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Campers Pantry Pepperberry & Leatherwood Ice Cream

Campers Pantry Pepperberry & Leatherwood Ice Cream

CAMPERS PANTRY

Regular price $6.95 AUD
Regular price Sale price $6.95 AUD
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Campers Pantry Pepperberry & Leatherwood Ice Cream is a taste of Tasmania. It will transport you to where the pepperberries grow, and bees collect nectar from the leatherwood trees. You'll experience the taste of citrus fruits and earthy yet sweet balsamic scents combined into creamy ice cream.

Van Diemens Land Creamery makes the ice cream locally for Campers Pantry. Once freeze-dried, it is light to carry and ready to be eaten straight from the bag. It's crunchy, delicious, and best served with a nip of your nightcap.

  • Weight: 50g / 1.76oz
  • Made in Tasmania 

Orders ship fast from our Sydney warehouse.

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