americans with immigrant backgrounds, Devin and Jaja found that they had difficulties finding the food and drinks they grew up loving in Central Texas. In addition, community and finding a place to belong was a challenge.

Devin and Jaja found that cooking, food, tea and hospitality was not only a hobby, but also a way to bridge cultures and create community.

With their passions for authentic Chinese and Taiwanese food and beverages, Devin and Jaja dreamed of Waco Cha* in 2017 and submitted an application to the Waco Downtown Farmer’s Market. After over a year of waiting, Waco Cha was accepted into the Farmer’s Market and eventually launched on Saturday, June 16, 2018.

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Dumplings

Waco Cha plans to eventually launch to a mobile tea truck summer 2019. A sister company, Waco Bao - with a  Chinese & Taiwanese-inspired food menu- is pending and currently offers Waco Bao Dumpling Night workshops. Be on the lookout for what is next for Waco Cha at the Farmer's Market and beyond!

 

** 茶 (chá) - “Cha” is the Chinese word for tea (in which the Chinese character is in the logo). More about Waco Cha’s history can be read on Act Locally Waco: http://www.actlocallywaco.org/2018/06/11/downtown-dwellers-waco-cha-launch/

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