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King's Grand Ice Cream

Guess what arrived on my door step. King's Grand Ice Cream! Thanks to King's, FNN Singapore and IMSG. And of course, Dannelia for delivering the ice cream.

I love eating ice cream. I had tried the King's Grand Crème Brûlée Ice Cream, and is delicious. Not too sweet, and with the caramelized compound chips and caramelized sugar sauce, the ice cream is even more flavourful. While the promotion is still on, get two tubs of King's Grand Ice Cream and share the delicious ice cream with your friends and family for desserts after your reunion meal.

There is Always Room for King’s Grand Ice Cream

Savour the Heavenly Goodness of its Two Newest Offerings, Crème Brûlée and the Soothing Green Tea!

There is no end to the quest for the sweeter things in life. Be it an artisan gourmet dessert or a scoop of ice-cream, desserts have become increasingly ubiquitous as a must-have sweet course to end a meal with a smile. In keeping with King’s Grand Ice Cream’s popular exquisite range of continental-flavoured ice-creams for the pure enjoyment of all, King’s Grand Ice Cream presents two new additions to their extensive range - Crème Brûlée and Green Tea.

King’s Grand Ice Cream is bringing this decadent dessert closer to home with the new King’s Grand Crème Brûlée Ice Cream. This variant emulates the classic velvety goodness of Crème Brûlée with caramelized compound chips for an added crunchy sensation, drizzled with caramelized sugar sauce, it is so devilishly yummy that even the calorie-conscious will find it hard to resist.

King's Grand Ice Cream - Crème Brûlée

Want something refreshing? King’s Grand Green Tea Ice Cream is a creamy indulgence brimming with the goodness of Japanese Sencha green tea. Savour it on its own or garnish it with a dollop of red-bean paste, this intensely smooth and soothing ice cream is the perfect treat to end your meal or simply to beat the perennial hot weather ahead!

King's Grand Ice Cream - Green Tea

Share the pure enjoyment of King’s Grand rich and creamy ice cream this Chinese New Year and give your family and friends an additional reason to stay on after the reunion dinner! The new elegant-red packaging of King’s Grand Ice Cream will resonate well with many this Chinese New Year as red symbolizes happiness in the Chinese culture.


Buy two tubs of any 1 litre King's Grand Ice Cream at a special price if S$8.88 (Usual Price S$6.75 per tub or S$13.50 for two tubs) and stand a chance to win one of the three S$888 red packets! To participate, send the contest forms and proof of purchase via:
  • Mail
    F&N Creameries (S) Pte Ltd
    51 Quality Road, Singapore 618813
  • SMS
    GRAND<space>Name<space>NRIC<space>Tel No<space>Receipt No<space>Purchase Amount to 9095 7676
  • EmailSubmit your name, NRIC, contact number, receipt number and purchase amount to
Promotion ends on February 8, 2014, while stocks lasts, at participating retailers, FairPrice, FairPriceXtra, FairPrice Finest and Giant.

King's Grand Ice Cream Flavours 

  • Tin Roof Brownie
  • Triple Chocolate
  • Macadamia
  • Cappuccino Chips
  • Caramel Almond Fudge
  • Tiramisu
  • Green Tea [NEW]
  • Crème Brûlée [NEW]


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