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Bubble tea shop sets up in Gresham Station; SDF Collective supports creatives in downtown Gresham.

PMG PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER KEIZUR - The taro ice blended with pudding at ShareTea Gresham. ShareTea brings bubbles to Gresham

A new business is bringing the flavors of Taiwan into the heart of Gresham with a huge menu of interesting drinks — milk tea, fruit tea, ice blended, tea mojitos and more.

ShareTea is an authentic bubble tea brand that opened in the Gresham Station Shopping Center, 681 N.W. Division St. They are open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

Boba, or bubble tea, is a drink that consists of tea with chewy tapioca balls — or other additions like jelly, aloe vera, red bean and more. The offerings in Gresham include combinations of smoothness and sweetness, with some additives like ice cream pushing them into the dessert realm.

Some of the most popular options include taro ice blended with pudding; classic pearl black milk tea; strawberry ice blended with lychee jelly and ice cream; kiwi fruit tea with aiyu jelly; and coffee creama.

Visit 1992sharetea.com to learn more.

Calling all creatives

A creative collective in the heart of Gresham is offering a space for folks to create their own art.

The SDF Collective opened in downtown Gresham, 20 N.W. Third St., is like a gym membership for creatives. For a monthly fee you get access to equipment like photo studios; wardrobe and jewelry; props; hair and makeup stations; editing bays that include all the Adobe Creative Cloud software; recording booths; storage lockers and more.

The idea is that SDF Collective removes the siloed spaces for creatives and puts it all under one roof, creating an easier and less expensive alternative to running around town to bring your vision to life.

The SDF Collective is open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Learn more at sdfcollective.com


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