3 New Kalye Sorbetes hits the road!
Kalye Sorbetes, the new ice cream brand on the block is churning out 3 new flavors in time for the Philippine Independence Day! This premium homemade ice cream - with distinctly Filipino flavor are wittingly named after Philippine geographical locations: Avonida, Buco Pandacan, Mantecado de Manila.
Mantecado de Manila is the all-time Old Manila ice cream favorite, crafted lovingly to bring you back in time and appreciate one of the country's original sorbetes flavor.
Avonida is the ultimate avocado lover’s delight. This creamy evergreen ice cream is full of flavor of real avocado goodness, that allows you to indulge scoop after scoop.
Buko Pandacan captures the best of both worlds! Buko Pandacan is Kalye’s take on the quintessential Filipino dessert - Buko Pandan turned into Sorbetes. The ice cream has shredded young coconut and bits of buko pandan gulaman for a delight like no other.
These three new offering joins the 5 maiden flavors released early this year, such as the Manggahan punctuated with dried mango bits, Ubelt, a purple yam ice cream with cheddar-cheese bits as topping, Chocolocan with tablea and chocolate bits, Kape del Pan with Arabica coffee beans and bread bits inspired by Filipino habit of dipping pan de sal into coffee, and Quezo Avenue with the goodness of cheddar cheese.
Kalye Sorbetes is made with cow’s and coconut milk, crafted in small batches, and is available via community resellers. It is also available via Food Panda, and its website www.kalyesorbetes.com
Half Gallon: 695.00