The world is moving away from expensive tea leaves.
A Taiwanese company that makes the world’s most expensive tea, Arizona Hard Tea, said it plans to expand its Arizona tea-making operations, where it makes premium blends and is in the process of launching a new, full-service brand.
Arizón is the only Taiwanese company making tea in the U.S., but it also has extensive operations in other countries.
The company is currently expanding its Phoenix operations and is seeking new markets.
It’s a strategy that could be a boon to the company’s Arizona customers, who are looking for more options for their expensive tea.
Arzona has been a key player in the tea market for decades.
Its Arzón Tea is considered one of the most affordable teas around.
Arza Tea has been selling tea for more than 50 years, but its product is increasingly available to consumers around the world.
Ariza Tea founder Chien Yung-chi was in the Phoenix area recently to meet with his team and other local partners, including Arzna Tea’s founders.
He said that since the company opened in Phoenix in 2002, it has sold tea from more than 10 different producers.
“I hope to grow the brand, and that’s what we want to do,” Chien said.
“We want to have a bigger presence in the market.”
The company will open an additional tea shop in Scottsdale this year, where customers can buy tea from tea-makers from Taiwan and other countries as well as tea from Arizanna’s plant in Mesa.
Chien also said that Arizna plans to launch a full-fledged tea shop next year in Arizona.
Arizonas tea, which is made from the leaves of the Aja tree, is the second-highest-quality tea in Taiwan.
“In Taiwan, people don’t have a choice about how to drink their tea,” Chiao said.
While the company is already offering some tea in its Phoenix stores, Chien hopes to open a full restaurant and wholesale shop in the city by the end of the year.
“Arizona is a good brand, it’s well-known, and we want the brand to be well-respected in the markets in which it’s sold,” Chiang said.
The brand has been around since 1972.
It is produced by Taiwan’s Chien Yi, who opened his first business in 1971, but Chien has since expanded his business to include the company Arizanta.
The first Arizanto was released in 1982 and sold for $35 per cup.
The product has been sold in Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand and Europe, as well.