The first seasonal sweet "Halo-halo" is on sale from April 26th at each Ministop store. The second release will be released on May 3rd.
"Halo-halo" is a summer tradition that combines ice and "soft serve vanilla". As the first product, three products will be released: the classic "Ramune" from the beginning, "Strawberry" from the fruit ice series that is celebrating its third year, and the new product "Pachi-Pachi Grape" of the crackling series that has been revived for the first time in two years.
"Halo-halo ramune" is a classic halo-halo that is supported by a wide range of people. The refreshing and refreshing taste and bright blue make you feel summer. The price is 270 yen (tax included, same below).
"Halo-halo fruit ice strawberry" is a product of the halo-halo fruit ice series that uses sliced frozen fruit instead of ice. Frozen strawberries are combined with condensed milk flavored syrup and "soft serve vanilla". By making the condensed milk-flavored syrup sweeter and deeper, it goes well with strawberries that have a moderate acidity. The price is 320 yen.
"Halo-halo crackling grape" is a product characterized by the popping texture of crackling candy. By sprinkling 5 large, rugged grapes and syrup evenly over the ice, it is finished so that you can enjoy it deliciously from the beginning to the end. The price is 320 yen.
The second product, "Halo-halo Fruit Ice Wenshu Mikan," is a product that combines frozen oranges with Unshu orange syrup and "soft serve vanilla." The sweet and sour oranges and the rich soft serve ice cream go great together. The price is 320 yen.