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Choco Butternut-Inspired Ice Cream Exists and Here's Where You Can Order

It's available for a limited time only.
Choco Butternut-Inspired Ice Cream Exists and Here's Where You Can Order
IMAGE The Lost Bread
It's available for a limited time only.
Choco butternut doughnuts are a longtime Filipino favorite, thanks to their distinctive bittersweet, lightly spiced and nutty flavor. But if you've ever dreamt of having its goodness but in a cool and creamy form, you're in luck: for a limited time, The Lost Bread will be offering Choco Butternut Ice Cream!

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Choco-butternut doughnut fans, this one's for you!
PHOTO BY The Lost Bread
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The Coco Butternut Ice Cream has a chocolate ice-cream base mixed with real doughnut chunks and orange coconut sugar to boot. You can get a pint for P250 or a one-liter tub for P450—just log onto their website for orders. This special flavor will only be available until November 30, so catch it while you can!

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The Lost Bread is a homegrown dessert establishment known for their quirky soft-serve and ice cream creations, with flavors like the '90s Kids Mix and Fun Fair Popcorn. In 2019, they made it to travel website Big 7 Travel’s list of the 50 best ice-cream parlours in the world.

The Lost Bread's '90s Kids Mix ice cream has Iced Gems in the mix!
PHOTO BY The Lost Bread
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The Fun Fair Popcorn, on the other hand, has caramel and chocolate popcorn mixed in.
PHOTO BY The Lost Bread

Still hankering for ice cream in one-of-a-kind flavors? Just some of our other favorites that you can order in Manila are Kurimu's Shoyu Caramel and Merry Moo's Cheesy Mamon.

Kurimu makes Shoyu Caramel (yep, that's soy sauce caramel) ice cream! It works, we promise.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Kurimu
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Merry Moo's Cheesy Mamon is perfect for lovers of salty + sweet.
PHOTO BY Merry Moo

For orders, check out The Lost Bread's website. For more information, check out The Lost Bread's Facebook page.

*This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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