Thursday, April 7, 2016

Yogurtland’s Flavor Quest Continues with Coconut Mango Tart (Thailand)

Fro-yo girl here. Yogurtland’s Flavor Quest continues with a returning froyo flavor: Coconut Mango Tart, inspired by the flavors of Thailand. It was first introduced during the 2nd Flavor Quest in 2014. Flavor Quest flavors are usually new, so it’s interesting that they brought back a flavor from a previous Flavor Quest. Since it’s been two years since I last had Coconut Mango Tart, I gave it another try.

* Coconut Mango Tart (Thailand) is described by Yogurtland as “Taste a true tropical treat from Thailand and one of their most beloved culinary combos. We paired two of the best mango varieties in the world and blended it with coconut water for a light tart flavor that refreshes your tastebuds.” The sweet mango flavor dominates but you can taste the coconut too. I like how the coconut isn’t overpowering. It’s really about the sweetness of mangos. For a tart flavor, it’s not that tart. Coconut mango tart tastes similar to Yogurtland’s mango froyo flavor.

Suggested toppings: Coconut, mango, popping boba, salted caramel sauce, lychee

Every Thursday will feature a new froyo flavor. The flavor will run for two weeks or while supplies last.

Collect a stamp in your passport for every visit. The more stamps you collect, the more free froyo you can earn. Collect five stamps and get 5 free ounces. Collect ten stamps and you’ll be rewarded with 10 free ounces. Join Real Rewards to participate.

Sadly, some locations have run out of the French galette cookies. If you see them, get them. The next limited time only Flavor Quest topping will be chocolate truffles.

Next up: Apple Strudel with Caramel (Austria): April 14

P.S. It's raining today. Check your local Yogurtland to see if it has a rainy day special. Yogurtland Pasadena has a buy one, get one free double Real Rewards points on rainy days.

You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.

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