Ice cream is only as good as its ingredients and flavor. Sure, vanilla and chocolate are good, but they get boring after a few scoops. What gets ice cream lovers exited are interesting flavors made with quality ingredients, and Wanderlust Ice Cream in Los Angeles delivers both in every scoop.
Inspired by the founders’ own dreams of wanderlust and their memories of travel and the flavors they have experienced, Wanderlust Ice Cream transports you to another place with every lick. It’s “artisanal ice cream inspired by travel,” as they say.
Both creamy and light, their ice cream is satisfying and refreshing all at once. Whether you choose their dairy-free, vegan flavors or their ice cream made with 100% organic milk, you will not find ice cream more scrumptious and exciting than this.
Wanderlust’s flavors are inspired by flavors from all over the world. From their Thailand-inspired sticky rice and mango vegan ice cream to their Iceland-inspired pretzel-infused ice cream, you’re sure to find a flavor you love. They also have many more flavors inspired by the Caribbean, Great Britain, France, and South America.
While all of their flavors are worth trying, if you could only choose one I would suggest their seasonal Philippines-inspired ube ice cream. A popular flavor in the Philippines, ube is a purple yam with a delicious sweetness perfect for making into ice cream.
This ice cream made with malted milk is one of those desserts that will ruin you for all others. A beautiful vibrant purple, you’d almost rather preserve its delicate shape and color than eat it. That it, until you take your first lick, at which point all bets are off and you proceed to gobble it up in furious licks and nibbles.
Don’t waste your time ordering a single scoop of this bliss in a cone, you’ll just end up back in line for more.