Which do you like better? Cake or ice cream? Or maybe both? Gula Creamery—the homegrown ice cream parlour and sister brand to Gula Cakery—is introducing brand new premium ice cream cakes in seven thrilling flavours that will leave you wanting more. You will have the opportunity to sample a wide range of ice cream flavours, ranging from rich to fruity.
Experience the joy of ice cream meeting cake while indulging in the chilly sensation that takes you away from the Sun’s torment. Take a look at the wondrous creations from Gula Creamy’s new line-up of savoury ice cream cakes.
“Having seen how much our customers enjoy our light ice cream flavours but also crave the richness of our cakes, I was inspired to marry the best of Gula Cakery and Gula Creamery together to make the ultimate love child. We put a fresh spin on some of our classic crowd favourites so that even our regulars will have something new to enjoy, and as always, made them fun-sized – perfect for sharing with friends and family!” says the founder of both Gula Cakery and Gula Creamery, Arieni Ritzal.
Immerse yourself in the tropical Mango Cheesecake’s super refreshing and fruity flavours, or the juicy berries complemented by a tinge of nutty sweetness from the Raspberry Pistachio, or the nostalgic taste of the Pandan Gula Melaka, emitting that aromatic pandan scent, with the honeyed flavours of gula melaka.
If you prefer richer flavours, try the Biscoff Chocolate Cake and Biscoff Cheesecake, the former made with the finest dark chocolate and the latter with a deep buttery impression.
The menu of cake-flavored milkshakes, which includes more than 24 flavours of Gula Cakery’s cake-inspired flavours such as the Ferrero Rocher Milkshake and Biscoff Cheesecake Milkshake, demonstrates the versatility of the parlour’s creative abilities.
Gula Creamery’s ice cream cakes are priced from RM90 onwards, with discounts of up to 10% on all ice cream cakes available until 21st October. More information can be found on Instagram, and the dessert can be purchased through Beepit.
Neetashini Kanendran contributed to this article