Dairy Queen Now Has Milk-Tea Ice Cream Cake and It's Totally Tea-rrific
Here's another way to enjoy milk tea!
(SPOT.ph) Milk tea has an earthy, creamy flavor that’s great in beverage form, but there are also other ways you can enjoy it. Case in point: Dairy Queen has released a creation that explores this well-loved beverage as a frozen, creamy treat. Dubbed the Milk Tea Blizzard Cake (P649/six inches, P799/eight inches), this special ice cream cake’s got layers of their vanilla soft-serve, milk-tea mix, cake crunch, and chocolate fudge, plus a drizzle of chocolate icing on top.
Aside from being available at Dairy Queen stores, you can get this ice cream cake delivered straight to your doorstep—simply dial 8911-1111, or find Dairy Queen on GrabFood or LalaFood. If you use GrabFood to order, you can get P100 off the 8-inch Milk Tea Blizzard Cake until July 23.
If you’re dining solo or just looking for a simpler fix, Dairy Queen’s also offering the Milk Tea Brownie Latte Blizzard (P120) as one of their Blizzards of the Month this July. This is no ordinary blizzard—it’s got Dairy Queen’s signature soft serve mixed with milk tea, brownies, and a touch of coffee for a welcome bittersweet note.
Not into milk tea at all? Try the other Blizzards of the Month: the Sweet Corn Crunch Blizzard (P120) with sweet corn syrup and cornflakes, or the Caramel Almond Cluster Blizzard (P120) with caramel syrup, chocolate coating, and almonds. There's also the Sweet Corn Crunch Blizzard Cake (P899) with soft-serve, sweet corn syrup, cake crunch, choco fudge, and corn flakes—perfect for mais con hielo fans!
Dairy Queen is a dessert chain that’s a fan favorite for their soft-serve ice cream creations, which include cones, Blizzards, cakes, and more. They began in Illinois in 1940, and opened their first Philippine store in 2006.
Dairy Queen has branches at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, Araneta Center, Quezon City and Cinema Level Glorietta 4, Makati City. See a list of Dairy Queen branches. For delivery orders, call 8911-1111 or find Dairy Queen on GrabFood or LalaFood. For more information, check out Dairy Queen Philippines' Facebook page.