It’s a novelty to find an ice cream truck in the country, more so in Baguio. And even more surprisingly that the Fruits in Ice Cream truck is parked not too far away from the FIC Summer Cafe at the Technohub inside Camp John Hay. It’s a good thing ‘coz when the Baguio weather gets too chilly at night, it’s more pleasant to have a dessert fix within the comforts of the cafe, especially that the TecnoHub is such a foodie paradise.
I thought FIC would just be another fancy ice cream brand. The idea of buying from the truck was what attracted Alex and me. I’m happy to have discovered a new love. I found heavenly avocado ice cream among a great selection of Pinoy sorbetes and several not too common and gourmet flavors.
We went to have ice cream again at the FIC Summer Cafe after a heavy Brothers Burger dinner. I had avocado (again!), macapuno and durian.
FIC is dense but really milky and it’s not too sweet. There’s that weird scent that you’d forget about while reveling in the durian flavor.
Gayle says her raspberry was nice. The current bestseller is cookie butter, according to the store. They also have mochi in exciting flavors.
Baguio in the summertime is dreamily cool.