Most Unusual Ice Cream Flavours Found in Singapore

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Forget plain vanilla, good ole’ chocolate and sweetie pie strawberry.

Our ice cream chefs in Singapore are a cool creative bunch and have whipped up the most delightful artisanal flavours with chilling originality, to suit every bit of a foodie in each of us.

LDO Flash DealsFrom deconstructed desserts found in France and Thailand, to an ingenious mix of local food, they have all been brewed, whipped, fluffed and teased to ice cool drool perfection.

Here are some of the most uniquely Singaporean ice cream finds on board our local treasure trove.

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Alishan Milk Tea

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Alishan Milk Tea ice-cream from HoneyCreme

Inspired by the bubble tea wave in Singapore, high-mountain black tea leaves from Alishan are brewed in-house to form the tea essence for this soft serve.
Where to Find It: HoneyCreme


Creamier’s version of this classic German cake is made with homemade chocolate sponge cake, dark couveture chocolate and brandied cherries from France.
Where to Find It: Creamier, Island Creamery


Chendol ice-cream from Udders

This local dessert has been transformed into an ice cream, consisting of red bean and coconut, and is made by Island Creamery, the first ice cream parlour in Singapore to pioneer premium ice creams with local flavours. Over at Udders, this local delight is their National Day flavour for 2016.
Where to Find It: Island Creamery, Udders

Chilli Chocolate

Chilli Chocolate ice-cream from The Daily Scoop

Love chocolate and chilli? The Daily Scoop carries your favourite dark chocolate ice cream with a spicy kick!
Where to Find It: The Daily Scoop

Chocolate Sorbet

Made with dark Varlhona chocolate, this dairy-free product is suitable for lactose intolerant or vegetarians/vegans. It’s an intense chocolate product with lesser sin, yet rich in flavour.
Where to Find It: Salted Caramel

Coco Pure

Coco Pure ice-cream from Marble Slab Creamery

A coconut ice cream that is lactose-free, gluten-free and vegan ice creams. Throw away your inhibitions and tuck in one and all!
Where to Find It: Marble Slab Creamery 

Cookie Butter

Cookie monsters will love this ice cream that incorporates the popular Cookie Butter right into the ice cream production!

Where to Find It: Marble Slab Creamery 

Costa Rican Mocha

Amongst the entire range of coffee and tea flavours at Ice Cream Chefs is the Costa Rican Mocha, brewed and lovingly made it into ice cream.
Where to Find It: Ice Cream Chefs

Creme Brulee

Simulating the burnt sugar in the Crème Brulee dessert, this ice cream is one of Ice Cream Chef’s unique top seller.
Where to Find It: Ice Cream Chefs

Danish Nougat

Danish Nougat ice-cream from Andersen’s of Denmark

If you have a craving for nougat, look no further than a taste of this traditional Danish Nougat with almond strips and caramel drizzle at Andersen’s of Denmark, Singapore.
Where to Find It: Andersen’s of Denmark Ice Cream

Earl Grey Lavender

Earl Grey Lavender ice-cream from Creamier

A beautiful creamy flavour infused with French earl grey tea with hints of lavender notes can put you in a state of pure bliss!
Where to Find It: Creamier

Grape Yakult Yogurt

Grape Yakult Yogurt ice-cream from Merely Ice Cream

It can get no more kid-friendly than this refreshingly light concoction using Yogurt and Grape Yakult drink. This works best as a post heavy meal dessert!
Where to Find It: Merely Ice Cream

Kaya Lotee

At Ice Cream Chefs, this isn’t just any Kaya Lotee but apparently, one that has had its share of shimmering glory on CNN Travel. The fragrance of rich pandan kaya has been infused into the ice cream and you must simply have it atop some bread.
Where to Find It: Kaya Lotee at Ice Cream Chefs, Kaya Toast at Creamier, oKAYAlah! At The Daily Scoop

Lychee Rose

Tease the juice out of a local fruit and mix it with a beautiful flower; and you get a simply refreshing combination of fresh lychee juice and rose water. If only it was that easy!
Where to Find It: Seriously Ice Cream

Mao Shan Wang Durian

Mao Shan Wang Durian ice-cream from Udders

Ok, this is not exactly unusual, given that there are over 40 varieties of durian ice cream in Singapore, but being the King of Fruits it deserves a mention. In a Straits Times survey, Udders’ The Mao came up tops. Should we moo or meow, we wonder?
Where to Find It: Udders

Mango Sticky Rice

A popular Thai dessert has been deconstructed into ice cream. This fragrant coconut rice ice cream is layered with sweet mango puree.
Where to Find It: Tom’s Palette

Miso Gula Melaka

Can’t decide if you like it sweet or salty? This sweet and salty combination with coconut palm sugar notes is coupled with umami taste of miso.
Where to Find It: Seriously Ice Cream

