Kung Fu Tea Prices

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Tea is among the top three most consumed beverages in the world for many reasons. For one thing, it’s rich with antioxidants that fight free radicals and, thus, delay the signs of aging and decrease the risk of chronic degenerative diseases. For another thing, it’s a relaxing and soothing beverage with mild stimulant effect, thus, its popularity among the young and old.

Of course, tea is the core of the Kung Fu Tea’s menu. The beverage is the main ingredient for the smoothies, milk teas, and slushes as well as the classic brewed teas for which the chain is known for. But these tea-based beverages aren’t cloying to the palate because of the complex layers of flavors in each sip.

Below are the latest Kung Fu Tea menu prices.

ItemPrice

Milk Tea

Hot Kung Fu Milk Tea$4.50
Kung Fu Milk Green Tea$4.06
Milk Green Tea$3.87
KF Oolong Milk Tea$4.09
Kung Fu Milk Tea$4.11
Oolong Milk Tea$3.96
Thai Milk Tea$4.19
Coffee Milk Tea$4.14
Almond Milk Tea$4.19
Coconut Milk Tea$4.30
Honey Milk Tea$4.15
Honey Milk Green Tea$4.26
Honey Oolong Milk Tea$4.15
Taro Milk Tea$4.25
Taro Milk Green Tea$4.27
Winter Melon Milk Green Tea$4.27
Rosehip Milk Tea$4.37

Slush

Passion Fruit Slush$5.01
Matcha Red Bean Slush$4.97
Red Bean$4.90
Italian Mocha$4.70
Mung Bean$6.91
Mung Bean Slush$4.67
Strawberry Milk Slush$4.96
Taro Slush$5.02
Matcha Red Bean$4.76
Red Bean Slush$4.93
Mango Slush$4.98
Mango Snow$5.02
Strawberry Milk$4.79
Mango Snow Slush$4.90
Pineapple$4.75
Oreo Slush$5.14
Pina Colada$4.78
Passion Fruit$4.75
Pineapple Slush$5.01
Pina Colada Slush$4.99
Coffee$4.69
Coffee Slush$5.06
Italian Mocha Slush$5.06
Caramel Macchiato Slush$5.03
Kiwi Apple Kale Slush$5.82

Whats New

Grape Cream$6.64
Strawberry Cream$6.71

Classic

Kung Fu Black Tea$3.41
Kung Fu Green Tea$3.42
Kung Fu Oolong Tea$3.39
KF Honey Tea$3.08
Kung Fu Honey Tea$3.40
Winter Melon Tea$3.39
Winter Melon Green Tea$3.63
Honey Black Tea$3.64
Honey Green Tea$3.67
Hot Honey Oolong Tea$4.44
Honey Oolong Tea$3.69
Longan Jujube Tea$3.64
Kung Fu Pomelo Tea$3.48

Punch

Honey Lemonade Punch$3.93
Lemon Black Tea$3.48
Rosehip Lemonade$4.39
Lemon Green Tea$3.51
Strawberry Lemon Green Tea$4.27
Passion Fruit Green Tea$4.26
Peach Oolong Tea$4.24
Strawberry Lemonade$4.30
Lychee Punch$4.23
Lychee Black Tea$4.43
Veryberry Green Tea$3.86
Honey Lemonade$3.72
Grapefruit Green Tea$4.21
Mango Green Tea$4.25
Orange Green Tea$4.22
Sunshine Pineapple Tea$4.24

Milk Cap

Winter Melon Tea Cap$4.52
Black Tea Cap$4.32
Green Tea Cap$4.52
Honey Tea Cap$4.79
Oolong Tea Cap$4.28
Jujube Tea Milk Cap$4.93
Sunshine Pineapple Tea Cap$5.33
Matcha Milk Cap$5.92
Cocoa Cream Wow Milk Cap$5.95

Wow Milk

Featuring housemade bubbles and Lactaid.
Herbal Jelly$4.55

Seasonal Special

Taro Milk$5.14
Pumpkin Oolong Milk Tea$4.17
Hot Brown Sugar Ginger$4.95
Brown Sugar Ginger$4.46

Yogurt

Yogurt Green Tea$4.47
Yogurt Grapefruit$4.87
Yogurt Orange$4.90
Yogurt Lemonade$4.73

