Don't be alarmed. We only want to be the most kick-ass ice cream brand in the whole milky way!
From a tiny shop in 2007, David and Peck Lin started Udders Ice Cream on a whim and a dream. The mission was to create Asian flavours for Asians, and Alcoholic flavours for…. well, Alcoholics (!) 😊 And to do it all with a big dose of sassy humour. Who else would name their brand after … ahem… cow tits??
And so the adventure began. To create drool-worthy, kickass flavours catering to the Asian palate, less heavy on sugar and cream, and yet bringing out the best natural (and alcoholic!) ingredients in the ice creams.
TO Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam AND Netherlands
in singapore, MALAYSIA and INDONESIA
scoops served on
jetstar, SCOOT, japan airlines,
saudia, air new zealand,
ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS and
A BRIEF HISTORY
A tale of science, durians, an obscene amount of liquor, liquid nitrogen and milk... all you need to know about how we came to be who we are.
Us, on our way to collect an award for best ice cream in the milky waaaay!
Our Brand Values
We may be a little whacko and
take fun too seriously, but we’re
always honest. It shows in our ingredients. No fuddy-duddy, fake stuff.
Have we told you the
joke about the priest and
two nuns in the pawnshop?...
If there’s one thing we believe in most, it’s creativity. It has led us to become who we are today, the flavours we create and the fun stuff we do at work and play.
We created Kimchi ice cream for the Trump Kim Summit in Singapore...and yeah, we fed 2700 international journalists, for free....some call us mad....but The New York and Los Angeles Times thought it genius.
Like our founder, nothing good ever comes out of the status quo. Push the limits, try, fail, try again....innovation is in our blood and we will never be afraid to try. Cos, when you never give up, good things happen.
It’s really what makes our brand ever youthful. We’re like the kid that constantly asks what happens when you chew a couple of mentos and drink some coke....(alright seriously, don’t try that)
The Straits Times
"The best Mao Shan Wang in Singapore"