Aussies Josh, Chloe and Paul have each designed a chaotically combined mix of dessert goods turned drinks, and we can’t wait to try them. So, without further adieu, let’s dig in.
First up on the menu is Josh’s Banoffee Choc Top, a blend of “bold banana and cheeky toffee,” with a rich milk chocolate kick. Personally, this is the one that makes the most sense, combining pre-existing milk drink flavours together.
Next up, school teacher Paul has concocted a s’mores flavoured OAK that he says transforms the “toasty choc-mallow campfire treat into a delicious drink.” Perhaps this is best served with a heater in-tow.
Lastly, we have a take on the classic family dessert: Chloe’s Apple Crumble. Chloe’s pitched carton of unique taste aims to dial it all back with an ‘80’s zest: “crisp apple and toasty, golden crumble” aka a match made in heaven. But will the delicious soft dessert, best served warm, translate well as a cold beverage?
Irrespective of where you sit on the Great OAK Flavour War, these three finalists’ beverage designs aren’t that odd when you take into account what you can already get from your local supermarket. We’re talking flavours inspired by Jam Ball Donuts, a vanilla and raspberry flavoured milk called Blue Haven, and another designed like Nestle’s Peppermint Crisp.
And, if any of these flavours tickle your tastebuds, or if you dare to tempt culinary fate, then you can try these three new OAK flavours right now. According to the OAK Flavour Generator Promotion FAQ, the three finalists’ flavours are currently available in stores for a limited time and you can vote for your fave here. The winner will receive a cash prize of $10,000 and their creation manufactured and sold by OAK.