Sorbetes is the Philippine version of ice cream usually peddled from street carts and sometimes called "Dirty Ice Cream" because of its street origins.
It is usually served with small wafer or sugar cones and recently, bread buns. It is made from coconut milk, unlike other ice creams that are made from cow's milk or any other animal milk.
Sorbetes is peddled by sorbeteros using colorfully painted wooden carts which usually can accommodate three flavors, each in a large metal canister. Peddlers get their carts from makers scattered around the cities of the Philippines in the morning and walk the streets the whole day, calling consumers from their houses by ringing a small handheld bell.