Nanta wants Tealive branch in Kapit

Nanta serves a Tealive drive-thru customer at The Northbank during the launch of the outlet today.

By Ling Hui

KUCHING, Nov 19: Dato Sri Alexander Nanta Linggi would love for Kapit to have a Tealive branch, like the rest of the towns and cities in Sarawak.

The Kapit MP made this request to Loob Holding Sdn Bhd and Tealive founder cum chief executive officer (CEO) Bryan Loo today, whereby the latter had given a verbal agreement.


Reminiscing his first event to be the launching of another Tealive branch after he was sworn in as the Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs in 2020, Nanta said he “now feels close to Tealive” especially when his daughters were also Tealive fans like today’s younger generation.

Confident that Tealive will achieve continuous success and reap the benefits of the emerging sub-urban areas outside Kuching, he said Tealive’s success should inspire Sarawakians alike to step up and rebuild the economy.

By adapting to the new normal, he said it is now time for businesses to bounce back and be innovative during this Covid-19 pandemic.

“I was informed that Tealive is a vibrant brand with a young dynamic team led by its founder Mr Bryan Loo. The brand has also seized on the opportunity to introduce home-kits to even make bubble tea during the very first pandemic lockdown last year.

“They have gone on to win numerous awards at national and international levels in e-commerce, human resource development and on-ground and online marketing,” he said during the launching of Sarawak’s first Tealive drive-thru branch at The Northbank here today.

Tealive, the proudly Malaysian lifestyle tea brand, today celebrated its success in Sarawak with its 12th outlet.

The Northbank Tealive drive-thru is also its 10th drive-thru outlet and the first in East Malaysia.

Tealive now has over 650 outlets in eight countries, serving over five million customers each month. — DayakDaily