Here are five must-have brands to stock in your freezer, each a sweet reminder of joy and satisfaction.
Here are five must-have brands to stock in your freezer, each a sweet reminder of joy and satisfaction. L: Jaatre R: NOTO

Beat The Heat With 5 Homegrown Artisanal Ice Cream Brands

As the summer sun graces us with its warmth, we present a curated selection of ice cream labels to help you conquer the heat with comforting flavours. From nostalgic popsicles that bring back childhood memories to rejuvenating fruit-infused ice creams, here are five must-have brands to stock in your freezer; each of them a sweet reminder of joy and satisfaction. 

1. Jaatre

Jaatre isn't just an ice cream brand; it's a celebration of delightful flavours and conscious consumption. Each flavour is churned with minimal sugar, letting all of its ingredients sing on their own. From classics like Chocolate and Vanilla to exotic fruit-infused ice creams like pink guava and jamun, their menu has something for every ice cream connoisseur. They have also developed a love affair of various flavours like rose strawberry, mascarpone & cocoa, and vanilla blueberry. Embracing the principles of the 4Rs, Jaatre strives to minimize its ecological footprint by using terracotta tubs and coconut shell bowls. The brand aims to nurture both, the nature and our taste buds. 

Check out their website here.

2. Amadora

At Amadora, ice cream is a labour of love. Partnering with the best local suppliers with a dash of imagination, each flavour tells a story of craftsmanship and culinary passion. From classic flavours to creative twists and baked goods, every scoop is a taste of pure joy. But Amadora's dedication extends beyond the confines of its kitchen. Focusing on community engagement, quality, value, and fun, the brand strives to positively impact the world, one scoop at a time. 

Check out their website here.

3. Papacream

Papacream is the brainchild of Tanvi Chowdhri, a mechanical engineer turned ice cream entrepreneur. She aimed to bring world-class experiential ice creams and sorbets to India, making gourmet ice cream accessible to all. As an investment banker in New York, Tanvi's passion for food led her to spend her weekends exploring the kitchens of her favourite chefs and researching world food trends, bringing all her knowledge back to India. Papacream offers a spectrum of indulgences, from milk-based treats to vegan and sugar-free options. Each product is a testament to craftsmanship and creativity, inviting customers to savour the finer things in life. 

Check out their website here.

Here are five must-have brands to stock in your freezer, each a sweet reminder of joy and satisfaction.
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4. Noto

For health-conscious people who constantly crave a sweet treat, NOTO ice cream is a perfect addition to your freezer. It brings healthy, low-calorie, high-protein ice creams with zero added sugar to the millennial Indian with an incurable sweet tooth. Each product on its menu is a good-for-you dessert you can binge on guilt-free, not just cheat days. Their menu ranges from popsicles, vegan frozen desserts, ice cream bites, and mithais. It aims to disrupt the common myth that if it's easy on the calories, it won't satiate the taste buds. Noto aims to revolutionize how people indulge their sweet cravings, one dessert at a time.

Check out their website here.

5. Oh Dough 

Oh Dough, founded by Ritika Chawla, isn't just a cookie haven but a sanctuary for artisanal ice cream enthusiasts. Complementing their freshly baked cookies and aromatic coffee, their artisanal ice cream selection is a treasure trove of flavours. From the indulgent Chocolate Fudge to the exotic Peanut Black Truffle, each scoop is a symphony of taste. Beyond the taste, Oh Dough offers a haven for a healthy sugar rush, where every bite tells a story of craftsmanship and passion. It's a must-visit for those craving culinary adventures in Mumbai. Cookies, coffee and ice cream all in one place, what could be better than this?

Check out their website here.

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