Delivering ice cream to the office on a Monday morning doesn't necessarily sound like the best option out there. But, trust us on this, it has its perks.
For one, you might get a solid delivery guy who would make a joke or two about getting ice cream delivered and for two, it'll make surviving Monday that much easier.
So, without much thought and with no idea about the aforementioned perks, we got 3 bowls of ice cream delivered straight to the office. Here's how it went.
Also, their ice cream portions are quite generous, so we suggest maybe getting one of these to share with a friend or two.
We decided to get the Coffee and Almond (Rs. 500), Kulfi (Rs. 550) and Lychee (Rs. 550) ice creams.
Starting with the Kulfi. Absolutely milky, sweetened right and creamy as hell, it was a delight. With plenty of nuts to go with every bite, we enjoyed this one. Nonetheless, we suggest staying away from this if you're not a big fan of milky things.
Next, we have a Coffee and Almond combo. While it does look strangely frozen, 5 minutes in this blistering heat and it'll scoop off like butter. It gave very strong Lankan vibes because it tasted like a solidified version of the kiri kopi you make at home. Perfectly creamy and boasting strong hints of local kopi, we loved it!
Plus, they're very generous when it comes to nuts because we found chunks of almonds in almost every bite. Full points from us.
Finally, we have the Lychee flavoured ice cream. If you haven't already caught up, Frutti Natural ice cream is very very creamy. And this one was no exception. Flavoured with strong hints of lychee without actually finding chunks of it inside, this was worth everything you pay for it. This was a tad sweet because they probably used canned lychee but hey, that's no complaint – we loved it.
Getting your hands on these is pretty easy tbh. All you need to do is call them up and place your order if not, they're also available on PickMe Food if you're in a bit of a hurry.
They're also available at the Good Market where they serve their ice cream in wonderful tiny clay pots. Yeet!