As a Hakka slang does, "Three bowls of Leicha a day guarantees a long life." Leicha, which literally means "Tea powder" or "ground tea", is a traditional tea-based beverage or gruel prevalent among Hakka people. The founder of SIIDCHA has visited Hakka villages around Taiwan and experimented with over 20 kinds of nuts and grains. Ground nut and grains are added into the tea powder to create a variety of flavors. With added innovative elements, this traditional Hakka brew is usually served to guests. Our products preserve the pure and simple flavors of food grown from the earth. 

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