A dairy in Abu Dhabi is producing ice cream made from local produce – namely camel’s milk.

Travellers in Abu Dhabi can really get a taste for the region by trying ice cream made from an abundant local ingredient.

A dairy in the region has announced it is to start making the frozen dessert from camel’s milk, which is already a very popular drink for people living in the area.

The Al Ain Dairy is manufacturing the first products of its kind in the United Arab Emirates and is to be made in four flavours which are popular with people living in the region, namely saffron, dates, chocolate and caramel.

“We have spent a lot of time creating flavours that we feel are different and most importantly not available in the market,” said Abdullah Saif Al Darmaki, chief executive officer of Al Ain Dairy.

Eating ice cream could be something people staying in the region find they do a lot of, as the emirate’s sub tropical climate means temperatures can climb as high as 42 degrees C during a summer’s day.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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