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‘Möge Tee’ Now Open On East Calder Way

Möge Tee has expanded its franchise to downtown State College.

The bubble tea shop is located at 216 E. Calder Way and is serving customers from 11:30 a.m to 9 p.m. daily.

Möge Tee has a variety of menu items, ranging from fresh fruit tea to a “super parfait.” Prices range from $5.95 to $8.95 depending on the customer’s drink size and type.

Originally established in 2012 in mainland China, Möge Tee has expanded to 380 stores across China, North America, Australia, and Southeast Asia. The company uses the slogan, “Take a sip, make a wish.”

The shop has plans to expand across the United States, with 60+ locations currently in operation.

“We want our ‘New-Style Tea’ to break cultural boundaries and change perceptions about a beverage traditionally consumed by the older generation,” Möge Tee’s website states.

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