Enjoy unique ice cream flavors from Heritage Kulfi

Heritage Kulfi pints. Image courtesy Heritage Kulfi
Heritage Kulfi pints. Image courtesy Heritage Kulfi /

Saffron, Rosewater, Cardamom Chai, Earl Grey….when you see this list, you may think of an exotic spice market in a faraway land. But these are actual ice cream flavors made by Heritage Kulfi, a family-owned ice cream brand. I am a huge ice cream lover and these flavors make my mouth water just thinking about them! They are unique and unlike any other ice cream flavors that I’ve seen on the market.

Heritage Kulfi was founded by Mansoor Ahmed and debuted in the winter of 2021. Born in Manhattan to Pakistani immigrants, Ahmed finally settled in Princeton, New Jersey. In a recent press release that was shared with Guilty Eats, Ahmed noted: “Growing up in a South Asian household, these were the flavors that made up my childhood. Food is such an important part of culture and I wanted to share my own nostalgia for those traditional flavors with a new audience.”

Kulfi is a popular frozen South Asian dessert. Unlike ice cream, traditional kulfi is not churned, but is slow cooked, resulting in a denser and creamier treat. Heritage Kulfi has given a modern spin to the traditional dessert.

Heritage Kulfi makes ice cream with unique South Asian flavors

Heritage Kulfi is based in Princeton, New Jersey. The ice cream is made using milk and cream from local farms and high quality ingredients. All of their ice cream is vegetarian, egg-free, gluten-free, and halal. Besides the four flavors listed above, the company’s line also includes Alphonso Mango, Pistachio, Coconut and Vanilla Bean.

The company prides itself on not shrinking the size of their cartons to save a few cents. They even have a tagline noting, “Heritage Kulfi: where 1 pint=16 oz.” The pints have a suggested retail price of $7.99 a pint.

Unfortunately, Heritage Kulfi is currently available only in the New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania areas…for now. For exact locations and retailers, check out their website.

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Which of these ice cream flavors sounds the most interesting to you?