So I have a friend reading me a topic from another board on this and it cot me wondering the same thing.

What;s your favorite flavor of ice cream, SG?

Mines coffee cookie crunch. Had it at an OLD mom and pop place. Made in house and it was AMAZING!

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wet asphalt, popsicle stick, Sprite, chicken soup, methanol, pharmacy door knob, leather

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No way :OOO You like the pharmacy door knob flavour too!!!???

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a lot of people do, it made the Top-10 Pharmacy Related Ice Cream Flavors by 'Ice Cream and Prescription Drugs' Magazine

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Among the common ones, pistachio.

Among the weirder ones... Tikka masala for sure. Borodinsky bread close second.

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Ice cream is very expensive.
I usually buy 2 litre tubs for 4 bucks, Chocolate Fudge Sundae is good at that price point.
If I feel like spoiling myself once a year I might buy a 900ml tub of Raspberry & White Chocolate, but that's 10 bucks, which is a lot.
Ben & Jerry's is out of my league, it's like $15 for an insultingly small quantity.

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nougat,
then strawberry and pistache

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Lots of choices, but probably Moose Tracks. While not ice cream, blood orange sorbetto is second.

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strawberry cheesecake

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I had Caja gelato in Portugal and it rocked! Too bad it was only a "special" and they don't have it anymore.
Guess I will have to go to Brazil for the others ;)

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The gf and I have been talking about a serious stay in Brazil (we don't want to go all the way there and just drink caipirinhas on the beach in Rio like Instagram tourists, you know? we want to see the country) but yeah Covid put a dent in all that.
We are both foodies. We love to sample local cuisine and from all accounts, Minas Gerais was high on the list of recommendations.

Hope all is well up there on the Great White North, mate. o/

Heh well it's summer so I'm alright in the Great White North. Or should I say Tudo tranquilo mano. E você? tudo bem? ;)

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I'm a big fan of kulfi falooda with dried strawberries.

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I'm actually drooling now.

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The pure number of different flavors, fruits, desserts, and ice cream brands mentioned here and completely unbeknown to me is preposterous. :-) I mean, what is Caja, Soursop, and Jabuticaba exactly? Or kulfi falooda? Moose Tracks? Tikka masala? C'mon, I have to google every damn answer. xD My favorites are mango and salted caramel.

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Welcome to the wonderful world of food culture.

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It is not like I am completely new to it, but some things just don't exist from where I am from. xD I have never seen caja, soursop, or jabuticaba in local stores, although I have tasted cherimoya which seems to be closely related to soursop. And I am not familiar with Indian cuisine that much, so kulfi falooda and tikka masala didn't ring the bell too. Moose Tracks is a brand that I haven't seen, even in a local 'American Candy Shop' (there are some rare Ben & Jerry's, though). All in all, it was really weird to see so many unfamiliar words so densely packed. :-)

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On a more serious note, I am writing everything down, so I could taste all these fancy things before I die. You know, I only tasted real fresh mango and coconut just a year or two ago, and it completely blew my mind. If I ever to choose my last dish, it would be fresh mango, lots of it.

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So I went on a family holiday to another city just yesterday, where we chose to go to a mango-themed Indian restaurant. I am officially in love with Indian cuisine, lol. Mango lassi is the best thing in the world. xD Tikka masala was ok.

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Nothing beats homemade ice cream!

For myself, depends on the seasons and also on what I've been obsessed with recently but I fell in love with Maud's Poor Bear Delight when I first visited Ireland. It's a "simple vanilla" ice cream with honeycomb.
Since I can't get it here, I started making my own version inspired from it: a lightly smoked honey ice cream with sea salt and honeycomb nuggets. It's the one I'm currently obsessed with.

But if you give me a nice passion fruit gelato, I'm a happy camper.

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I love red bean ice cream! Green tea is another favorite of mine as well :)

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cheesecake from Cold Rock 🤤

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Anything mint but because that's hard to get here, my second choice is any type of chocolate, really!

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Homemade rum ice cream, nothing beats that!

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Straciatella, although I never know how to spell it, so don't @ me if I'm wrong.

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I don't eat ice cream.
I don't like sweet stuff.

:(

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:(

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Dulce de leche granizado. (Milk caramel with chocolate sprinkles, is the best translation I could think of, but I don't know if it's a flavor that you could get outside latin america)

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Ben & Jerry's Mint Chocolate Cookie. I'm up for any mint flavored ice cream, but not a fan of the cold, hard bits of barely chocolate flavored bits that almost every other mint ice cream has. There's a few other brands with mint that doesn't have the terrible chocolate bits issue, but the cookies in the Ben & Jerry's one works well with the mint flavor, and the quality is always top notch.

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tylko LODY EKIPY ;]

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orange-vanilla

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My dad chose apple pie flavour when we were on holiday once (I chose my usual banana). He let me have a taste of this and ohhh my god it tasted like apple pie and custard. Instantly regretted my choice! And I've never been back there so I never got to have it, but also never forgot it. So I'd say that :P Otherwise banana (strawberry, cinnamon or salted caramel as runners up).

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i just like strawberry

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my favourite ice is plombir (vanilla)

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