Me (russian) talked to my partner (american) about ice cream flavors. In Russia and post-USSR plain flavor (creamy-milky one) is extremely popular and often called пломбир. It is the default flavor, in contrast to American default, vanilla.
In the US though, this flavor of ice cream is not a real thing. Is there a term that I can use to find and buy that type of ice cream?
It seems like a common question, and some people call it "cream flavored ice cream", and russian->english translation can be "rich creamy ice-cream".