Eat Your Feelings: Sebastian’s Witty Valentine Ice Creams Will Return This February

Bring your significant other, your heartbroken best friend, and your favorite hugot lines to Sebastian's next month, because their new flavors are as good and as witty as the ones from the previous years! Here's the scoop on the four flavors that await.

The Season of Love is coming once again, and what better way to celebrate Valentine's month than with some good, uniquely-flavored ice creams that are just as sweet (or as bitter) as your lovelife? 

This year, Sebastian's Ice Cream will be channeling their inner sawi to bring back its Valentine Series Flavors for the month of February. So make sure to bring your significant other, your heartbroken best friend, and your favorite hugot lines because their new flavors are as good and as witty as the ones from the previous years! 

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Ready to eat your feelings? Here are all four flavors you could indulge in all month long: 

Maitnong Girlfriend
Matinong Girlfriend

If you're looking for someone, or rather something, that's both dark and sweet, Matinong Girlfriend (P125) would be your perfect match. It's dark chocolate ice cream with potato chips dipped in salted bittersweet chocolate with ripples of burnt sugar marshmallow cream. 

Matinong Boyfriend
Matinong Boyfriend

For this year, Sebastian's decided to make Matinong Boyfriend (P125) sweet and fruity, something that would remind you of a strawberry shortcake. A spoonful of this goodness will get you a mix of sweet cream ice cream, the slight sourness and fruitiness of strawberry sorbet, and a ribbon of cake for a bit more of a chunk. 


Closure
Closure

Those looking for closure need only go over to the store and have a scoop or two of Closure (P115) which is the smoothest ice cream in the bunch. It's ginger tea ice cream infused with lemongrass, orange zest, and sweetened honey. Just the way the ice cream glides down the throat will make you want to forget all previous heartbreak. It's that good, we promise!

Unresolved Issues
Unresolved Issues

The Valentine ice cream flavors change every year but one flavor would always stay the same: Unresolved Issues (P95). It's ampalaya sorbet with chunks of candied ampalaya, something that's perfect for anyone who wants to eat their feelings and bitterness away! 

Sebastian's Valentine Ice Cream flavors will be all throughout February at Ayala Vertis North, Regis Center, Podium, and at The Market. For more information, you may visit their Facebook and Instagram pages. 

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