Taking ice cream to a whole other level
After a delightful dinner at Kaza Maza with Diana, fellow food blogger of Foodology and her friend Jess, we decided to walk off the meal by heading towards Les Givrés for a cold treat. I had been to Les Givrés before around Christmas time, in search of one of their famous bûches de Nöel or the unique igloo/marshmallow ice cream cake. At the time they were all out, and would be for the rest of the season, probably a good indicator of their wild popularity.
Known for their handmade, artisanal products, Les Givrés takes ice creams to a whole other level. Everything is home made, from the cones to the bases of the ice creams to the treatment of the toppings, endeavouring to make ice cream a permanent fixture in the household, -20 degree temperature come winter be damned! And it seems as if they’re succeeding.
Without further ado, we chose our flavours: coffee, pistachio and matcha suisen. These were all well made. The first tasted distinctly of coffee – I wouldn’t be surprised if the amount of caffeine in that one could actually give you a mini boost of energy!
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