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Trendy boba tea shop The Alley serves up Chocolate Caramel Milk Tea for Valentine’s Day

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By Ben K, grape Japan

In these difficult pandemic times, for many people, cherishing loved ones and showing you care can feel even more important than ever. Valentine's Day could provide an opportunity to do that this year. If you and your special someone enjoy chocolaty dessert drinks, The Alley has a nice Valentine's Day treat you can pick up and enjoy together.

Last year for Valentine's Day, the Taiwanese boba tea chain, known in Japan for their Bonsai drinks, offered a ginger chocolate beverage with their deer insignia traced in cocoa powder on top called "Deer You."

This year, they are also using the top of their drink as a canvas to convey that special Valentine's Day mood, but this time in a completely different way.

The Alley Chocolate Caramel Milk Tea

A "special cup" delivered from The Alley to your Valentine, this drink is a chocolate-infused milk tea made with Assam tea leaves for a strong flavor, with premium caramel enhancing the flavor of the chocolate. It's topped with chocolate whipped cream, then decorated in a Valentine's Day pattern featuring cocoa powder and crushed almonds. A luxurious drink with a soothing sweetness, it's perfect for the cold winter weather.

Product Details

Varieties: Hot, Mild Hot and Cold

Price: 580 yen + tax

On sale from: Jan 14 to Feb 14

Locations: all The Alley shops in Japan

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It's a bit early for all this Valentine's Day hype but the drink sure looks good!

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