Australian Homemade ice cream is from a Dutch franchise and confectionery company run by the Christophe Schmitz which produces and also sells premium ice cream and chocolate using all natural ingredients. The products incorporated by Australian Aboriginal design.
There are currently above 60 stores found in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Spain, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, United States and the Korea.
One of the six U.S. locations,
ice cream products normally use only natural
ingredients, making this sweet spot and stand out from your
neighborhood DQ. Australian Homemade changes flavors every
weekly, with the exception of vanilla and chocolate, and offers
the number of sorbets as well. Whichever flavor you chose,
you would definitely not be disappointed. Try the waffle cone
dipped in bittersweet chocolate with any of combination flavors
starting at $3. If the ice
cream isn’t what
you’re craving, give their handmade Belgian chocolates
at least once over. Be sure to ask for fewples first: Some
of the chocolate “Dreamer” selections
(No. 420, made with the orange and coconut filling and covered
in chocolate, just for example) are an acquired taste.
The “Bronzers” category actually differs from “Dreamer” because they are nine selections which are made with mostly nuts. Eachs Bronzer is always surrounded by chocolate edges and masquerade for a tasty attempt to make chocolate seem healthy. No. 612 has almonds, black cherries, caramel, hazelnut cream and also milk chocolate, and was more then worth the $3. Great as gifts, pick up a six-, 12-, 18- or 32-box before your next dinner party and wow your hosts with cocoa expertise. (Homemade offers a handout with all the chocolaty details.) If you’re not very sure of what looks good, try the pre-made themed boxes. Forgot the first anniversary of your second kiss in her favorite restaurant? Grab the “Love Pack,” which includes an aphrodisiac from South Africa and will be sure to melt her heart.