llaollao Singapore Has New Froyo Bubble Tea Floats For $5.90
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llaollao Singapore Has New Froyo Bubble Tea Floats For $5.90

26th January 2021

llaoBa and llaoFloat at llaollao

From 28 Januaryllaollao Singapore will have all-new menu items: a collection of fruit-infused froyo floats, and froyo with boba. These items are being debuted exclusively in Singapore, ahead of their worldwide launch. Known as llaoBa and llaoFloat, these new treats will be available at all llaollao outlets islandwide.

llaollao grape llaoba

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llaoBa ($5.90) features llaollao’s proprietary skimmed milk yoghurt, served with fruit-infused boba pearls. Not your average tapioca boba, the llaoBa’s boba have been specially sourced from Japan, and are infused with Japanese fruit. They’re said to be chewier and bouncier than the typical bubble tea boba, with a texture similar to that of Japanese mochi.

llaollao strawberry llaoba

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There are four llaoBa flavours: Mango, Strawberry, Grape, and Lychee. Each comes in a 10-ounce cup, finished with a fruit sauce that’s supposedly made with real fruit.

llaollao mango llaofloat

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Featuring the same fruits is the 12-ounce llaoFloat ($6.90), a probiotic-rich, fruit-flavoured slushie, topped with more of llaollao’s froyo. All llaoFloats will also come with the brand’s new fruit-infused boba.

llaollao grape llaofloat

Image credit: llaollao Singapore

Only premium ingredients are used at llaollao, and the new llaoBa and llaoFloat are no different. These new menu items are made with zero artificial flavours or colouring─only real fruit extract.

To mark the worldwide debut of the llaoBa and llaoFloat, llaollao is offering a limited-time promotional price of two llaoBa for $9.90, down from its usual price of $11.80! This promotion will only run from 28 January to 10 February, while stocks last.

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