Espresso

Hot Signature Coffee$3.01
Signature Coffee$3.19
Hot Latte$3.49
Latte$3.66
Hot Mocha$3.49
Mocha$3.65
Cappuccino$3.65
Hot Caramel Macchiato$3.49
Caramel Macchiato$4.03

Milk Strike

Chai Milk$4.65
Winter Melon Milk$4.45
Sesame Matcha$4.97
Wow Milk$4.82
Ginger Milk$5.10
Oreo Wow Milk$4.73
Cocoa Cream Wow$4.99
Red Bean Wow Milk$4.67
Matcha Milk$4.66
Herbal Jelly Wow Milk$4.68

Popular Items

Taro$4.82
Mango$4.73

Hot Milk Tea

Hot Coffee Milk Tea$4.84
Hot Almond Milk Tea$4.92
Hot Coconut Milk Tea$4.92
Hot Honey Milk Tea$4.87
Hot Honey Milk Green Tea$5.10
Hot Honey Oolong Milk Tea$4.92
Hot Taro Milk Tea$4.92
Hot Taro Milk Green Tea$4.88
Hot Winter Melon Milk Green Tea$4.89

Hot Espresso

Hot Cappuccino$3.51
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History

The first Kung Fu Tea location was opened in 2010 in New York City. Such was its relative success that the chain now has more than 130 stores across the United States, as well as in Canada, Australia and Vietnam.

What They’re Famous For

Kung Fu Tea is among the most popular brands of tea-based beverages in the United States. The chain is known for its Boba or Bubble Tea, as well as for its wide selection of smoothies, milk teas, punches, slushes, and classic brewed teas. The menu even includes milk caps and coffee beverages so customers always have a choice.

Every drink is made to order thus ensuring that these are fresh in quality. New batches of bubbles or boba are cooked every two hours while the the teas are freshly brewed every three hours.  The menu also features innovative drinks that loyal customers should be on the lookout for, especially during the holidays.

Why Eat Here

Many, if not most, of the Kung Fu Tea locations are in high-traffic areas so finding one shouldn’t be an issue. Outdoor seating and parking for vehicles and bikes may be available depending on the location, although wheelchair accessibility isn’t an issue.  The storefronts are popular hangouts for students and young professionals because of the casual ambiance, free Wi-Fi connection, and low noise level – in other words, it’s a good place for out-of-office work.

The interiors are decorated with a kung fu theme but it isn’t as tacky as it sounds, especially when you’re into oriental-inspired décor with a contemporary touch. The large flat screen televisions also show kung fu movies as an added entertainment for the diners, in case Internet browsing isn’t on the agenda.

The menu is truly impressive for tea lovers! There are all kinds of tea-based beverages that will satisfy every preference, from classic brewed black, green, and oolong teas to flavored teas like winter melon, pomelo, and longan jujube. We like the milk tea varieties, such as the milk green tea, taro milk tea, and honey milk tea, because of their perfect balance between the creaminess of the milk and the sweetness of the tea.

Every diner can also customize the sweetness level of his or her tea-based beverage. You can choose a low-sugar drink if you’re watching your sugar intake or you can order the full option to satisfy your sweet tooth. Whatever you choose, your drink will be tasty to the last drop and worth the money spent on it.

Since the teas are freshly brewed, the resulting drinks have a fresh taste to them in comparison with beverages made from stale teas, as is the case for many of Kung Fu Tea’s competitors. The boba is also freshly made so these aren’t too hard or too soft, just perfectly chewy.

The chain is also conscious of the food allergies of many of its target customers so the restaurants only use lactose-free milk and non-dairy creamer. This is good news for people who are lactose-intolerant or who don’t like the taste of regular milk.

There are also seasonal drinks and special drinks but these are limited in number. You may want to add them to your repertoire of tea-based drinks while still sticking to your old favorites.

Every successful chain has great people behind it and the Kung Fu Tea chain isn’t different. The crew members strive to satisfy their customers’ wants in their tea-based drinks. You can, for example, let them know when your drinks need changes and they will do them, even change your drinks, when needed.

The Kung Fu Tea storefronts also accept takeout orders and provides catering services to homes, schools and offices, among other venues. These also have gender-neural restrooms as well as family-friendly facilities. The payment modes accepted include cash and credit cards; so far, Bitcoin, Apple Pay and Android Pay aren’t accepted yet.

Whenever you want your caffeine fix, come to the nearest Kung Fu Tea location and satisfy it!

To learn more about Kung Fu Tea or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.kungfutea.com.

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