Scoop a Cone Ramadan Gift

By | August 12, 2012

Last week I received a big fat pink bag from Scoop a Cone while fasting.

Peeking inside, I knew I was in trouble for I couldn’t wait for iftar and dessert with tea time to arrive. Three different boxes with three different new types of ice creams were inside.

Come tea time later on that day, it was time to navigate through the boxes. The first box contained ice cream bonbons on a stick. Little tiny colorful ice cream balls, bite sized, encased in a crusty chocolate topping.

Different colors means different flavors: Strabwerry, Lemon, Chocolate, Hazelnut Chocolate, Pistachio, and their Ramadan Special “Rahash” which is made from Sesame paste.

Next came the little tiny cones. Its exactly like the ice cream bonbons but instead of a stick there is a tiny teeny biscuit cone. Less messy, more taste, and extremely cute!

Last but not least was the box of ice cream cookie sandwiches!

Two cookies with an ice cream layer in between dipped in chocolate coating and mounted on a stick.

It was good but the portion is big plus the biscuit is too crunchy for my taste. I like my cookies a bit soggy. I preferred the little ice creams because, well, I can eat as many different flavors as I want and I still end up eating just a few bites. Yum!

Thank you Scoop a Cone for the delicious Ramadan gift. Perfect for a Summer with Ramadan! Akramkom Allah and 3asakom min 3owadah :)

You can order these treats from Scoop a Cone by calling 23824093 or 23930607. For more information about Scoop a Cone you can check their website (link), their facebook page (link), follow them on Instagram (@Scoop_a_Cone).


7 Responses to “Scoop a Cone Ramadan Gift”

  1. bokhaloodie says:

    yummi yummi looks so yummi.. nice pics and great post sis 😉

  2. noon says:

    ya7alathoom yshawqoooon!
    ashwa iny ma sheft hal post gabel ilfu6oor ;D

    • danderma says:

      Looooool!
      Now there is another futoor tomorrow insha2 Allah! Don’t remember these :p

  3. Tina says:

    yshawgoon , I bet one is not enough, bil3afya.