Coffee For Dessert? Dairy Queen’s New Coffee Blizzard Cake Is What You’re Looking For!

It's only available for a limited time!

It’s not just the caffeine-providing effect that makes coffee so enjoyable; the flavor of coffee has its own distinctive appeal—and it’s one that’s so popular that you can find all sorts of coffee-flavored desserts around the Metro. If your idea of getting a coffee fix involves ice cream or cake, then you’ll definitely want to save space for Dairy Queen‘s limited-edition Frozen Latte Blizzard Cake!

Take a look at this special Frozen Latte Blizzard Cake:

Frozen Latte Blizzard Cake
We can’t think of a more festive way to get your coffee fix.
PHOTO BY Dairy Queen

The Frozen Latte Blizzard Cake has layers of coffee concentrate, cheesecake, ice cream, and a chocolate topping for a cold-meets-creamy treat with the flavors of a classic café latte—good luck trying to stop at one slice! You can get a six-inch cake for P549, or an eight-inch cake for P899. If you prefer a more straightforward soft-serve ice cream dessert, Dairy Queen’s also got other limited-edition coffee-themed treats—namely, the Frozen Latte Parfait (P129), and the Frozen Cashew Latte Blizzard and Frozen Mocha Cheesecake Blizzard (bundles start at P199).


These coffee-themed desserts will only be available this month, so be sure to try them while you can! You can get your fix at any Dairy Queen store for dine-in or take-out, call 8911-1111, visit, or order through GrabFood, Foodpanda, or LalaFood.

Dairy Queen is a dessert chain known for its soft-serve ice cream concoctions. The first-ever Dairy Queen store opened in 1940 in Illinois, and they’ve been a favorite among the young and old ever since. They opened their first Philippine branch in 2006.

Dairy Queen has branches at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, Araneta Center, Quezon City and Cinema Level Glorietta 4, Makati City. See a list of Dairy Queen branches. For delivery orders, call 8911-1111, visit Dairy Queen’s delivery website, or find Dairy Queen on GrabFood, Foodpanda, or LalaFood. For more information, check out Dairy Queen Philippines’ Facebook page.

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* Minor edits have been made by the editors.


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