7 iced drinks to beat the heat
To keep cool during a big day of Northside shopping, take a break with one of our favourite ice cold drinks.
An Iced Tea from PHO Vietnamese
Our favourite new Vietnamese joint PHO Vietnamese does its country of origin proud with some absolutely delicious iced tea. Choose from a range of authentic and flavoursome varieties, like fresh lemon or green tea. Enjoy your icy drink with a Bahn Mi or a couple of rice paper rolls for the perfect light lunch on a hot day.
A Frappuccino from Starbucks
It isn’t exactly new information that Starbucks’ frappuccinos are pretty delicious. But with so many new additions to Westfield Chermside lately, we thought a friendly reminder wouldn’t go astray that your original faves are still killing it. Insider tip: when it’s getting close to Christmas, they usually do a chocolate peppermint frappuccino that tastes like a candy cane in a cup. Super refreshing.
Anything from It’s Made in Heaven Tea Bar
Bubble tea is the holy grail of iced beverages. No questions asked. If you haven’t yet tried this pure delightfulness, get in the car, head to It’s Made in Heaven Tea Bar and order a ‘pearl milk tea’. If you’re feeling adventurous, opt for a taro bubble tea and marvel at it’s milky purpleness. We apologise in advance for the toll this new addiction will take on your wallet and waistline.
A Smoothie from Acai Brothers
Okay, time for something on the healthier side. The smoothie flavours at Acai Brothers are pretty insane – they sound so good we’re struggling to figure out how they could possibly be good for you too. Lemon meringue pie? Old school vanilla? Chai?? We salute Acai Brothers for their contribution of exciting new flavours to the Northside smoothie world.
A Juice from Fiery Deli
Fiery Deli are best known for their fresh and punchy Venezuelan flavours, and their juices are no exception. Our favourite is the virgin Pina Colada that has us feeling like we’re sitting on a beach in the tropics with our feet in the sand. Their freshly squeezed orange juice slushie is also a great way to stave off the heat.