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Wanderlust Creamery

I met a culinary historian today and we talked a lot about food from different cultures. Thats what inspires me to write today's blog entry.


Have you heard of Wanderlust Creamery? We drove to Venice late evening to check out this spot. And let me tell you, it is no ordinary ice-cream. The brainchild of Adrienne Borlongan, this brand redefines ice cream with its global influences and yet familiar flavors.


So many creative conceptualizations here and interesting and unusual combinations. Both with dairy and without.

  • Sticky rice with mango, very Thai. She didn't forget the coconut either!

  • Very European hazelnut praline ice-cream

  • Violet and marshmallow flavors, very South of France

  • Filipino influenced ice cream with malted milk and purple yams

  • Matcha, black sesame - so very Japanese

  • Earl Grey ice cream with black tea and bergamot...yeah, you guessed it - British

  • The New Zealand Hokey Pokey with honeycomb candy

  • Brazilian flavors with passion fruit and cacao


The list goes on.


This is a MUST VISIT creamery that celebrates cultures and flavors. You will not regret it.



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