Where To Go Now: DELIVEROO AND KELIS’ MILKSHAKES BRING ALL THE BOYS (AND GIRLS) TO THE YARD

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of singer Kelis’ groundbreaking, game-changing debut album Kaleidoscope, Deliveroo is bringing everyone to the yard with their pop-up milkshake bar and damn right it’ll be better than any frothy shake you’ve ever had!

Taking inspiration from her iconic smash hit, Milkshake, ‘The Yard’ by Kelis and Deliveroo, will be serving a variety of milkshakes that pay homage to her 20 year career in music.

The pop-up milkshake bar will open on Wednesday 18th March, the day after her sold out show at London’s iconic Roundhouse, on 46 Great Eastern Street, London, at 1pm, offering fans the chance to enjoy Kaleidoscope themed milkshakes with Kelis.

The milkshakes come in a range of five flavours, all named after iconic songs from the Kaleidoscope album:

 

Good Stuff 

Made with plantain, jerk seasoning and frozen banana ‘ribs’ sticking out, topped with Kelis’ ginger, honey & sesame glaze, cinnamon and nutmeg and a thyme syrup.

 

Mars 

Inspired by the red planet and recreating the brick red colour of martian landscape using Kelis’ recommended combination of cherry and espresso, with crunchy crumb rim, garnished with dry ice and Aero crumb.

 

Millionaire

Millionaire shortbread milkshake topped with edible real gold and edible paper 100$ bills and chocolate coins.

 

I Want Your Love 

Inspired by the famous savoury dish of the deep south – everyone’s favourite sweet biscuits with light or dark caramel gravy and classic vanilla milkshake topped with chocolate sauce gravy.

 

Trick Me

Super indulgent creamy coconut milkshake but made fully vegan and free of refined sugar, topped with a mountain vegan marshmallows.

Not only famous for her music career, Kelis also has her own line of Bounty & Full sauces and released her first cookbook, My Life On A Plate in 2015.

 

Kelis commented, “After all these years the fact Milkshake still resonates is great. I think it’s a testament to the art form and how people can take a song and turn it into a metaphor for anything they want it to be, which in my opinion has created a universal connection for people everywhere. And then to be able to take the song and find a way to tie into all that I’m doing around my Kaleidoscope anniversary tour and reissue is a cool way to bridge two worlds, while doing something fun for my fans!”

For those who can’t make it to the pop-up, the limited-edition milkshakes will also be available to purchase on the Deliveroo app in Manchester and Cambridge from Thursday 19th March.

 

 

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