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100+ Flavors of Ice Cream in Carousel Creamery, Greenhills

100+ Flavors of Ice Cream in Carousel Creamery, Greenhills

After a statisfying lunch experience in Dohtonbori near Greenhills Promenade, we all felt that we needed to do a follow up by having ice cream for desserts. Luckily, there is a very popular ice cream store just below the floor where Dohtonbori is. It goes by the name Carousel Creamery, and I'm going to share with you more about it here in this blog post.

Wave of people going to Carousel Creamery

The Creamery
The interior of Carousel Creamery is both artsy and adorable. It lets you feel sweetened up just by being there looking around. This kind of ambiance makes it ideal for a casual date, a barkada catchup or a family bonding (especially those with kids).

Carousel Creamery in Greenhills

Carousel of Flavors
There are over a hundred of flavors to choose from here in Carousel Creamery, and a lot of them are the unusual ones such as those that combine the seemingly uncombinables in the world of ice cream. One example will be the beer and chicharon flavor. It's too bizarre, right?

Ice Cream Flavors at Carousel Creamery

Anyway, I got to try 6 flavors during that visit, and I'm happy to share with you what we thought of them. Let's start off with this single scoop serving (P85) of "cookies and mint cream". (Sorry, I forgot the actual name).

Cookie and Cream Mint

This flavor was remarkably playful. It got this fine creaminess that went well with the occasional crunch from the cookie bits. The minty overall provided a playful twist to the taste.

Sampler Plate of 5 || P395
Sampler Plate of 5 of Carousel Creamery

The White Chocolate Almond Fudge (leftmost in the photo) 
This flavor had this wonderful creaminess which paired well with the thick heavenly fudge you'll taste and feel in between bites.

The Mango Jubilee 
Although the mango was pronounced in this flavor, I found it relatively ordinary with its sufficient creaminess and sweetness.

The Dark Side 
This flavor, which is equivalent to dark chocolate, was highly memorable with its "thick creaminess" and extremely delightful bittersweet-ness. It may be the best dark chocolate ice cream I'd ever had.

The Green Tea 
This Green Tea was very distinct with its authentic grassy feel and taste. It was the least creamy among those we tried, but this worked to its advantage because the "roughness" added to its authenticity. Hence, I would say that this is perfect for those who are looking for Green Tea ice cream that is more real.

The Malted Choco Crunch (rightmost in the photo)
This one was rather "exciting" for the mouth with the crunch (but I found it a bit uncomfortable, since it was somehow "sticky"). The taste wasn't bad, but I just prefer the other ones here.


Carousel Creamery - Overall Ratings and Summary

Note: Unshaded stars are equivalents of half-stars. The ratings apply solely to this dining experience.
Place ★★
Taste  ★★
Service  ★★
Value for Money ★★
Budget: at least P85 for a scoop of ice cream

The range of ice cream found here in Carousel Creamery is something you will really find interesting due to the feast of flavors you can enjoy. You can find here some really weird ones which may be appealing for your buds, but you can also find there the more classic ones (such as the dark chocolate and green tea) which were pretty remarkable as well. Overall, I really found most of the creams we've tried fantastic. Hence, I'm urging you to drop by when you get the chance to!

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Carousel Creamery, Greenhills
Location: 8 Missouri Building, Missouri Street, Greenhills, San Juan City
Operating Hours: 10:00 AM to 11 PM Sundays to Thursdays and 11:00 AM to 12:00 MN Fridays and Saturdays
Contact No.: (02) 775 9092
Service Charge: 10% before VAT


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