Ice Cream Flavors in the Philippines

Since the Philippines is a tropical country we have many unique fruits and flavors that have been made into ice cream. Here are just a few of the more unique ones.


jackfruit, purple yam and mung bean


cashew brittle mantecado (traditional spanish cake flavor)


chocolate peanut


sansrival is a cake made of meringue layers and buttercream icing

Selecta Creations is a more premium line of ice cream. I can tell you it’s yummy specially the quezo real.


mango


purple yam


jackfruit with purple yam


cheese (strange but good!)


from wikipedia: Halo-halo (from Tagalog word halo, “mix”) is a popular Filipino dessert that is a mixture of shaved ice and milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans and fruits, and served cold in a tall glass.


coconut salad (another dessert staple in Filipino parties)


another dessert made into an ice cream flavor

Arce is a smaller brand and the only one that sells sherbet.


purple yam with coconut sport


avocado


coconut sherbet


calamansi (local lime) sherbet


coconut sport


my fave! mandarin orange
The most exotic flavor for ice cream in my humble opinion is Durian.

durian ice cream

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