Since it’s opening a year ago, Whisk Creamery has been trending as the place to be for their creative desserts, gelato cakes and sundaes. Every visit I have been to Whisk Creamery is very fulfilling and indulgent with seasonal changes to their menus and gelatos.
On a sunny, cool winter afternoon, I visited Whisk along with my two foodies, Elwyn and Liju. We had the Tahitian Cone. It’s filled with dark chocolate gelato and raspberry sorbet, topped with shredded coconut and small hints of raspberries. Every bite gives a refreshing burst of flavour together with the crunchy waffle cone.
We also shared a Rocky BBQ dessert which definitely shouts winter out loud. It’s a twist of roasted peanut butter gelato, flamed marshmallow and creme anglaise on a waffle base. Topped with milk chocolate peanuts with a flamed marshmallow and drizzled with a dash of creme anglaise. How indulgent does that sound?! The roasted peanut butter gelato was super smooth with a lovely peanut butter flavour. If you love peanut butter, you will love this dessert!
Feeling a little bit more indulgent, we ordered a Gianduia Milkshake. It’s a thick, creamy and chocolatey milkshake with a popping candy as a little surprise.
On a separate occasion with my childhood friend, Jess, we recently visited Whisk Creamery to give their new gourmet menu a try. We had the Magic Mushroom with our little twist to it; replacing the taro gelato with thai tea and green tea gelato. There’s the pistachio fairy floss and crumbs representing the grass, orange gel and coconut gel as the flowers, topped with a homemade almond macaron. Green tea gelato will always remain my favourite but the thai tea gelato did not fall too behind either, with a distinct thai tea flavour.
It seems like the gourmet milkshake craze has been hitting Perth these days. As we love putting our little twists to things, we had the I Eat Milkshakes and requested for classic single origin chocolate instead of the burnt salted caramel pistachio. It’s creamy with a chocolatey texture, making it the perfect refreshment for a warm night.
I Eat Milkshakes
If you feel like indulging, I recommend you to head to Whisk to satisfy your dessert, gelato or milkshake cravings. It’s pure indulgence. Whisk has come so far since their opening a year ago and I am already looking forward to see more creative desserts and milkshakes that Whisk will come up with in the future.
The views expressed are entirely the writer’s own.
Why are Take me to foodie heaven’s posts so positive? Because I love to share and spread the word about good food. If the experience overall is bad, I will not blog about it because criticism is not my middle name.