Mix-Ins Gourmet Ice Cream is not just for summer.

Jun 4, 2012 by

I’m not a dessert or cakes or ice cream person, and everyone who knows me knows that too well. I do like desserts or cakes or ice cream, don’t get me wrong, but I’m okay with or without it. I hardly appreciate sweets except for Calea in Bacolod, the alcoholic cakes by Book Latte and Maridels Cakes in Plazuela. Recently however, I was dragged by my friend Kathy to this little nook at SM City Iloilo and we tried out their goodies. This little corner is a goldmine of sorts because really, it changed the way I look at sweets particularly ice cream. This little corner is called Mix-Ins Gourmet Ice Cream.

First: there’s just so many flavors to choose from. It’s not boring. And you can make your own combination! Bring out the kid in you!

Second: it’s affordable. The price range is very reasonable. Wonderful ice cream or dessert need not be expensive because that would defeat the main purpose of having ice cream and that is to make you happy!

Third: it’s delish. Delicious in a real sense gives you the sensation of being so happy after eating. It makes you wear a smile hours after you have finished your sweet token.

Here are some of the Mix-In Gourmet Ice Cream flavors you must try:

This is definitely a MUST-TRY. My own personal favorite. I want this again and again and again! Try it ASAP!

Mix-Ins Gourmet Ice Cream is located at SM City Entrance # 3, Banco de Oro entrance. Experience ice cream like never before and do let me know what you think of your Mix-Ins experience. 

And please don’t make the rainy weather an excuse not to get ice cream. These days, the world is absurd. If we drink hot coffee under the searing heat of the sun, what makes ice cream under a rainy afternoon any different?

1 Comment

  1. Tenesha Khano

    The meaning of the phrase “ice cream” varies from one country to another. Phrases such as “frozen custard”, “frozen yogurt”, “sorbet”, “gelato” and others are used to distinguish different varieties and styles. In some countries, such as the United States, the phrase “ice cream” applies only to a specific variety, and most governments regulate the commercial use of the various terms according to the relative quantities of the main ingredients.

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