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Little Moons Has Launched Three New Flavours, But There’s One We’re Not Sure About

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Back in January, people on TikTok became obsessed with Little Moons Mochi ice cream balls. And we don’t blame them – these tasty, sweet little balls are da bomb.

Little Moons ice cream comes in a whole host of flavours including Yuzu Lemon, Creamy Coconut and Honey Roasted Pistachio. But you can’t beat a new flavour, can you? So imagine the excitement we felt when Little Moons announced not one, not two, but THREE new flavours!

Now, before we go any further, we have to warn you that two of the flavours from Little Moons’ new summertime-inspired range sound absolutely delicious. The other one… not so much. Saying that, we haven’t actually tried it yet, so maybe that’s unfair. You decide…

The first flavour is Candy Floss, which will transport you straight to a fairground with its creamy, dreamy pink taste and look.

Photo credit: Little Moons
Photo credit: Little Moons

Next up is Little Moons’ Eton Mess mochi. This creamy strawberry ice cream is studded with pieces of strawberry and light meringue. The signature dough is dusted with a vibrantly zingy strawberry powder, which creates an all-round fruity finish.

Now, here’s where things get a little funky…

The third flavour in Little Moons’ summertime range is Fish & Chips.

Fish. And. Chips.

Although, once you hear the description, it actually sounds okay. This flavour is a sweet and salty combination with a hint of tangy vinegar and mini chocolate chips throughout. Each ice cream ball is encased in soft and chewy mochi dough that replicates the colour of golden batter before being topped off with a mini white chocolate fish.

You can pick up these brand-new flavours from the Little Moons' website from 5 July.

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