Creamier to launch Kaya Toast, Kopi-Peng & Teh-Peng as new ice cream flavours, available till 31 Oct

by Natalie Lim

These few days have been a wild ride. Besides the Olympics sending all of us into a frenzy, Singaporeans have also cried over the loss of one important thing. No, not the defeat of Joseph Schooling — we’re talking about the announcement of 23 August not being a holiday, despite the postponed National Day Parade (NDP).

For those whose shoulders are heavy with burden, we’ve at least one good thing to perk you up. To celebrate the upcoming National Day, local ice cream cafe Creamier will be launching three new ice cream flavours.

Creamier’s new ice cream flavours from $3.90

Photo: Creamier

Inspired by local breakfast fare, the flavours are Kopi-Peng, Teh-Peng, and Kaya Toast. It isn’t just any run-of-the-mill replica, though. Made in collaboration with traditional coffee roaster Kim Guan Guan (KGG), these new Creamier ice cream flavours are to be taken seriously.

Photo: Creamier

Made with KGG’s locally roasted robusta coffee powder, the Kopi-Peng has a flavour similar to traditional sock-brewed local coffee. The new Creamier ice cream is big in flavour and holds a luxuriously soft and velvety mouth-feel, so a scoop of it will wake you right up.

Also a collaboration with KGG, the Teh-Peng is created with Kenyan black tea dust and caramelised milk, boasting a full-bodied flavour that pairs well with the sweetness of the milk. 

A breakfast staple in Singapore, it’s no surprise that the Kaya Toast has made its way onto the dessert table. The pandan-flavoured ice cream is made from fresh pandan leaves and caramelised coconut milk, then mixed with a generous amount of buttered toast. 

Photo: Creamier

These three new Creamier ice cream flavours cost S$3.90 per scoop, but you can also take home a pint at S$12.90.

To call dibs on the new flavours, you can pre-order the ice cream via Creamier’s online shop on 1 August. The ice cream will then be available at all Creamier outlets and food delivery platforms from 6 August onwards.

Keep in mind that dining-in is still restricted, but you can opt to takeaway or deliver these sweet treats to your doorstep. 

The new ice cream flavours will be available for purchase till 31 October, so there’s plenty of time to try them. 

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