There’s a new ice cream in town to try if you can’t resist White Rabbit candies.
White Rabbit Ice Cream
Known for its creamy and fragrant milk taste, White Rabbit candies have been around for more than half a century, run by state-owned Guan Sheng Yuan in Shanghai, China.
When you start having one, you simply can’t stop.
The same company (under subsidiary Guang Ming 光明) has recently created an ice cream variant of the White Rabbit Candy and it has made its way into FairPrice stores in Singapore.
It is priced at $12 for a box of 5 White Rabbit ice cream sticks.
The new icy treat will likely taste akin to having White Rabbit candies since it’s made from the same company. FairPrice also states it is a genuine White Rabbit authorized ice cream and has a chewy texture.
It is made from fresh milk and single cream from Bright Dairy in China.
Here’s the full list of ingredients: Water, Fresh Milk, Sweetened Condensed Whole Milk, Glucose Syrup, Whole Milk Powder, Whipping Cream, White granulated sugar, Maltodextrin, Butter, Edible Salt, Food Additives (Guar gum, Glyceryl mono and distearate, Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, Xanthan Gum, Carrageenan, Edible Flavor).
You can also purchase the ice cream from FairPrice Online here if you can’t find it at a store near you.
Only while stocks last.