Mix Monster

Mix Monster ice-cream at Sweet Monster

Fancy having popcorn with ice cream? This premium soft serve ice cream is made fresh daily in-house every morning and contains more than 75% milk content, with toppings imported from Korea.
Where to Find It: Sweet Monster

Nutty Beer

Nutty Beer ice-cream at Merely Ice Cream

A strong ice cream with a beer base, with chunky sugar crumbles and roasted pistachio nuts mixed in, is certainly something for Dads and Mums but definitely not for the kids!
Where to Find It: Merely Ice Cream

Pandan Gula Melaka

Pandan Gula Melaka ice-cream at HoneyCreme

Inspired by chendol, ice kacang and pandan chiffon cake, this all-natural soft serve from HoneyCreme has a subtle, pandan flavour, layered with crunchy puffed rice, chewy attap chee (palm seeds) and topped off with a sprinkling of sweet and salty preservative-free toasted coconut chips and gula melaka syrup.
Where to Find It: HoneyCreme

Pineapple Tart

Pineapple Tart ice-cream at Island Creamery

If you don’t have enough of pineapple tarts, head down to Island Creamery for their Pineapple Tart ice cream. Zoom in for this only during Chinese New Year!
Where to Find It: Island Creamery

Pulut Hitam

Pulut Hitam ice-cream from Island Creamery

One of the all-time favourites from Island Creamery, this black glutinous rice in coconut ice cream is a sweet delectable delight.
Where to Find It: Island Creamery

Red Velvet Cake

Red Velvet Cake ice-cream from Merely Ice Cream

We’re looking at a cream cheese ice cream base with a generous amount of red velvet cake chunks folded into the ice cream. It’s literally eating a frozen form of the cake.
Where to Find It: Merely Ice Cream

Rose Pu-er

Tea aficionados will appreciate this smoky Chinese tea base with rose water for sweetness.
Where to Find It: Seriously Ice Cream

Salted Caramel

The signature flavour from Salted Caramel, this ice cream is an oxymoronic salty sweet taste made with Fleur de Sel (translates to ‘Flower of Salt’ in French, hand harvested French sea salt).
Where to Find It: Salted Caramel

Salted Egg Yolk

Salted Egg Yolk ice-cream from Tom’s Palette

With every food imaginable available with salted egg yolk here in Singapore, from crabs, prawns to cheese tarts and sliders, so why not one for ice cream? Since 2011, the Salted Egg Yolk has been one of Tom’s Palette’s top-selling flavours. It’s a salty sweet frozen custard with bits of little yolk.
Where to Find It: Tom’s Palette

Sea Salt Gula Melaka

Have the best of both worlds with this Sea Salt Gula Melaka ice cream, a delightful balance of sweet and savoury, using pure palm sugar and hand-harvested sea salt from England.
Where to Find It: Creamier

Stout and Chocolate

Meet Guinness stout, a type of dark beer/dry stout with a distinctive burnt flavor derived from roasted malt barley, in an ice cream together with chocolate.
Where to Find It: Salted Caramel

Tau Sa Piah

Our humble tau sa piah has been concocted into an ice cream with fried mung beans, spiced with white peppers, fried shallots and pandan leaves, and blended in salted coconut cream.
Where to Find It: Creamier

Teh C

Teh C ice-cream from HoneyCreme

An adaptation of the Taiwanese recipe for the Milk Tea, Teh C is our much-loved Singapore beverage in the form of alternating layers of original milk and milk tea soft serve.
Where to Find It: HoneyCreme

Teh Tarik

Our very own local tea is reborn as pulled tea ice cream.
Where to Find It: Island Creamery

Thai Milk Tea

Find comfort in this ice cream inspired by the famous Thai beverage, with its fragrant and rich flavour from a premium Ceylon tea brew and sweet cream at Creamier. Marble Slab Creamery’s Thai Milk Tea is created with real Thai tea leaves for the fragrant taste.
Where to Find It: Creamier, Marble Slab Creamery 

Tiger Sorbet

Tiger Beer fans roar! There’s a sorbet made with just with Tiger Beer.
Where to Find It: Island Creamery

Wasabi Mango

A mix of spicyness and sweetness that hits just the right spot.
Where to Find It: The Daily Scoop


Wineberries ice-cream from Udders

Wine connoisseurs will love this wine-soaked cranberries in a port base ice cream.
Where to Find It: Udders

White Chocolate Nori

Matcha, yes, that’s been pretty normalised. But seaweed? Well, this ice cream is an interesting twist of seaweed blended into an eggless milk ice cream mixed in with chunks of roasted almonds coated with seaweed and white chocolate.
Where to Find It: Tom’s Palette

Yellow Brick Road

This is the perfect pairing of caramelised bananas with brownie chunks.
Where to Find It: The Daily Scoop


Well, we’ve probably just licked the surface. With such an explosion of ice cream flavours here in the ever-growing Singapore ice cream scene, this is one unstoppable adventure you and your kids can embark on. So don’t stay frozen to your seat. Let’s go for a sweet little day out!


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