Avocado Fans, You Need To Get Your Hands On This Ice Cream

Avocados are in season!

Yes, avocados are definitely in season-thankfully, despite the unpredictability of the weather. It would be a shame to not take advantage of this flavorful fruit when it is most abundant. If you like avocado in all forms, then you will love Papa Diddi's handcrafted ice cream of the month. This July, Papa Diddi's monthly ice cream subscription features the Avocado Loco!

Papa Diddi's Avocado Loco is topped with Jacobina cookies!
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The Avocado Loco is made with rich avocado ice cream with bits of Jacobina cookies crushed on top. For those of you who aren't familiar with the cookies, Jacobina is a heritage brand from Tagaytay which became popular for the Filipino square biscuit. The Jacobina cookies add a bit of crunch and texture in contrast to the creamy and silky avocado ice cream.

What's a better way to enjoy the season of avocados than with delicious ice cream!
Photo by Bea Faicol
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According to Paul Perez, the owner of Papa Diddi's, "I realized that not everyone is a fan of the avocado. As a matter of fact, some don't eat the fruit and can only take it in the form of shakes and ice cream." 

If you love avocado ice cream and other out-of-the-box ice cream flavors, like popcorn-flavored ice cream, you should definitely subscribe to Papa Diddi's handcrafted ice cream subscription!

Papa Diddi's Avocado Loco is exclusively available through Papa Diddi's ice cream subscription. To sign up for Papa Diddi's Pint Subscription, visit this link. Papa Diddi's Handcrafted Ice Cream is located at 168 Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City.

For more information, follow Papa Diddi's on Facebook and Instagram.

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