This Vegan Watermelon Ice Cream Sandwich Has Landed In Australia

A renowned South Korean ice-creamery has brought its vegan creation to Melbourne - and the internet has gone crazy for it
This non-dairy ice cream has whipped the internet into a frenzy (Photo: @kgshow Instagram)

A South Korean-based dairy ice cream company has made its debut in Melbourne, offering an innovative vegan watermelon ice-cream sandwich.

Milkcow, which has become the fastest growing ice-cream chain in Asia, is known for its organic soft serve treats - and is now tapping into the non-dairy market with its new creation.

The Instagram-worthy treat has been making the rounds online (Photo: @_piruthivei Instagram)

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The vegan dessert - watermelon slices with chocolate chip 'seeds' stuffed with pink watermelon soft serve and Himalayan rock salt sprinkles - has been making the rounds on social media.

Designed by renowned pastry chef Dominique Ansel, the organic and gluten-free treat was first served in the chain's Tokyo store.

Milkcow's watermelon ice cream sandwich will be available for a limited run throughout summer in Melbourne.


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