Army Navy’s NEW Unique Halo-Halo Dessert Has Arrived Just In Time For Summer

It's halo-halo in a mason jar!

Army Navy’s Freshly Brewed LiberTea will always have a place in the hearts of every brewed iced tea-loving being, but when LiberTea started to expand its refreshing offerings, it started to capture the hearts of iced coffee fans and milk tea fans, too. Another thirst-quencher that’s new on the LiberTea menu is the Taro Halo.

The Taro Halo (P170) is made with blended taro, milk, and all the usual halo-halo sinkers are present. You can expect to find sweetened langka, ube halaya, macapuno strings, cubes of gulaman, sweetened monggo, toasted pinipig, and of course, the Taro Halo also has leche flan.

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You consume this the same way you consume halo-halo. Mix the sinkers and the blended taro together, making sure that no sahog is stuck at the bottom of the mason jar, and then eat it with a spoon!

Plus, if you’re having the Taro Halo delivered in the Manila heat, it would be best to store it in the freezer if you’re not going to eat it yet. Otherwise, you can just dig in immediately!


Curious to try this halo-halo in a mason jar? The Taro Halo is available for a limited time only. You can order via the LiberTea website, GrabFood, foodpanda, and Pick-A-Roo. You can also directly order from select ArmyNavy stores that carry Taro Halo.



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