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Try Dalgona-inspired milk tea from Cha Tuk Chak

Steph Arnaldo
Try Dalgona-inspired milk tea from Cha Tuk Chak

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Enjoy soft, fluffy whipped toppings with the new Dalgona Dino Cheesecake and Matcha Dalgona Strawberry milk tea flavors

Thai tea brand Cha Tuk Chak is bringing back the Dalgona food fad for a limited time, with the launch of their new Dalgona Milk Tea Series, available from August 6 to 20, 2021.

Cha Tuk Chak’s two new milk tea flavors are inspired by the Dalgona coffee beverage, which is made by whipping coffee powder, sugar, and hot water together until it’s fluffy and pillowy. Cold or hot milk is then added to the whipped mixture, and then topped with other ingredients or syrups.

Cha Tuk Chak makes use of a creamy chocolate Dalgona whip topped with cocoa powder and Milo powder for their new rich Dalgona Dino Cheesecake flavor. Underneath the fluffy, sweet mixture is Cha Tuk Chak’s milk tea mixed with cocoa and bits of cheesecake.

They also have a new Matcha Strawberry Dalgona flavor, which makes use of an airy, soft, and strongly-flavored green tea whip mixture atop Cha Tuk Chak’s creamy matcha milk tea with a sweet-tart strawberry compote at the bottom.

Both drinks costs P160 each and can be ordered for delivery via GrabFood, foodpanda, and Pick-A-Roo.

The Dalgona Series is only available in select Cha Tuk Chak branches at Arnaiz in Pasay, Aurora Blvd, Ayala Malls Feliz, Ayala Malls Marikina, Pasig Azucena, BF Homes, Parañaque; Cabanatuan, C5 Taguig, Chinatown, E. Rodriguez, Gapan City, Greenwoods, Pasig; The Rock Lifestyle Hub, Malabon, Monumento, New Lower Bicutan, Pasig Mega Market, Pembo, Poblacion, Retiro, Rustan’s Makati, Salcedo, San Lazaro, SM Fairview, SM North, Starmall Alabang, and Taft. – Rappler.com

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.