Thai desserts, Part 4

This is the fourth part of the post. I will continue with four more Thai desserts that you should try when you visit Thailand. All of them are ice-cream. Yes, we have several types of ice cream. You can start reading the Thai desserts post from the beginning from here.

Thai ancient ice-cream – ไอติมโบราณ หรือไอติมตัด

Thai ancient ice-cream or is called “ice cream boran” by local is an ice-cream in the form of a small rectangular bar. Nowadays several flavors such as strawberry, orange, mango, coffee, chocolate, milk tea and so on are available to from. This type of ice-cream is more difficult to see than other types on a street. If you come to Bangkok, the place that you can try this ice-cream for sure is at Chatuchak weekend market.


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Thai ice-cream in the steel bucket – ไอติมถัง หรือไอติมหลอด

This type of ice-cream is made from soft drink. Same as Thai ancient ice-cream, this ice-cream is rarely found on the streets nowadays, but you can see it in Chatuchak weekend market.

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 Thai Coconut milk ice-cream – ไอติมกะทิ

Thai coconut milk ice-cream is a Thai ice-cream that you can easily find it on street. Some vendors give you choices; you can choose to put ice-cream in a cone, plastic cup or bread, and then you can choose the toppings that you want such as roasted peanuts, red beans, corn kernels, and coconut sticky rice.

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Thai hottest ice-cream – ไอติมหม้อไฟ

Thai hottest ice-cream or Ice Cream Yod Se is quite popular among locals. This ice-cream looks special because of its receptacle. The ice-cream is served in a hot pot with dry ice inside. You can find this ice-cream at the food court at Terminal21 shopping mall.ThaiHottestIceCream


You can continue reading the next part here.

Have you ever tried these ice creams? Do you like them? Share your experience with me in the comments!

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