...we’re married and eat copious amounts of ice cream. We’d happily have a scoop for breakfast, lunch and dinner if we could.
(Mr) Raj’s family has been in the ice cream business for over 35 years but it’s always been our dream to have a place of our own: a shop where we could make homemade ice cream with only the highest quality ingredients. And, most importantly, using organic milk from proper cows that moo and eat grass.
We spent years experimenting and adapting recipes as we learnt from ice cream masters from far away lands such as Reading and Nottinghamshire. Luckily, our family and friends were willing test subjects to all the experimental flavours we tried.
We officially opened Udderlicious in October 2013 on Upper Street in Islington.
Our ice cream and sorbets are all hand-moo'd in store. Our ice cream is pasteurised, whisked, poured, churned and frozen with love and care. Every batch is submitted to our very strict quality control test. Yes, we do mean that we sneak a taste every single time.
To make sure you get only the good stuff with every single lick, we’re committed to using the best ingredients. That includes unicorn tears, cloud laughter and vanilla... well that’s not entirely true, we don’t always use vanilla.
Opened our store in Islington
We launched the Flavour of the Month competiton. Apple Crumble & Custard was the winning flavour
We were chuffed to be included in Time Out's "six best places to chill out"
Our first birthday! Our first 100 customers were given a birthday pressie, which was free ice cream naturally!
Yes it's true! You either love it or hate it, and the proof is in the pudding...Chocolate & Marmite ice cream has been our most divisive flavour.
Things got a bit crazy at Yelp's mad scientist soiree.
We were seriously smiley, happy people because Time Out said we're one of the most lickable in London, and then Vogue featured us in their top ten.
Our website went live and now you decide! Our customers can vote which flavours they want to see in our freezer.
We were delighted to be included in Buzzfeed's "24 things to do around the clock in London"