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3 Stranger-Than-Usual Ice Cream Flavors That Are Surpisingly Addicting

You’ll need a lot of love and a whole bunch of ice cream scoops to survive this chaotic and stressful world we call life because, let’s face it, ice cream does solve everything! And because we want you to be extra happy, we went around the metro to scout for the most unusual and unique ice cream flavors you may just find yourself enjoying. Get ready to step out of the ordinary and let the dairy madness begin!


Beer and Chicharon from Carousel Creamery

8 Missouri Street, San Juan, (02) 775 9092

Window shopping for ice cream is the best because you get a chance to taste different flavors of ice cream to help you decide which flavor you really like. And with 101 ice cream flavors at Carousel Creamery, choosing the one can really be a task.  But lucky for you, we’ve already selected a flavor that you’ll oddly love.

No bad hangover here

For all you beer lovers out there, this flavor has your name on it. You immediately taste the malt beer flavor in every bite and get bits of soft salted chicharon that effortlessly blends together with the creaminess of the ice cream. This perfectly scooped ice cream concentrates on the beer flavor and not on the sweetness of the cream but doesn’t overpower your taste buds.


Mangga’t Bagoong at Sebastian’s Ice Cream

Vertis North, North Avenue, Quezon City, (02) 426 6935

Sebastian’s Ice Cream is not shy to convey its love for distinctive and crazy Filipino flavors— Kutchinta, Champorado, Sapin-Sapin, Mangga’t Suman, Ampalaya, and Mangga’t Bagoong.

A Filipino favorite in ice cream form

You probably took a second look on that one, but no we’re not kidding. It’s made with green mango sorbet, topped with your choice of warm bagoong or Thai chili sugar. Mangga’t Bagoong is the perfect example of how opposites attract and this is a risk you definitely have to take. The warm and sweet bagoong cuddles the strong sour flavor from the green mango sorbet that makes you smile in every bite. It’s fun, refreshing, and surprisingly addicting.


Seaweed from Dojo Dairy

Food Hall, 5/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, (0918) 888 3656

This rich and creamy ice cream is packed with flavors from Japan like Green Tea, Miso Sake, Wasabi Light, and Seaweed.

You don’t need rice for this one

From sushi to ice cream, this seaweed flavor is surprisingly sweet and creamy with a light hint of umami. The salty oceanic flavor and natural organic taste blends well with the full bodied cream that will make you ask for more.


Life isn’t black and white, and ice cream isn’t just vanilla and chocolate. Nothing great comes from the usual and ordinary, so step up and take the risk because glorious things never came from your comfort zone.