Thursday, March 24, 2016

Yogurtland’s Flavor Quest is Back with New Flavors & Toppings

Fro-yo girl here. Yogurtland’s beloved Flavor Quest promotion is back. The Fourth Annual Flavor Quest kicked off today; it will run till June 1st. This year’s Flavor Quest features nine froyo flavors and three toppings inspired by different culinary destinations across the globe.

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

The first flavor to be introduced is Chocolate Java Cake, inspired by Indonesia. Chocolate java cake is described as: “we took rich chocolate and added subtle notes of coffee to create this Indonesian inspired perfection.” When I tried it at the Yogurtland in Azusa, the texture was icy. I tried it again at Yogurtland in Pasadena where the texture was thick, smooth and creamy. The chocolate flavor is stronger, consistent with the description, but I like the coffee addition – wish it tasted more like coffee. I like coffee froyo better than chocolate froyo though.

Suggested toppings: French galette, brownies, Magic Shell, almonds

What I really liked was their new topping, French galette cookies by St. Michel. These thick, butter, crispy cookies are imported from France. They have a caramelized sugar flavor and a hint of sea salt. Each cookie is big too.

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.

The Flavor Quest schedule:

  • Chocolate Java Cake (Indonesia): March 24
  • English Toffee (England): March 31
  • Coconut Mango Tart (Thailand): April 7
  • Apple Strudel with Caramel (Austria): April 14
  • Fig & Honey Gelato (Middle East): April 21
  • Dulce De Leche Cookies (Argentina): April 28
  • Horchata (Mexico): May 5
  • Peanut Butter Parfait NSA (USA): May 12
  • Kiwi Raspberry Sorbet (New Zealand): May 19

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

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