Gelato Messina launches Hong Kong milk tea gelato with brown sugar caramel and baked cheesecake

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Is this the best gelato flavor EVER? New milk tea dessert with brown sugar caramel swirls and lightly baked cheesecake pieces

  • An Australian ice cream parlor has unveiled a delicious milk tea gelato
  • Gelato Messina has overwhelmed thousands by adding ‘spill the tea’ to the menu
  • Hong Kong milk tea gelato has brown sugar caramel and baked cheesecake

An Australian ice cream parlor makes your mouth water after revealing a delicious milk tea gelato topped with brown sugar caramel swirls and baked cheesecake.

Gelato Messina has delighted thousands of foodies by adding ‘spill the tea’, a Hong Kong-style gelato, to the menu.

Hong Kong is known for its traditional milk tea, a hugely popular drink usually made with brewed black tea and condensed milk.

An Australian ice cream parlor has its mouth watering after unveiling a delicious milk tea gelato topped with brown sugar caramel and baked cheesecake

A photo of the new flavor has surfaced on social media, showing the brown sugar caramel swirls folded through the creamy milk tea gelato, topped with fluffy baked cheesecake.

More than 13,000 Australians shared their excitement about the dessert, with many saying they couldn’t wait to try out the new menu item.

“The diet may have to be postponed,” one woman joked, while another said, “My two loves combined.”

While another said, ‘Oh my gosh, this has got to be the ultimate gelato flavor.’

Gelato Messina has delighted thousands of foodies after adding 'spill the tea', a Hong Kong-style gelato with milk tea, to the menu

Gelato Messina has delighted thousands of foodies after adding ‘spill the tea’, a Hong Kong-style gelato with milk tea, to the menu

Those lucky enough to try the new creation said it’s ‘great’, and the store ‘nailed’ the flavor combination.

However, some pointed out that the black pearls, the sweet tapioca balls, known as boba, were missing, which are commonly found in milky tea drinks in Taiwan.

“Where are the pearls?” someone asked, to which a fan of the drink replied, “Traditional Hong Kong milk tea actually has no pearls.”

One woman suggested, “If black pearls were added, it would taste even better.”

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