Amul Ice-Creams

by - April 11, 2014

No fancy ice-cream talk here.

My cousin brother is home, so we thought of buying some ice-cream for a little celebration.

Amul ice-creams have always been good to all the Indians.

We first went to a Havmor parlour, and I thought that the prices were high. It's my habit to see which brand gives me the similar product for a lesser price. Hence I always compare two or more similar products of different/same brands.

Havmor was selling their half litre (six scoops) ice-creams 'under discount' for Rs. 100 (Rs. 110, Rs. 120, etc.). I really thought that it was way too much. (And the box of a half-litre that they showed me was smaller for an ice-cream lover like me.)

So we went to a nearby Reliance Fresh departmental store, and hoped that we get ice-creams only and only at discounted rates or with one-on-one-free offers (because that's how ice-creams are supposed to be bought!)

And yes! I got the box of 1 litre ice-cream for Rs. 150!

Okay, this is definitely not the thing I wanted to share. Well, the ice-cream wasn't just good, but the box it came with was good too.
Call me crazy, but I like keeping the boxes, spoons or containers that come along with different products. If you're as crazy as me, you should definitely chill out with Amul ice-creams, and then re-use the box.

I might post the different uses of the ice-cream box soon, but till then, happy ice-cream-hogging.

Do you collect containers, jars or boxes that come along with the products?

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