A tub of Woolworths Cafe Latte & Biscuits Ice Cream 473ml on a kitchen bench.

Review Of Woolworths Café Latte And Biscuits Ice Cream 473ml

Super-premium brands like Haagen-Dazs make impressive ice cream, but they’re not cheap. If you want something fancy without paying a fortune, the Woolworths range of 473ml tubs may be up your alley.

I bought every pint in their new range and got busy eating. This review looks at the Café Latte and Biscuits Ice Cream 473ml. Find out if it’s worth a space in your freezer.

A freezer with all the Woolworths 473ml packs of ice cream.
The Woolworths range of pint tubs.

Is the ice cream any good?

A container of Woolworths Café Latte and Biscuits Ice Cream offers excellent value for money. The ice cream is creamy and smooth with a punchy coffee flavour that I enjoyed. Pockets of sweet brown sugar ripple do a good job of balancing out the coffee.

There are delicious pieces of Graham Cracker Biscuit throughout the tub. They’re good-sized pieces, not little bits that crumble and turn the ice cream grainy.

I also loved the texture of the biscuit. Not so crisp that they became a distraction to the ice cream, but not soggy either.

Closeup of a scoop of Woolworths Cafe Latte & Biscuits Ice Cream resting on the tub.
The Graham Crackers are excellent.

While this ice cream is excellent, keep in mind its main ingredient is water. That means it’s no match for other pint-sized tubs like Haagen-Dazs or Ben and Jerry’s.

Competing products use more milk and cream. Their texture is denser and smoother with a more premium flavour.

Top-down shot of a partly eaten container of Woolworths Cafe Latte and Biscuits Ice Cream.
A closer look at the ice cream’s texture.

What alternatives are there in supermarkets?

  1. Connoisseur Cafe Grande 1L: Coffee ice cream with a Grand Marnier extract sauce and almonds coated in chocolate. The container is bigger, and it works out cheaper per ml than the Woolworths pack. Connoisseur’s extra dairy gives the ice cream a premium flavour and texture.
  2. Gelativo Gelato Coffee 1L: A much cheaper option without any extra add-ins like sauce or biscuits.
A bowl of Cafe Latte & Biscuits Ice Cream next to the 473ml tub.
Coffee and biscuits is a unique flavour.


  • The ice cream has a good texture.
  • A cheap alternative to other pints.
  • Graham cracker pieces make a great add-in.
  • A unique flavour no other brand sells.


  • Long ingredients list with water as the biggest component.
  • Contains caffeine, so eating it at night may keep you awake.
A hand holding a pack of Woolworths Cafe Latte & Biscuits Ice Cream with a blurred kitchen in the background.
Another look at the pack.

What other flavours are available in the Woolworths 473ml range?

Other tubs in this range include:

A bird's eye photo of a scoop of Woolworths Coffee and Biscuits Ice Cream.
A closer look at the ice cream.


The primary ingredient in this tub is water. The main dairy components are cream and/or butter, and milk solids.

  • Graham crackers make up 8% of the ice cream.
  • Coffee powder makes up 0.5% of the ice cream.

Ingredient list: Water, Cream (Milk) and/or Butter (Milk), Brown Sugar Ripple (Brown Sugar, Water, Golden Syrup, Glucose Syrup, Thickener (1442), Food Acids (Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate), Natural Colour (Sugar, Annatto Extracts), Salt, Vegetable Gum (Carrageenan), Natural Flavour), Milk Solids, Sugar, Graham Cracker Biscuits (8%) (Wheat Flour, Palm Oil, Sugar, Salt, Wheat Bran, Cinnamon Powder, Raising Agent (Sodium Carbonate)), Glucose Syrup (Wheat), Coffee Powder (1) (0.5%), Emulsifiers (471, 477), Vegetable Gums (Guar Gum, Locust Bean Gum), Natural Colour (Sugar).

Milk fat

Milk fat plays a vital role in the texture and mouthfeel of ice cream. More of it results in a creamier, smoother texture associated with superior products.

Woolworths Café Latte ice cream contains 10% milk fat. That’s higher than most family-pack ice creams like Peters or Streets Blue Ribbon but lower than brands like Murray Street and Haagen-Dazs.

A bowl filled with coffee ice cream with the tub in the background.
Its milk fat is lower than most of the more expensive pints.

Nutrition information

No ice cream is good for you, so eat it in moderation. Woolworths Café Latte and Biscuits has 5.9g of saturated fat per 100g and 25.1g of sugar.

Servings per package: 5
Serving size: 57g

 Quantity Per ServingQuantity Per 100ml
Fat, Total5.6g9.8g
Dietary Fibre

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