Bobba tea, fried squid and so much more now at T4

T4 owner Dicky Chan makes a milk tea at the newest shop in Keizer Station.

In late December, T4 Tea House opened its third Oregon location in Keizer Station, 6395 Keizer Station Blvd. #104, between Kay Jewelers and Massage Envy. 

T4 is a franchise location of the Taiwan-based company T4헌꿱達훙, which opened in Taiwan in 2004. According to their website the name, T4, comes from the greeting, “a cup of tea for you.” The company’s goal is to bring Taiwanese tea and street food to customers world wide.

“We wanted to share the philosophy of connecting individuals through a cup of tea with the Oregon community,” said co-owners Dicky Chan and Michelle Wong.

They choose Keizer as their second Oregon location because of its access to I-5.

 “We are able to serve customers from northbound Woodburn to southbound Salem making Keizer an ideal location,” Chan said.

Chan and Wong also own the T4 in Clackamas, but not the T4 Beaverton store.

The tea house offers various drinks – mango royal tea, taro milkshake and thai milk tea are some of the best sellers Chan mentioned. Snack offerings range from potstickers to deep fried squid and egg-puffs.