What can I say, I’m a sucker for salted caramel and so as soon as I saw that Kokkion had that as one of their flavours, I was handing over my money.

The great thing about it – and the other flavours on offer – is that they’re handcrafted in Kokkion’s ice cream lab and use top quality ingredients including fresh Greek cow milk, French chocolate and nuts from all over the world.

They offer sorbets too if you’re lactose intolerant or vegan.

As well as cones and takeaway tubs, you can buy bigger tubs for at home too and they’ve got great coffee and cakes on offer too. I couldn’t resist buying a mini pistachio loaf and it was delicious.

I paid €2.50 for a small tub – it’s €4 for two flavours and €5.80 for three and €0.50 more for a cone. The cake was around €1.

I highly recommend!

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