Deep South Ice-cream:Boysenberry Ripple

I saw this when I was shopping and had to check it out

Pretty packaging: I fall for it every time.

The Deep South company has a website –http://www.deepsouthicecream.co.nz/en/index.cfm. Their blurbs states:  “We are a New Zealand owned and operated business, manufacturing award-winning ice cream from two factories in the South Island of New Zealand, one in Invercargill and one in Christchurch. Deep South Ice Cream is a member of the New Zealand Ice Cream Manufacturers’ Association (NZICMA) www.nzicecream.org.nz

Om nom nom

This is a 2 Litre Icecream. Oh yeah. It’s at least as good as Tip Top – creamy, rich. There is a lot more  boysensberry in it than it looks from the photo, too. And look at the photo! Look at the gorgeous waves in the icecream – very visually appealing with the boysenberry swirled through the vanilla. Supporting New Zealand Made (and a smaller company than Tip Top) never tasted so good.

I got mine from Countdown, so Foodtown and Woolworths should also stock their range. Prices seem to range between $4.90 and $6.00 ish – depending on whether they are on special or not. Pretty equivalent to the rest! Are you hungry now? Sorry, Sister V!

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Posted on February 25, 2012, in Taste and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. hah, I bought one too, French Vanilla, damn fine and it was cheaper than all the others.yumm..sorry V.

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