The rainy season may have arrived but that doesn’t mean that the end of ice cream season has, too. No matter what the weather, these frozen treats are a universal comfort food among Pinoys and it’s the perfect way to cap off any meal. We may never get tired of ice cream, but we’re always dying to try out some new flavors. Here are some new ones in the market that you and your kids should try!
Sink your teeth into this new ice cream flavor from Selecta that lets you enjoy a classic dessert in a different way. Find out if the ice cream version beats the original fudgy treat showered with powdered sugar.
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2. Dairy Queen’s Ube Macapuno Blizzard
Ube and macapuno, whether separately or together might not be Pinoys’ favorite ice cream flavors, but turning it into a Blizzard creation is something that’s worthy of tasting. It’s not every day that local flavors end up into Dairy Queen’s menu.
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3. FIC’s (Fruits In Ice Cream) Sherbet Calamansi
Tickle your tastebuds with a tangy twist of some homemade citrus – calamansi! Check out the sherbet calamansi ice cream from FIC’s thirty-plus flavor selections. From the fruity, to the nutty or chocolatey, FIC promises not just proudly Pinoy-made yummy ice cream goodness, but a glass of milk in every scoop. How’s that for a delicious calcium fix? They also have other creative flavors like Nangkasuy and even Munggo!
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4. Arce Dairy’s Mantecado Ice Cream
Using carabao’s milk and eggs, Arce Dairy has established its unique ice cream flavor that’s reminiscent of sweet and creamy custard.
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5. Merry Moo’s Chocolate Orange Ice Cream
We discovered this ice cream brand during a trip to Mercato Centrale earlier this year. Merry Moo ice cream is entirely homemade, and they let customers taste their creamy concoctions for free! They use locally-sourced dairy and they don’t add anything to change the flavor of the milk and cream. This latest creation is definitely one for the books. It’s a mix of tangy and sweet!