We Tried This Cheesecake Ice Cream And It's Sooo Good!

It's only P349 for a huge tin can!

IMAGE Bea Faicol

Cheesecake. It's the dessert that comes in different versions (there's a New York cheesecake, Japanese cheesecake, and Burnt Basque cheesecake that became popular in Metro Manila in 2020).

It comes in different flavors, too, and can be recreated into a different dessert altogether but it will always have that distinct creamy, tangy, and satisfying flavors we all know and love. And that's exactly what we experienced when we got to try a local cheesy ice cream dubbed "Ice Cream Of The Year".

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Ice Cream Of The Year has a name that's spells confidence, which is why it's also such an intriguing dessert because we want to know if it lives up to its name. Here's everything you need to know about it:

Ice Cream Of The Year only churns one flavor: Milk Cheese Ice Cream, and it only comes in a 6x2-inch tin can. This uses a soft, almost whipped cheese ice cream with layers of finely crushed graham biscuits in between, and then finished with another layer of crushed graham on top. 

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The best way to describe the taste is that it's similar to a plain cheesecake but turned into melts-in-your-mouth ice cream. The cheesiness of the ice cream is on the lighter side, while the texture almost feels like what would happen if you combine whipped cream and cream cheese.

The crushed graham biscuits add a touch of sweetness and a bit of texture to each spoonful. It certainly is a crucial part of this Milk Cheese Ice Cream flavor for one to come to the conclusion, "Ah, this is cheesecake!"

Curious to try this out? Ice Cream Of The Year's Milk Cheese Ice Cream costs P349/tin can. You can order this via their website.

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