Christmas drinks at Haagan Dazs

It may not always be Christmas all year round, but it can always be ice-cream season!

Who says that ice-cream has to be in its traditional form? Häagen-Dazs has launched new seasonal flavours in the form of a parfait and lattes.

Christmas parfait

This delicious glass of pinks and reds is here to lift the Christmas spirit.

The Red Velvet Cheesecake Parfait ($14.9) has all the goodness combined — creaminess of cheesecake, butteriness of cookie, and tartness from the strawberry coulis drizzle. With its ingredients, It’s surprisingly not too cloying.

Festive drinks

Not into parfaits or ice-cream? Try their Red Velvet Vanilla Latte ($10.90)(hot/iced) for an upgrade of your usual coffee fix. Red velvet cheesecake and vanilla ice cream complemented eally well with espresso, creating a decadent and luscious blend. The drink is topped off with whipped cream, red fruit coulis, and a bite-sized scoop of their Red Velvet Cheesecake ice cream for extra indulgence.

The return of a Holiday Favourite the Salted Caramel Cappuccino Cookie Latte ($10.9) (hot/iced) was my top favourite. It was also t. It’s a mix of new Salted Caramel Cappuccino ice cream mixed together with Macadamia Nut Brittle ice cream with a shot of fragrant espresso. On top of that, the latte was drizzled with smooth caramel sauce, sprinkled with cookie crumbs, and finished with a delicious chewy macadamia nut cookie. This might sound really sinful and overwhelming, but the sweetness and saltiness was balanced out perfectly.

Belgian Chocolate Deluxe (left), Salted Caramel Cappuccino Cookie Latte (right)

For non-coffee drinkers, The Belgian Chocolate Deluxe ($10.9) (hot/iced) is a classic. Combining everyone’s favourite Haagan-Dazs’ ice cream flavours — Belgian Chocolate, and Dark Chocolate & Caramelised Almond, blended with rich, creamy milk, the drink is complete with whipped cream, chocolate fudge and chunky brownie pieces. Chocolate lovers should totally give this a try.

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*This article is written in partnership with Häagen-Dazs, but all opinions are of my own

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