The rumours are true! There's a new must-have ice-cream to get your teeth around.
Since making its way into the freezers and the hearts of the Australian people in 1959, the Golden Gaytime has today revealed its newest form: the Golden Gaytime Sanga. The news comes shortly after tins of Gaytime Crumbs have re-appeared on supermarket shelves, signalling that this year may just be the best Aussie summer ever (can you tell we're excited?).
“It’s not often you get to create snacking history, and with the launch of Sanga, we couldn’t be prouder,” says Streets Ice Cream’s marketing manager, Scott Mingl.
Already featuring a crunchy biscuit coating, Gaytimes seem like a natural choice to turn into an ice-cream sandwich, and Streets has upped their game with the Sanga. For starters, removing the stick and wedging the toffee and vanilla ice-cream between two golden biscuits means a more streamlined design that you can indulge in from front-to-back, back-to-front and even side-to-side. Oh, and did we mention it's bigger, too?
Furthermore, Streets' top ice-cream engineers have developed "improved crumb technology", completely redesigning the crumbs to now cover half the Sanga with randomised, polygonal shapes and a higher crumb density. Now we're only left with one question: how do we get a job as an ice-cream engineer?
The Golden Gaytime Sanga is now available nationwide.
Born and raised in Perth, Ellie Griffiths' introduction to sugar was her Nanna’s treats, but it was in London where she truly embraced her sweet tooth, sampling a new brunch place weekly… sometimes daily (oops!) When she isn’t dreaming of dessert or her next adventure, Ellie is mentally calculating how many puppies could fit in her Sydney flat.