Loose Leaf: First Boba Shop Opening in Downtown Santa Ana – Donates Grand Opening Profits to Feeding America

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With quality and culture at its core, Loose Leaf Boba Company has arrived at the 4th Street Market. Visitors of the Santa Ana food hall can now experience fresh-pressed teas, premium matcha, Vietnamese coffee, and more. Founder Thomas Liu hopes that Loose Leaf Boba Company will provide the community with culturally unique drinks that feature nothing but the best ingredients. He and his team always avoid artificial powders, colorings, and syrups, and take pride in producing many of their key ingredients in-house. Loose Leaf Boba Company at 4th Street Market is currently in their soft opening phase, serving Strawberry Matcha Lattes, Hong Kong Milk Tea, and so much more daily from 12 pm – 8 pm.

On Saturday, September 12, 2020 Loose Leaf Boba Company will host their official Grand Opening. To kick things off, there will be a traditional Chinese Lion Dance to bless the new location; guests may enjoy this performance on 4SM’s brand new front patio at 12 PM. In addition, the first 100 People to visit will receive one (1) FREE Original Milk Tea OR Thai Tea with Boba, OR 1/2 OFF any other drink. The following 50 guests in attendance will receive 1/2 OFF any drink, and there will be an ongoing discount of 15% OFF all beverages for the rest of the day! Best of all, all profits made during Loose Leaf Boba Company’s Grand Opening will go towards Feeding America.

“I want to use our drinks to build bridges across all cultures, and share a piece of my personal upbringing to the people of Santa Ana. There’s been this divide and lack of tolerance between people of different backgrounds recently; we want to do our part to drive for cultural understanding through our products and create a place of business that will bring people together. With that in mind, we feel it is our duty to help people in our community when times get tough, which is why we chose to donate 100% of our Grand Opening profits to Feeding America. We realize a lot of families are out of work due to the pandemic, and we feel that this organization can be more effective in helping feed people who need it in so many communities like ours.”  – Founder Thomas Liu

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