Iscreamist

Iscreamist
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Last 2012, stories about their Iscreamist experience flooded my Facebook feed and even on my Twitter but wasn't able to try it out for myself due to store venue is far from where we live. Anyway, hubby was craving for Rodics' Tapsilog thus we proceed to their Maginhawa branch along with my sister and Tita. Since we are already in the area, we finally decided to do a little food hopping starting off with Iscreamist which is located at 46 D Magiting Street, Teacher's Village, East Diliman, 1101 Diliman District, Quezon City, Philippines.

Of course, we tried their well-known product which they called "Dragon's Breath" in S'mores. They actually have a lot of flavors to choose from but unfortunately when we visited the only available flavor was the S'mores. I know too bad, haha.

Iscreamist
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Dragon's Breath Smores Iscreamist
Dragon's Breath S'mores and Liquid Nitrogen

Dragon's Breath Smores Iscreamist

Basically, what you will do is to dip the S'mores on the liquid nitrogen for about 5 to 7 seconds and you will become an instant dragon, haha. Anyway, I provided a video for you to see what I am talking about. The video has no audio because I edited it and didn't even bother to put on some music. Also, please bear with how I look on the video, haha.

video

MY FINAL SAY

I think the price of their S'mores is a little high because the serving is only a little big for a bite size but you still can eat everything. If I remember it correctly, S'mores cost at around Php 25 or Php 35 each. Also, store space is small like it can only accommodate around 5 groups or not. All I know is that their store is really small. Same with their parking lot, store front can only accommodate around 3 cars maybe but you can park on the nearby store.

A little FYI, although liquid nitrogen is safe to eat it is still suggested to not play around with it so be very cautious with the liquid inside the Styrofoam cup for it will not fool around with you.

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QUESTIONS:

  • Have you tried Iscreamist's Dragon's Breath?
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32 comments:

  1. New twist in life...new product to patronize. You deserve to discovered that thing.

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  2. wow! thank you for this post sweety!!. I'm interested in trying Isceamist's Dragon's Breath!! :))

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  3. There's a lot of good food places in Teachers Village. I want to try Iscreamist too.

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    1. There are really a lot of good and interesting places.

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  4. i think this is awesome, il visit this soon:) as i also miss UP hihi.

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    1. Speaking of UP, I miss the isawan there.

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  5. Carl: I havent tried Iscreamist's Dragon's Breath but I think this(the store) is a great place to hang out right?

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    1. It is but since the place is a little small then there is no way that you can really stay that long especially if there are a lot of customers.

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  6. Patapangan na ito. I guess I have to try din. will I be a dragon? lol

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  7. 'smore!!! I haven't heard about this, maybe I'm just too outdated with the new kind of foods? But I think it's cool!! It kind of reminds me those bubble tea when I was younger. I hope I can also try this some time!

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    1. When it comes to food age doesn't really matter, IMHO. My tita who is on her 40s gamely join us and tried the Dragon's Breath.

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  8. Oh, I'm planning to go here this year. But I still have a lot of places on my list. So how was the 'Smores? Are they any good? A friend who went there said, they're okay but not something I'd crave for.

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    1. Can you share your list, pretty please? :) Well, just like what your friend said. It is good but I won't really be craving for it.

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  9. Oh this is so cool! Haven't tried it yet I want some too Oh S'mores my fave :))
    Hope I can visit this place soon

    Xoxo
    Yesha
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  10. I can't see the video. It would be cool to see what liquid nitrogen looks like... Sounds like a fun treat area with friends.

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    1. Really? I can see the video on my end. Anyway, will go and check it. Thank you for informing me. Also, liquid nitrogen only looked like plain water but of course they are different in terms of liquid substance/property.

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  12. Haven't heard about the place until today. hehe! The venue is way far from where I stay and I don't think I can get to try out their Dragon's Breath. hehe

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    1. Awww! Maybe you can try it out kapag napadpad ka sa teacher's village :)

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  13. Wow! I have to try that liquid nitrogen thing. It sounds so "chemist"-y and cool. :)

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    1. It is really a different kind of experience.

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  14. will take note of this cool thing to try! hihih! lakas nga makadragon :)

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