June 29, 2010, 3:12 pm

Brymor Ice Cream has recently introduced two new flavours ready for Summer 2010.

The new flavour range includes Summer Fruits and St Clements.

The ice creams are produced using the milk from the Guernsey cows down at High Jervaulx Farm who graze on the
Yorkshire Dales.

The Summer Fruits flavour is made using an assortment of seasonal fruits including strawberries, blackberries and wild raspberries.

St Clements is a citrus flavoured ice cream which combines oranges and lemons to produce its taste.

The range of ice creams already includes over thirty two flavours, including Rum & Raisin, Banana, Espresso, Pineapple, Ginger, Fudge Brownie and White Chocolate.

The range also offers consumers 2 flavours without sugar especially for diabetics, Diabetic Strawberry and Diabetic Vanilla.

High Jervaulx Farm is one of Britain’s few genuine on-farm manufacturers where only the milk produced on the farm is used in the production of the ice cream.

Every day the family cows produce over five hundred gallons of milk which is collected by the Brymor team.

Established in 1984 by Brian and Brenda Moore who moved their family and cows to High Jervaulx Farm, Brymor ice-cream is very much a ‘family affair’.

Now run by their son Rob, a hands-on, quality approach is integral to the production process from sourcing to delivery.

Consumers can enjoy the taste of Brymor ice-cream for either by visiting their ice-cream parlour at the Farm or purchasing it direct from retailers.

All of Brymor’s ice-cream is available in five hundred milliliter tubs priced £1.80 and I litre tubs priced at £3.28.

For more information or to find out your nearest retailer of Brymor products, click here to visit the website.


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