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Try turon, buko pie ice cream from this local shop

Steph Arnaldo
Try turon, buko pie ice cream from this local shop

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Enjoy your favorite Pinoy delicacies in ice cream form from Merry Moo

When classic local delicacies and artisanal ice cream come together, you get Merry Moo’s new line-up, which features sweet turon and creamy buko pie.

The local ice cream shop transforms the favorite street food treat into a creamy and sweet banana-flavored ice cream, with caramelized chunks of banana chips and otap bits mixed together. The ice cream also has a hint of langka (jackfruit), thanks to the homemade jam incorporated into the ice cream base.

If you’re a fan of creamy buko pie, you’ll enjoy Merry Moo’s new buko pie flavor – their vanilla ice cream base is milky, slightly sweet, and subtly coconut-y, and has big chunks of flaky, buttery buko pie crust mixed inside.

Merry Moo also has a new crème brûlée flavor, featuring their creamy vanilla base topped with a crunchy caramelized sugar disc.

All flavors cost P145 for a 100 ml serving and P420 for a 473 ml pint.

Customers can place their orders for delivery via Merry Moo’s website. Same-day delivery is allowed if orders are placed before 5 pm. Merry Moo can deliver within Metro Manila, Antipolo, and Taytay. –

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.