Golden Gaytime has been consistently rated as one of Australia’s top ice-creams, and now it will be available in an entirely new format.
The delicious frozen treat has been reimagined in many ways — from a version with a doughnut flavor to a vegan option.
Pauls, known for its range of custards, has now created a Golden Gaytime Inspired Toffee Custard.
The brand describes the collaboration as its “most irresistible and iconically Australian ever.” The custard is thick and creamy and combines toffee with vanilla.
There are also two other custards inspired by Golden Gaytime: Violet Crumble Inspired Choc-Honeycomb and Pauls Chupa Chups inspired Strawberry & Cream Custard.
It is marketed as “a nostalgic creation that will bring back sweet childhood memories”.
The treats have been around for a while in a smaller size, but because of their popularity Pauls and Streets decided that they should be available in a 600g tub.
This collection will not be around for only a short time, unlike other flavor drops. This collection is here to remain.
Custards are available for sale at $6.50 each.
Paul Golden Gaytime Inspired Toffee Custard, the only special edition available at Coles as well as Woolworths and other independent grocery stores.
The other two custards can only be found at Woolworths or independent grocery stores.
Since more than 90 year, Pauls has produced dairy products like milk, creams, custards, yoghurts, and flavoured drinks.
Golden Gaytime ice cream was marked up in April. A four-pack of the popular toffee and Vanilla flavoured ice-cream sticks cost $10 at most supermarkets.
Price has increased by almost 18% since 2019, when a pack of multipacks cost only $8.49.
A single stick of syringe used to cost $3.40 in supermarkets before the pandemic, but costs up to $5 now.
News.com.au has been informed that limited-edition boxes are also affected. They now cost more than $12.