Meet Aice: The Affordable Singaporean Ice Cream Is Now Available In Manila

The price ranges from P10 to P26 only!

How can an ice cream that costs P10 good? Sometimes, with a stroke of luck, you will find these popsicles or tubs of ice cream hidden in inconspicuous places and branded with names you haven’t even heard of. 

Left to right: Aice’s Sweet Corn (P15) and Semangka (P10).
Photo by Bea Faicol

Meet Aice, a Singaporean ice cream brand that came to Indonesia which has adorable and delicious popsicles for a ridiculously affordable price. These aren’t available in every grocery or convenience store (yet). You will most likely see these sold from resellers who franchised Aice—they can vary from home businesses, restaurants, or your “suking tindahan.

Aice’s Semangka is dotted with chocolate crisps to mimic watermelon seeds.
Photo by Bea Faicol

Aice’s Milk Melon popsicle only costs P12!
Photo by Bea Faicol

One of the talked-about ice creams from Aice is the Semangka (P10), which is an Indonesian word that translates to watermelon. Semangka is a watermelon-flavored popsicle that looks like a slice of watermelon! It even has chocolate crispies to mimic the watermelon seeds. Aice’s Milk Melon (P12), on the other hand, is a milky and creamy melon flavor that’s similar to Melona. The Milk Melon popsicle comes in a layer of pastel green and pastel pink-colored ice cream.

Aice’s Strawberry Crisp has vanilla and strawberry ice cream inside the milky shell.
Photo by Bea Faicol

If you love mais con yelo or sweet corn, you should try Aice’s Sweet Corn (P15). The Sweet Corn popsicle smells, tastes, and looks like corn! This ice cream waffle has a sweet corn, and milky flavor tucked inside a corn-shaped waffle. For fans of strawberry desserts, Aice’s Strawberry Crisp (P19) is a vanilla and strawberry flavored ice cream swirled together inside a milky shell. 


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Aice’s Torch Coffee is made with coffee ice cream coated in a layer of a crispy chocolate shell.
Photo by Bea Faicol

Aice’s line of ice cream won’t cost you a fortune as the price ranges from P10 to P26. They also have a variety of well-loved chocolate flavors like the Crispy Choco (P19), Chocolate Stick (P10), and the Chocolate Cup (P26), fruity flavors like the Mango Slush Stick (P20) and the Nanas – Pineapple (P10), and more unique flavors like the Coffee Crispy Stick (P16), Milk Stick (P10), Cone Taro (P16) and Mochi Vanilla (P15).

We got our stash of Aice ice cream at 37 B West Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig (near Ramen Cool, Sebby’s Grill and Aqua Safe).

For more information on resellers and franchising inquiries, follow Aice Philippines on Facebook.


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