ice cream 🍨

ice cream 🍨

Featuring Tom's Palette, Apiary (Neil Road), Salted Caramel (Thomson), Merely Ice Cream (Sunshine Plaza), Dopa Dopa Creamery, The Daily Scoop (Holland Village), 108 Matcha Saro (Suntec City), Denzy Gelato (Bishan), Birds of Paradise (Jewel Changi Airport), Geometry
R Goh
R Goh

The cafe is bustling over the weekends! Have heard rave reviews about the ice cream here, but it fell short of expectations. Bought a double scoop ($6.90 + $1 per premium flavour) of rum & raisin and lychee martini. The first was a tad too sweet, albeit balanced by bitter alcohol-soaked raisins. Enjoyed the small pieces of lychee in the latter but found it a little too icy!

I’m a big fan of Edith’s cakes and brownies, so I was really excited to try their new offerings! Served in a cone and drizzled with honey, the soft serve ($4) is light, slightly sweet and floral. The ice cream is a tad icy but otherwise very enjoyable! Do catch their opening promo of 15% off until 18/04/21 :-)

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Returned to try more flavours! Scoops ($4.80) are large and creamy; some options seem to melt more quickly. Chrysanthemum Honey (pictured) had the requisite flavour but felt lacking with its overt sweetness and absence of textural variation. Moka coffee was a let down - the strong taste of creamer made it akin to 3-in-1 coffee.

Ordered a double scoop ($6.50, + $0.70 per premium flavour). Grape yakult and pistachio both had great flavours, but were too icy. Scoops were also badly done - many air pockets within and the ice cream crumbled due to its icy consistency.

Ordered a double scoop ($6.50, + $0.70 per premium flavour). The hojicha had a strong roasted flavour but it was terribly icy. Valrhona chocolate remains my favourite - thick, rich and creamy!

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Here’s another double scoop ($8, + $1 per gourmet flavour / + $2 per alcoholic flavour) - this one features my favourite flavours at gelatolabo thus far. Caribbean rum with charred pineapple packs the heat of alcohol but I especially loved the bright burst of smokey sweetness! Their seasonal Spanish persimmon was also incredible - this one melted quite quickly but it had lots of fruit fibre and the most lovely honeyed sweetness.

Ordered a double scoop ($8, + $1 per gourmet flavour / + $2 per alcoholic flavour) of some of their signature flavours! The dark chocolate with orange peel was rich with a hint bitterness and tinged with citrus. The colombian cold brew was particularly impressive - a strong coffee flavour with a creamy mouth feel! Would be nice to have more cookie bits within.

This was an unexpectedly good find! Each scoop is huge and I was surprised to see a steady stream of customers even on a weekday night. Ordered single scoops ($4.60) - the pistachio is a tad sweet but has the most fragrant roasted flavour! Dark chocolate was very thick but did not taste as premium as I’d expect. Looking forward to trying more flavours!

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Been a few years since I last visited, and Apiary is still going strong with a perpetual crowd! Ordered a double scoop ($8 + $0.50 per premium flavour) of their signature and ferrero rocher. The Apiary flavour has the mild sweetness of milk, balanced by a slightly bitter tinge of cacao nibs. The honey is not explicit and it’s a bit of a pity that they no longer pair it with nuts! Ferrero rocher tastes exactly like its name suggests - very rich with wafer and nuts within.

Be prepared to wait twenty minutes to enter the shop! The queue is very well managed and staff are friendly. Unfortunately, I don’t quite see the appeal. Whilst creamy, the ice cream is far too sweet and artificial tasting. Opted for single scoops ($5) of yam and black sesame - their signatures would probably fare better but I doubt I’d be heading back any time soon!

Ordered a double scoop ($7.60 + $1 per premium flavour) on a waffle bowl ($1) - didn’t like these flavours as much. The houjicha was a tad too sweet, albeit smokey and rich. The dark forest tasted like Meiji chocolate milk with some bites of chocolate cake and pieces of cherries - no hint of brandy at all and certainly not worth the premium!

Never quite liked the Salted Caramel at Thomson, but decided to give this new outlet a try. Was very very pleasantly surprised at how decadent their ice cream is now! Opted for a double scoop ($7.60 + $1 per premium flavour) on a waffle bowl ($1). The rum & raisin packs the heat of alcohol but rounds it off nicely with juicy sweetness. The pistachio is rich and creamy, with large chunks of nuts folded within!

R Goh

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