Remember That Viral Chili Sundae? Here’s a Similar Dessert Available Locally
Merry Moo's only got limited stock of this special flavor available.
(SPOT.ph) In January, McDonald's in China had the Internet buzzing for a strange but intriguing dessert they had on their menu for a limited time. Yup, we're talking about the Youpo Lazi sundae—a.k.a. soft-serve ice cream topped with spicy chili oil! It was only available for one day, and not a lot of people are traveling overseas right now—but if you're curious about the combination, here's where you can try a similar dessert locally. For Chinese New Year, Merry Moo is offering their own limited Chili Crisp Ice Cream!\
Yummy Chili Sundae
The Chili Crisp Ice Cream has a salty vanilla ice-cream base mixed with crunchy caramel bits, plus spicy Sichuan peppers. The result? A savory-sweet scoop where the heat of the chili is matched by the coldness of the ice cream! A 100-ml cup goes for P145, while a 473-ml pint goes for P420. Note that only five to 10 cups and 21 pints are available, so you'll want to place your orders ASAP! Just visit their website; Merry Moo accepts payments made through credit or debit card, GCash, and over-the-counter deposit slips.
Merry Moo is a local ice-cream shop that churns up premium ice cream using non-ultra heat treated dairy sourced from Laguna farmers. Their ice-cream line includes basics like French Vanilla and Sea Salt Caramel, as well as more playful flavors like Polvoron and Cheesy Mamon.
For orders, visit Merry Moo's website.
this strange new world.