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theFerretDontBite Tue 28-Mar-17 22:58:20

I remembered a thread fairly recently where you successfully found a name for a business selling garden screens (I think?), so I was hoping you lovely lot could think of one for me!

I would like to start an ice cream business. I will have a mobile cart so I can set up in markets, fairs, events, weddings etc. The ice cream is inspired by Thai ice cream, and it is also known as fried ice cream or ice cream rolls. It is made by pouring cream and various other bits e.g fruit or chocolate or biscuits etc onto a frozen plate. You then chop it all up really quickly, spread it into a thin layer, then using what looks like a filler knife scoop it into rolls. If you search on you tube there are loads of videos. There are a couple of people down south doing this, but I have not yet found anyone in my part of the country.

So, that is a bit of background about what it is....can anyone think of a name?? I have considered using the word 'roll' and came up with 'stop, chop and roll' or 'let the good times roll', but they're a bit naff really!

EatThePissyBiscuit Tue 28-Mar-17 23:03:27

Thai's Cream

I'll get my coat grin

BikeRunSki Tue 28-Mar-17 23:05:02

That's exactly what I was going to say.

CrumbsThatsQuick Tue 28-Mar-17 23:06:33

Eskimo Roll...

Loyly Tue 28-Mar-17 23:08:03

Ice Pan (as it's nicknamed this in many places)

AmberNectarine Tue 28-Mar-17 23:09:11

Cold Samui?

BillyButtfuck Tue 28-Mar-17 23:12:20

The chilly samurai

theFerretDontBite Tue 28-Mar-17 23:13:35

I did think of using a play on the word Thai too grin

There's currently one called pan 'n' ice unfortunately sad

StVincent Tue 28-Mar-17 23:16:58

Cold Samui grin

NapQueen Tue 28-Mar-17 23:23:24

The Swirl Station
Phuket, Get Two
Ko SamuICE

Zoflorabore Tue 28-Mar-17 23:26:00

How about " the dairy fairy "

Zoflorabore Tue 28-Mar-17 23:26:52

Frozen fusion

bugglebum Tue 28-Mar-17 23:26:52

Thaice cream

StVincent Tue 28-Mar-17 23:27:25

If you want lots of disappointed children you could call it Frozen on Ice...

Delish Ice
Pure Cream
The Cream Cats
Spiral Ice or the spiral icers
Cream on Ice

I wouldn't use roll as your OP confused me and I thought it was served in a bread roll!

Zoflorabore Tue 28-Mar-17 23:28:52

How about i scoop,

StVincent Tue 28-Mar-17 23:32:36

Smoosh Cream or The Smooshers
Smashy and Icy (bit retro...)

Zoflorabore Tue 28-Mar-17 23:32:40


bugglebum Tue 28-Mar-17 23:35:55

Roll the ice

OhBlissOhJoy Tue 28-Mar-17 23:44:53

It has to be Thaice cream

WaegukSaram Tue 28-Mar-17 23:46:06

How about going for something from the Thai language? Obviously written in a phonetic way. (Googled these, am not a Thai speaker!)

Aroi Ice (or Ice Aroi!) (delicious)
Mak Mak Ice Cream (mak mak means "very", but it sounds cool)
cheewit cheewaa - means full of life, or energetic.

DementedO1 Tue 28-Mar-17 23:48:18

Fro To Go

OlennasWimple Tue 28-Mar-17 23:51:00

I'm short on inspiration right now, but I really really want to try one of these ice creams!

EastMidsMummy Tue 28-Mar-17 23:53:52

Thaice doesn't work. You read it as "Thayce" out of context.

Mak Mak Ice Cream is good.

TapOut Wed 29-Mar-17 00:09:55

I'm not a fan of the cute'sy play on words names. I think they are a bit naff. I'd go for something simple like Janes (or whatever your name is) Thai Style Icecream. Boring but less confusing.

EastMidsMummy Wed 29-Mar-17 00:13:41


Worst use of an apostrophe ever.

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