Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Feng Sushi Team Up With Taywell to Create Ice Creams with Asian Flavours

If you're a fan of fancy ice creams then you'll love this. Artisan ice cream maker Taywell and Japanese restaurant group Feng Sushi have collaborated to create a range of interesting dessert flavours, such as Kaffir lime leaf and coconut ice cream, sweet chestnut ice cream and dark chocolate and wasabi ice cream. Other flavours include Matcha green tea ice cream, and a blood orange sorbet.

Silla Bjerrum, managing director at Feng Sushi said that she was impressed by Taywell and the quality of the new ice creams: "I was impressed by everything Taywell has to offer," she said in a statement. "Firstly, it uses local milk and 40% cream – the next level up from double cream – with egg yolks to achieve an exceptionally smooth texture. Taywell uses only natural sugars and 100% fruit, as well as the highest quality Belgian chocolate, coffee and nut oil. In addition, it uses only 12 to 15% air. Cheaper brands can use up to 250% air to bulk out their products.”

Both brands pride themselves on their commitment to quality and sourcing sustainable ingredients. You can find the ice creams in Feng Sushi restaurants, around London. For more details, take a look at the Feng Sushi or Taywell websites.


  1. Aah interesting! I went to a Feng Sushi PR event recently (in queue to post on the blog) and we had one of Silla's own ice creams, but these sound a great addition to the menu.

    1. I like the sound of the sweet chestnut flavour.... mmmmmm!