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Papa Diddi's introduces first ice cream pint subscription

Papa Diddi’s Handcrafted Ice Cream offers the country’s first ever pint subscription service. Ice cream lovers of all ages can now enjoy and indulge in the sweet delight that is only Papa Diddi’s.

Papa Diddi's introduces first ice cream pint subscription

Subscribers will get two handcrafted and hand-packed pints delivered fresh straight to their doorstep – with a surprise every month.

“We have been known to be very prolific in making new flavors, yet people have difficulty trying it because we are based in Maginhawa. This subscription service allows us to reach out to the whole Metro,” says Paul Perez, founder of Papa Diddi’s.

“In coming up with new flavors, we do our best to make sure that the flavors have universal appeal, yet unique as it’s the only one of its kind in the metro,” he adds.

Papa Diddi’s creates new and exclusive flavors – pushing the boundaries on what is possible with ice cream by using produce and products from farms, markets, and gardens all over the country, such as fresh carabao’s milk from local dairy farmers as ice cream base – to ensure a different and elevated ice cream experience.

The pint subscription has 3-month, 6-month, 9-month or 12-month options, and every after the 20th day of the month, all subscribers will start receiving their pints!

All one has to do is fill out the form which can be found in Papa Diddi’s Facebook page and send it to [email protected]. Subscription forms are also available in-store.

Papa Diddi's introduces first ice cream pint subscription

So sign up and gift yourself and your loved ones the gift of sweetness – gift yourself pints of Papa Diddi’s Handcrafted Ice Cream because #YouDIDDIserveIt!

Topics: Papa Diddi , Handcrafted Ice Cream , Paul Perez , #YouDIDDIserveIt
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