Even though the sun seems to have gone away for a little holiday, it doesn’t mean you can’t still indulge in one of the Beechdean range of ice creams, which includes the Loseley ice cream brand.
In 1562 Sir William More built Loseley House right in the heart of the British countryside. Since 1968 Loseley Ice Cream has been made using milk from the More-Molyneux Jersey Herd at Loseley house in Surrey.
The luxury Loseley range ice creams includes flavours like Eton Mess, Honey & Ginger as well as your usual classics. The ice creams are made with deliciously creamy Jersey whole milk and rich double cream, free from artificial additives and preservatives, GMO & gluten free, suitable for vegetarians and totally natural.
And if you want to indulge, but don’t want the kids to know (or share), you can buy them a treat of their own from the Beechdean range: including favourite characters such as Scooby Doo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Spongebog Squarepants, Jelly Belly and The Simpsons.
The Scooby Doo iced snacks come in honeycomb, strawberry and chocolate flavours, and if you want the taste of the fairground, you could instead choose a Jelly Belly cotton candy flavoured lolly.
Beechdean also have their classic Beechdean range with Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry, Mint Chocolate Chip, Honey & Ginger, Sticky Toffee as well as two fruit sorbet variants. On the Beechdean website you can also find some recipes to create using their ice creams, including a banana and vanilla milkshake.
The Beechdean range of products is available from most supermarkets in the freezer section.