To stay with all things ice cream, here’s an important announcment: Die Eismacher, home of the acclaimed intensely violet Ube ice cream gracing the main picture of our beloved guide to Berlin’s best ice cream, moved! Luckily, just around the corner and into a much brighter and nice space. Pictured here is Ube, made of a Philippine yam, topped with raspberry and coriander milk. Delicious! Check their new location on the map and plan your ice cream date asap.
Tag: ice cream
I literally can’t even tell you how excited I am about this one – it’s been a dream of mine to do something like this for a long time. Some of you might know my personal enthusiasm when it comes to ice cream (also known as: one of the best things in the world). And to bring the best ice cream vendors of our beloved city together for a market is making my inner five-year-old jump for joy! And to do so with my dear friends of This is Jane Wayne and enjoying the support of mint & berry will make this one into an extra-special love-fe(a)st. I hope I will be able to welcome you to: The Ice Cream Market.
This post is made in cooperation with and sponsored by mint&berry.
Update, Unfortunately, Käffchen doesn’t sell soft serve anymore.
What we totally forgot when compiling our beloved ice cream guide was SOFT SERVE. Turns out, my favorite childhood treat isn’t such a big part of the contemporary ice cream scene… But why?! While in NYC investment bankers and advertising executives enjoy their soft serve dripping over their bespoke suit’s cuffs, on this site of the Atlantic one has to seriously search for Softeis. But who am I to complain, having a soft serve source just around the corner from the office. At Käffchen in Kreuzberg they’re not only serving very decent cappuccino, cakes, iced coffees and sandwiches, but Soft Serve for only 1,50 Euro a portion. Get your drip on!
We live in glorious ice cream times in Berlin, with new and creative parlors popping up all over the city while the troupers still excel in their craft. From Wilmersdorf to Neukölln and back, from vegan to Italian to sugar-crusted, it’s a paradise for everyone with a sweet and cold tooth. In order to supply you with the best frozen experience, we’ve compiled a list of Berlin’s best ice cream (from A to Z)! All strictly subjective, of course!
Many of Berlin’s entrepreneurs are people who started out with the idea of wanting to do something different, they become so-called Quereinsteiger. Like Daniela Teuper, who went on a vacation to Italy and loved the gelato so much, upon her return, she wanted nothing more than to open her own ice cream shop.
Back in Germany, she decided to quit her job in the music industry to dedicate her time and passion to making delicious ice cream. Fast forward one year, she’s the owner of Mos Eisley, a parlor in Neukölln frequented by ice cream enthusiasts young and old.