Boba lovers in the Philipines can now have their favourite drinks while staying safe!
Gallontea, a milk tea company based in the Philippines has introduced its very new product – a face mask with a silicone button that lets you enjoy your milk tea without having to take off your mask.
The bubble milk tea straw fits perfectly through the button, allowing you to have sips of your drink without having to risk anything.
The mask has since received massive attention in the Philippines after being introduced.
According to Gallontea, this special “sippy” face mask is labelled as an essential. I guess all we needed was to satisfy our bubble milk tea craving while staying protected amidst this Covid-19 pandemic after all!
This special face mask is valid via delivery orders through GallonTea’s social media pages, as well as via Foodpanda or Lalafood within the Philippines.
Pre-orders for the mask are available for free with a minimum purchase of Gallontea’s products of 1,000 pesos (approximately RM86)!
Essential? Maybe not but we do admire the creativity.
What do you think about this? Would you buy this face mask if it’s available in Malaysia?
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