Kinder Bueno Ice Cream in Singapore
Back in 2018, Kinder Bueno fans around the world were rocked when they announced the launch of a Kinder Bueno Ice Cream series. To their dismay, however, it was only released in Europe, before 2020 saw it hit Malaysian shores. This year, you won’t have to cross any borders to get your hands on these cones, because they’re right here, stocked in FairPrice Finest!
Available in two variants—Kinder Bueno Classic and Kinder Bueno White—you can purchase them in boxes of four cones for $13.95.
Each Kinder Bueno Ice Cream cone comprises hazelnut milk ice cream, with a core of milk chocolate sauce in a crisp wafer cone.
It’s topped with a milk chocolate-hazelnut layer and chocolate flakes, and tastes exactly like the hazelnut-chocolate snack bar!
If you’re interested in Kinder Bueno White, it’s essentially the same, except that instead of the milk chocolate-hazelnut layer, you get a white chocolate version—much like the actual wafer. Instead of chocolate flakes, this comes with granulated chocolate.
In case you were wondering if the Kinder Bueno Ice Cream that’s sold locally is made in the region, these are actually imported directly from Germany, where they’re produced.
LOTTE Turns Popular PEPERO Snack Into Ice Cream Bars, Available At FairPrice
Do note that these ice cream cones aren’t available at all FairPrice outlets; only selected FairPrice Finest branches carry them—Balmoral Plaza, Bedok Mall, Bukit Panjang Plaza, Causeway Point, Changi Airport T3, Clementi Mall, Katong Village, Marine Parade, Seletar Mall, Waterway Point, and Wisteria Mall. They’re currently not for sale on FairPrice Online, but here’s hoping that they will be made available there soon!
In another case of snack-turn-ice cream, LOTTE has turned their popular PEPERO snack into ice cream bars too! If you want to head out for your ice cream fix instead, we’ve got a list of ice cream and waffle places in Singapore that you can check out.
30 Ice Cream and Waffles Cafes In Singapore, Including Those Open Till 2AM
Photos taken by Casandra Nicholas.
This was an independent article by Eatbook.sg
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