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Supreme has expanded into the tea business, if you believe the branding in the new Supreme Tea shop in Shenzhen, China.

The store opened about a month ago and features drinks like “SUPREME TEA,” “DEVIL Coffee Milkshake,” and “Hip-Hop Ocean Milkshake,” all served in Supreme-red cups and by staff donning uniforms bearing the Supreme logo. The interior of the store is also decorated with branded Supreme items, alongside RIPNDIP motifs.

As you would expect with anything Supreme-branded, the queues are long. The prices, however, are pretty reasonable, with drinks costing between 18CNY to 38CNY (approx. $2.60 to $5.40).

Supreme currently has no registered trademarks in China, so instead of a somewhat surprising business move on the brand’s part, we have to assume that this is another “legal fake” store.

Browse images of the store above and check it out for yourself in the location below.

Shop A2-26
Baoli Culture Square
Shenzhen
China

For a dose of real Supreme, watch the video below.

Senior Staff Writer
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