Latest Ice Cream Trend Exclusively at Paseo Herencia

PALM BEACH – Mimo’s Ice Cream rolls opened recently at Paseo Herencia and yes, the name speaks for itself… rolls! This sweet treat is very well-known in Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia and the Philippines, where it is often sold by street vendors. Ice cream rolls are trending across the globe and finally made its way on the island of Aruba.

Paseo Herencia is proud to say that they are the only location on island where you can get these delicious ice cream rolls that are made fresh right in front of you. So, you might be asking yourself, how exactly does it work? You start by picking your base, which you can choose from Vanilla, Pistachio or Bubble Gum (Nr. 1 choice with the little ones). Step 2, this is where the process gets interesting. You can pick a topping that will be merged within the base. The toppings will be in it. The options of the toppings are endless, you can choose from fresh strawberries, kiwi, blueberry or you can really comfort that sweet tooth by choosing Oreo, M&M, Twix.

If you really want to go all out, you can combine more than one topping in your ice cream.
To finish off, you can select your favorite syrup and whip cream. Other than ice cream rolls, you can also find the original ice cream scoop also available at Mimo’s Ice Cream. They are open daily

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