Earlier this month, a bunch of food bloggers and I were invited to Blic for an ice cream tasting session. It’s a new ice cream parlour located in the heartland of Tampines and offers more than 20 flavours to choose from. Of course, being the foodies that we are, we sampled all of them!
My personal favourites (from left to right):
Rum N Raisin: The plump rum-soaked raisins topping the scoop are amazing. More than make up for the lighter liquor flavour in the ice cream itself.
Passion Yogurt: This is really more like sour plum than passionfruit. Love the tanginess!
Baileys: My favourite out of the favourites! Very smooth and with a strong dose of liqueur for that extra kick.
Blic’s Tiramisu is uniquely served in a glass with layers of soaked savoiardi and ice cream (instead of mascarpone cheese). Go ahead, be greedy and take a really big and deep scoop so that you don’t miss out any components.
Banana Peanut Crunch: Surprisingly light and not too sweet.
Seasalt Malt: Get this if you love Horlicks!
Black Sesame, Green Tea: You know I’m always on the lookout for good BS & GT ice cream! Sadly, these aren’t making their way onto my list.
Double Choc, Ferrero, Vanilla Bean: the classic flavours that’s always a hit.
Dino Milo: Can you believe I’ve never tried the real dino milo drink before? This tastes like… Milo (duh!), hah.
Lychee Mint: I can’t decide whether it’s a good or bad thing that this is more fruity than minty.
Coffee: Not as intense as Tom’s Palette’s…
Mao Shan Wang Durian, Cempedek: Whoa, these are really strong. You either love it or hate it. FYI, durian is the only fruit I don’t eat so you know which camp I belong to, hah.
Many thanks to Ben & Larry for the kind invite! I’ll always remember Blic since this is the first time I had so much ice cream at one go, hah. By the way, here’s the pricing:
Single scoop (classic/premium): $3.20/$5.20
Double scoop (classic/premium/mix): $4.80/$7.80/$6.30
Sigh, how I wish there’s an ice cream parlour in my neighbourhood too!
Blic Ice Cream Cafe
802 Tampines Ave 4
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