Til Gud, Chocoberry and Fresh Orange
Ahmedabad: Havmor Ice Cream, a leading pure milk ice cream brand has introduced three new flavors for this quarter – Til Gud, Chocoberry and Fresh Orange. These three delectable flavors will entice the ice cream lovers with its indigenous taste.
Til Gud, a traditional Indian delicacy enjoyed during Makar Sankranti is now available in the form of ice cream. Havmor is known for its innovation and authentic taste. It comes in the combination of Til (Sesame) and Gud (jaggery). An exclusive and first ever ice cream flavour launched in India focussing on the auspicious Hindu festival – Makar Sankranti. This unique flavor is specially designed for pop-up, scoop and family pack and will be enjoyed by all age groups as it gives the real taste of Til Gud ladoos.
Chocoberry, the name itself signifies the ingredients and taste. It is a concoction of fresh berries and imported chocolate. This scrumptious flavor will allure ice cream lovers with its simple ingredients and rich taste.
Fresh Orange, a seasonal flavor bundled with vanilla and zesty oranges will delight everyone with its luscious and tangy taste.
Havmor is known for rolling out three new flavors every quarter. Thus, the brand has kicked off the New Year celebration with the launch of exciting and on-trend ice cream flavors. These new flavors are designed keeping in mind the traditional, sensational and seasonal consumer demands. These flavors are available in scoops and family packs at all retail outlets of Havmor Ice Cream.
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