Creamy but tasteless
Creamy but lacking in flavour, tasteless, disappointing. Even the generic icecream has more flavour. I'm looking for vanilla notes in a vanilla icecream, not bland nothing.
Ice cream from this brand was much better years ago. Now the products seem like they are cheaper and lower quality.
I just stirred my favourite flavouring into this icecream. It was just soft enough to roughly mix in some peanut butter and vegemite. A 2 litre tub shrank to 1 litre before my eyes. It must be full of air bubbles to fluff it up. Not a wholesome tasting icecream to begin with.
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Not what is used to be - very disappointed
Seems all the good old ice creams have changed formulas to make more money for their shareholders. Streets Blue Ribbon is certainly one of them. It no longer has that creamy look or taste and is now very ordinary. Only good thing is the range that is now available. Incidentally the Coles (premium) 2L flavoured ice cream is the same stuff. Read the label and compare container with Blue Ribbon. All the same!
terrible plastic packaging
dismayed to discover old favourite had changed packaging to plastic, nowhere near as good, goes icy instead of creamy, no longer favourite.
Was once the best!
Such a shame the recipe has changed as once was the best vanilla ice cream. No longer has that beautiful rich creamy taste, disappointing!
review cardboard container
Hello, Just want to say that the ice-cream is vey good but after while has a cardboard taste from the container which is unpleasant. I hope that streets look at this comment and revise. Cardboard is a good cost saving measure and easy to dispose of but eventually unpleasant.
Blue Ribbon Splice.
Omg...dam..we love it..
Your splice pine lime swirl is to die for. My family can't get enough. We are asking you to make a bigger size, 2 liters just doesn't go far enough. "Please". We buy waffle cones & fill the bottom with hardened chocolate sauce & pack in your splice ice cream. It's the best reward on a hot summers day. We feel like we're on a tropical island, it's so refreshing & addictive. Thank you Blue Ribbon
Questions & Answers
What type of gelatin is used in the Blue Ribbon ice cream? As it doesn't state the code of gelatin. Muslim families can't purchase any "pig fat based" products and I feel as though we're being mislead by missing information. also Colour 120.
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