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Makers of Papa Diddi’s launch new Kalye Sorbetes brand

Steph Arnaldo
Makers of Papa Diddi’s launch new Kalye Sorbetes brand
Dirty ice cream at home? Kalye Sorbetes offers ube-keso, cheese, chocolate, and coffee-pandesal flavors.

The maker behind local brand Papa Diddi’s, known for their creamy carabao’s milk ice cream, has introduced a new brand called Kalye Sorbetes: a delivery-only version of the traditional dirty ice cream, made with cow’s milk.

CHOCOLOCAN. Photo courtesy of Kalye Sorbetes

Kalye Sorbetes churns their take on the classic Pinoy treat in small batches daily for maximum freshness. Their sorbetes is available in 5 flavors, inspired by Metro Manila’s iconic streets – there’s the milk-chocolate Chocolocan, made with local tablea and choco bits; the Manggahan with dried mango bits; and the Ubelt, made with ube halaya and cheddar cheese bits.

UBELT. Photo courtesy of Kalye Sorbetes

The Quezo Avenue is all about the cheese, while the Kape Del Pan is made of arabica bean coffee and bread bits, inspired by the classic pandesal-dipped-in-coffee combo.

QUEZO AVENUE. Photo courtesy of Kalye Sorbetes
KAPE DEL PAN. Photo courtesy of Kalye Sorbetes

Kalye Sorbetes’ offerings can be ordered for next-day delivery via Instagram. Their hub is based along Xavierville Avenue, Katipunan, Quezon City. – Rappler.com

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.