Maltesers and Horlicks Fans, This Gelato Is Made for You!

Get a double dose of malted milk.

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ILLUSTRATOR Warren Espejo

Malted milk is said to be the "umami bomb of dessert" for its one-of-a-kind nutty, creamy flavor. Some of its more popular forms are Horlicks, the malted-milk powder that's usually turned into a drink or blended into milkshakes; and Maltesers, the British candy that consists of crisp malted-milk balls covered in milk chocolate. One online seller in Cebu ingeniously combines the two into a smooth and creamy dessert that'll have you licking your lips: say hello to Below Zero's Milky Way gelato!

Malted-milk fans, you need to try this gelato!
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Horlicks and Maltesers give the Milky Way gelato a malty, milky profile in a format that's as smooth and creamy as can be. Have it by itself, use it in a milkshake, or use it to top a warm chocolate chip cookie for an even more indulgent experience! A pint goes for P350, and trust us, you won't want to stop at just one.

It's malted-milk goodness in a cool, smooth, and creamy format.
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You'll want to check out Below Zero's other gelato variants, too. Aside from the Milky Way, other flavors on their lineup include the Choco Loco (P350/pint) with dark chocolate, brownie chunks, and chocolate syrup; the Salt Bae (P350/pint) a.k.a. salted caramel; the Yin & Yang (P350/pint) which highlights roasted black sesame; and the Kahlua Coffee (P360) which has the liquor of the same name.

For more information, check out Below Zero on Facebook or Instagram.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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