Put your mind at rest! Our berry ice creams and sorbets are safe to eat. None of the berries we use are grown or processed in China – we source boysenberries from NZ, blueberries from Canada, and all the others are either local or from Chile.
So all good and berry berry delicious.
Gong Hey Fat Choi!
And what better way to welcome the Chinese New Year than with a brand new champion ice cream trophy – though not for a brand new flavour… Death by Chocolate has now notched up no less than 6 trophies in its illustrious history. The Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy judges decided in their infinite wisdom that this was the best premium ice cream in competition. And who are we to argue with them?
Certainly my good friend Steve from Paradise Beach Purveyors wasn’t arguing! He took the Champion Dip award for his exceptional tzatziki.
We also got to taste 5 of the best cheeses in the country from Meredith Dairy, & Berry’s Creek Gourmet Cheese, among others.
Mmmmmm – full fat dairy goodness for all!
Goodbye 2014, Hello 2015! Whatever your favourite flavour of fireworks, wishing you all a happy safe and very tasty New Year! We’ll see you there very soon with great new frozen treats to ENJOY!!!… X
Your last minute Christmas dessert is still in our freezer! Fab festive fun from freezer to table in less than a minute – Christmas pudding ice cream bombes, White Christmas (ice cream) trees, teeny pudding truffles in Belgian chocolate (pictured), or a straight up famous pudd frozen from Grandma’s recipe, till 5pm today or 1pm tomorrow.
Seasoned Greetings to you all!
Not just champion trophy winning deliciousness, our ice cream is also carbon neutral. And because of this we’re a finalist in the 2014 Green Globe Awards, to be announced 30th October. Want to know more? http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/greenglobes/2014/small-business-sustainability.htm
Our new favourite flavour, which also just happens to be one of the most addictive ice creams ever, has just taken the Champion Ice Cream Trophy at the Royal Melbourne Fine Food Awards. Salty Pistachio Praline was awarded 99.5 points. It works well with everything from persian orange pudding or lemon syrup cake to beer, and back to the more traditional ice cream accompaniments like waffle cones, chocolate cake, and spooning it fresh from the tub. And clearly the experts agree…
It’s rather like salted caramel taken to the next level with freshly roasted pistachios and our own home-made pistachio praline. OMG Yes!
Following up from our trophy haul at the Royal Queensland Food & Wine Show, we have appointed a new distributor. Say “Hi” to Nick and Martin and the team from Tomewin Farm. If you’re a good food retailer (or you know one who would like to stock our product) or you have a restaurant, catering or other food service business in Qld, you can contact them on 07 5519 4438 or email@example.com
Our Grand Jaffa, an indulgently rich Belgian dark chocolate ice cream laced with Grand Marnier has taken out not 1, not 2 but THREE Champion Trophies at the Royal Queensland Food & Wine Show, in their annual ice cream & sorbet competition. Champion Flavoured Ice Cream (or Gelato), Champion Ice Cream (or Gelato), and Grand Champion Ice Cream Gelato or Sorbet trophies all went to this totally luscious flavour.
But wait! There’s more! Our Mango Sorbet also took out the Champion Sorbet trophy. Maybe that’s because we only use gorgeous Qld Kensington Pride mangoes…
We were also awarded 6 gold medals (including one for our brand new sorbet: Spiced Plum) and 19 silver or bronze medals. Totally delicious results!
Be the King or Queen of Hearts on Valentine’s Day with our seductive ice cream hearts coated in Belgian chocolate ganache. The Queen (pictured): Boysenberry & Raspberry in Belgian white chocolate finished with strawberry coulis or The King: Dark chocolate & Espresso ice creams coated in almond studded Belgian dark chocolate ganache, finished with our own uber-luscious salted caramel sauce.
Availabile exclusviely at David Jones city & Bondi stores from our Miss Dipity carts, and at our factory shop in Marrickville. You are sure to melt hearts with these…
Hey folks, wondering when you can come and wish us the best of the silly season? Or pick up some special goodies from our factory store? We are open Monday to Friday 9-5, and Saturday 10-2. We CLOSE at 3pm on Christmas Eve, and re-open on Monday 30 December. Then we’re closed again for New Year’s Day. After that, it’s business as usual my friends. We wish you all a very delicious and serendipitous Merry Christmas…