Growing up, Magnolia Ice Cream has been a big part of my family. It never failed to accompany us on every special occasion and celebration. Magnolia pioneered the ice cream industry in the Philippines in 1925 and after a few years , it became the number one ice cream in the country. That’s is why I was shocked when it suddenly became Magnolia Nestle.
Like me, a lot of consumers got confused. I stopped buying Magnolia Nestle ice cream. The tub bore the brand name but it didn’t taste like the old Magnolia Ice Cream I was used to. No worries now, though, Magnolia is back and during a recent momblogger event, they introduced us to the three Limited Edition Flavorsthat they have this Christmas. I’ll start with the flavor that I liked best…
I didn’t say that I didn’t like it.It was also very delicious but since I’m not a fan of praline, it didn’t become a favorite. Thank you Magnolia for letting us take home all three flavors for our families to enjoy!
All three flavors are available in supermarket, groceries, Monterey outlets and selected Petron treats and shops until February 2011.