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Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Whilst shopping in Westfield, Stratford in London, I came accross an ice cream boutique with a difference.
The well known brand Magnum are offering customers the chance to create their own bespoke ice cream.
There is a menu on the wall. You begin by choosing between vanilla ice cream and chocolate. You then select 3 toppings of your choice from a wide selection (I went with edible rose petals, blue poppy seeds and cocoa nibs) and then choose a chocolate coating and a chocolate drizzle.
At £3, it is about £1 more than you'd pay for a single Magnum in your corner shop, without the added bonus of the extra toppings and drizzle. It was a fun experience, and I enjoyed tucking into my creation, which is shown in the image above.