I was quite excited to try this ice cream. Most boysenberry ice creams I come across have vanilla ice cream with a boysenberry ripples, so the idea of a boysenberry ripple in boysenberry ice-cream was a welcome point of difference. However, I’m not sure whether the reduced contrast between the ice cream and the ripple hurts the impact that boysenberry flavour otherwise […]Read more "Little Paddock Boysenberry Ice Cream – Somewhat Subdued"
I’m not quite sure how they do it. There’s almost a dense, gooey quality to the chocolate flavour in this ice cream, like the unset part of the brownie. Then they mix in these brownie pieces that all seem to be taken from the crunchy edge of the brownie. It is quite possibly the most […]Read more "Little Paddock Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream"
You’re in the milk chocolate ice cream seas off the coast of candy land. The deep sea caramel rig has exploded. There are bits of white dough brick strewn all over the chocolate waters; little remnants of the once industrial caramel drill site. Caramel is now flowing freely and uncontrollably. You’re not quite sure where it begins and ends. […]Read more "Little Paddock Caramel Slice – a Delicious Ecological Disaster"
This was one of those purchases that we made purely off the advertising. Ice cream from a company’s little paddock, baby cupcake as the flavour? Easy $9 spend. The verdict split the house somewhat though. Mrs P was far less convinced of the ice cream’s charms than I. Being baby cupcake, the flavours live up to the […]Read more "Little Paddock – Baby Cupcake Ice Cream"