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By Yannie Chan | October 30th, 2021

Very sad news for tea and sweets lovers today: teakha will be closing its doors permanently on December 31, 2021. This year is the beloved cafe’s 10th anniversary, and the cafe will be organizing two months of commemorative events before closing for good.

Look forward to calligraphy workshops, tea leaf reading, walking tours, Christmas markets and tote-bag workshops. For a full list of events, go to www.teakha.com/events.

Ever since it opened ten years ago, teakha has been delighting Hongkongers with its homemade tea-themed menu and picturesque interiors, providing a space for community and fostering the “lost art of talking to our neighbours.”

They will also be serving their most popular menu items over the next two months, giving customers one last chance to enjoy their teakha favourites before the café closes its doors for good.

teakha’s famous Masala Chai

Must-try teakha classics include: Pineapple Bun Sandwich, Thai Sausage and Kimchi Quiche, Fig and Ricotta Pancakes with Walnuts, Basque Burnt Cheesecake with Spiced Figs, Gingerbread Scones and more. Not to mention the brews: Masala Chai, Chai Spiced Hot Chocolate, Hojicha Au Lait, Mulled Roselle Tisane, Sea Salt Yin Yang, Caramelised Lemon Tea, and Keemun Milk Tea with Red Date Honey.

teakha’s beloved Gingerbread Orange Pancakes are making a comeback this winter.

But it’s not the end of the tea journey for teakha’s founder Nana Chan, who will focus on growing sister brand Plantation. The premium tea brand offers whole-leaf tea leaves sourced straight from farmers, and has a teahouse where you can enjoy tea on your own or book a tea tasting.

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