What is the most expensive ice cream in the Philippines?

What is the most expensive ice cream in the Philippines?

Carmen’s Best doesn’t come cheap. In fact, it is the Philippines’ most expensive local ice cream and is even more expensive that Haagen Dazs, Ben & Jerry’s and other international competitors.

Who owns Carmen’s Best ice cream?

Paco Magsaysay
Meet Paco Magsaysay, founder and owner of Carmen’s Best. Carmen’s Best is one of the top premium ice cream brands produced in the Philippines, famous for their 34 classic yet ingenious flavors like “Brown Butter Almond Brittle” and (my personal favorite) “He’s Not Worth It.”

What is the best ice cream in the Philippines?

12 of our favorite ice cream brands

  1. Merry Moo.
  2. Manila Creamery.
  3. Carmen’s Best.
  4. Sebastian’s Ice Cream.
  5. Kurīmu.
  6. Mad Mark’s Creamery.
  7. Papa Diddi’s Handcrafted Ice Cream.
  8. Farmacy Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.

Who is Paco Magsaysay?

Francisco “Paco” Magsaysay was working in the family business when his father, former Senator Ramon Magsaysay Jr, who just retired from politics, asked him to help sell the excess milk production from their dairy farm.

Where to get the best ice cream in the Philippines?

With the sun shining intensely in the Philippines practically all year round, you can be certain that there’s an ice-cream shop just around the corner. Offering 101 flavors of pure bliss, this local ice-cream hangout churns out unusual handcrafted choices such as Beer and Chicharon, Rainbow Lifesavers, and Milk and Roses.

What’s the price of Carmen’s best ice cream?

The texture of the ice cream was very fine and not too creamy nor light. The flavour was well balanced. The price was 150 Peso per scope, which I found to be… pricey. Helpful? Carmen’s Best is actually one of the best !

Which is the best ice cream in the world?

I’m so happy to find that IMO the best ice cream in the world is Filipino. It’s the smoothest creamiest ice cream I’ve ever tasted anywhere. It’s a little pricey, but its soon worth it. Try my personal favorite, Hokey Pokey.