Sheer Bliss ice cream stands out from the crowd, thanks in large part to its packaging: A durable, tight-sealing metal canister.
But it isn’t just a gimmick.
The metal tin actually helps protect the rich ice cream within better than a traditional cardboard ice cream container. Because it does a better job of sealing the ice cream and keeping away air, it helps prevent dehydration, crystallization and freezer burn. Especially if you are the type to only eat ice cream once in a while, you’ll find that Sheer Bliss ice cream stays fresh a long time in the freezer, even after being opened.
Of course, how long it lasts also depends on your will power. And that may be tough to exercise with this super premium ice cream.
Sheer Bliss is one of the creamiest, richest frozen treats I’ve tried, with a really smooth, velvety texture. That comes for the ingredients – real cream, real milk, and real sugar, not any kind of high-fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors/preservatives. The fat content and calories are about the same as other super-premium ice creams, like Ben & Jerry’s or Haagen Dazs.
The flavors are unique too, like Freedom, a vanilla ice cream with swirls of pure blueberry and pomegranate, and a deep, dark chocolate that truly tastes of chocolate, not just fat and sugar.
All that, and you get a reusable tin. Double win.