No visit to the seaside would be complete without ice cream, and since I can't have regular cone ice creams due to gluten allergy I decided to make do with these new Daim ice cream sticks instead. I've had my eye on these ever since they first appeared in Morrisons, but with an RRP of £2.49 I found them a bit too pricey. However they were reduced to £1.49 so I couldn't say no!
There's 3 sticks per box, each one weighing 71g. They're described as "Caramel ice creams with milk chocolate coated caramel and almond pieces, covered in milk chocolate with almond-caramel pieces". So there's bits of Daim in both the ice cream and the chocolate coating!
By the time I opened the box the ice creams were very soft, so much so that in the above pic the ice cream was nearly ready to break in half!
Taking a bite, I was met with a nice soft ice cream with a satisfying caramel flavour. There were some Daim pieces mixed in, giving it a nice crunch, but not quite as many as I'd have liked. There were yet more Daim pieces in the chocolate coating, which was the bit that really stood out: the chocolate tasted smooth and creamy, with the Daim pieces bringing a moreish toffee crunchiness. These are definitely some very tasty ice creams!
Overall, these Daim ice creams are pretty yummy and if you can find them at a reduced price I'd highly recommend giving them a try. Just don't pay the full price of £2.49 (I believe they'll be £1.49 for a while at Morrisons, so try them while you can!)
8 out of 10.