Smooth salted caramel ice cream laced with rich salted caramel swirls. A winning combination that will have you licking the spoon, bowl and tub clean!
What’s better than a hot cup of Joe? Why, Coffee Ice Cream of course! A great way to get the jolt you need without raising the temperature. To give it an added sumthin’ sumthin’ we've added toffee almond pieces.
Made with freshly extracted coconut milk from the local market interlaced with coconut caramel reminiscent of the coconut candy we grew up with. This is a refreshing ice cream that’s perfect to cool down with during a hot sunny afternoon.
Not one for the faint hearted, this is our intense take on chocolate ice cream. Made using 70% cocoa, this ice cream is deep, dark and deliciously smooth.
A slice of apple crumble with ice cream? A-May-Zing! What’s even better? Apple Crumble ice cream! That’s right, each scoopful has chunks of tart Granny Smith apples interspersed with home made buttery crumble and laced with ice cream.
We've swirled our homemade strawberry jam with bits of white chocolate chips in our sweet cream ice cream. Named after the legendary Barry White because it got us humming # Can't get enough of your love, babe # after our first bite (plus it has strawBERRY and WHITE chocolate!)!
We've always been partial to the Bounty candy bar so we thought we'd have a go at making an ice cream version of it! Made with fresh coconut milk from the market behind our central kitchen, we then mix in freshly grated coconut (also bought from the same makcik where we get our coconut milk) before adding dark chocolate chips into the mix. Kinda like Bounty but more intense!
Madagascar Vanilla Bean
We use the Queen Bean of vanilla beans for our vanilla ice cream - the almighty Madagascar vanilla bean. We scrape the seeds by hand and infuse it with our cream mixture overnight. We then make our ice cream with our homemade vanilla sugar. We eschew vanilla extract which ensures our ice cream remains alcohol free. Great with brownies, pies, cakes, in a float, with chopped nuts - well, it's great with anything really. :)