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So I have a friend reading me a topic from another board on this and it cot me wondering the same thing.
What;s your favorite flavor of ice cream, SG?
Mines coffee cookie crunch. Had it at an OLD mom and pop place. Made in house and it was AMAZING!
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Going to be basic here and say pumpkin spice. Sue me.
Baja Chocolate - Chocolate ice cream with cookie dough, chocolate chunks, and a marshmallow ribbon.
Bear Claw - Dark Chocolate ice cream with a thick caramel river and chocolate covered cashews.
Here in Brazil, there is a flavor of ice cream sold in jars in supermarkets and ice cream parlors called "Leite Ninho® Trufado" (truffled NINHO® milk - this NINHO® is a Nestle product), where the main flavor is powdered (dehydrated) milk in cream shape for ice cream and chocolate filling.
This ice cream is very tasty🍨😍
Ben and Jerry’s Cookie Dough is still to date, my favourite, easy to get, ice cream flavour :)
Ben and Jerry's is a good brand, I couldn't pick a favorite from them.
Shame they killed the peanut butter cookie dough. Chocolate ice cream with peanut butter cookie dough.
rum & raisin
mmm, nice one
Where do you get your rum & raisin ice cream these days?
It's not common, but you can usually find it at places like markets, and the rare stores that still scoop ice cream. But you are right, it seems to be going the way of the dodo :(
Ooo, this is a tough one....
I'm going to have to go with black walnut, since I have loved that one since I was very young (but it has gotten very hard to find).
Although I did recently try this recipe for Roasted Strawberry Miso Ice Cream, and it was AMAZING....
the popcorn artificial flavor they have in jelly beans, but in icecream
Don't think I've settled on a favorite, although drumstick has gotten close (it's an ice cream made from bits of those vanilla ice cream waffle cones with the peanut-encrusted fudge topping and caramel typical of those cones also mixed in).
Rocky road always gets a mention from me, French vanilla is a great default although simple, and pistachio for something a little more controversial. Also rainbow sherbet. And dark cherry moose tracks.
Mint with pieces of chocolate.
I like a lot of ice cream but a butter pecan ice cream with shortbread is so good
The ice cream quality tends to be kind of shit here (too soft/"airy") so if you ask me for a flavour, I'll go Chocolate (rarely bad). In terms of actually good ice cream, I'd say pistachios if I could remember what it tastes like. Had it once as a kid and I remember loving it, but I've never seen it available to purchase where I live since.
So with lack of choices... I can never go wrong with a good maple ice cream. And yes, I know, stereotypical of me. Sorry, eh. :P
Maybe check Indian restaurants near you for pistachio? The only place I've seen it locally was in an Indian restaurant :)
Crema, but in regards to texture and flavor contrast - BnJ's Chubby Hubby is a true accomplishment.
Choc Mint. sadly not sold where I live.
Probably the strawberry ice cream I had in Italy. Strawberry is my favorite flavor generally, but my country's strawberry ice cream flavor is kinda weak.
Irish Coffee or Mojito.
There is a special little Ice cream company in a little town called Nora, not far from where I live. They make their own Hazelnut thingy (it's like a mix between soft-serve and hard-scoop) that's been on my mind since I was a kid.
Chocolate, sadly it's hard to find it sold in the grocery store, usually only sold in a huge batch with vanilla and strawberry.
Cookie dough from Ben & Jerry is also awesome, sadly so expensive that I close to never get it :(
I don't know, there's so many. Tar, liquorice, rum & raisin.
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You should let him Finnish. ;)
Cremino is probably my favorite flavour (hazelnut icecream with chocolate spread), it's not sold in tubs or anything like that but around where i live a bunch of icecream places make it. For something less specific i would say definetly dark chocolate
Just plain vanilla - it may sound boring but i think it's perfect in its simplicity!
Nothing wrong with vanilla. Try adding a few salt flakes to it and get ready for tastebud fireworks ;)
Either mint chocolate chip (can't find it where I live) or pistachio (very hard to find where I live and it's not too good or expensive).
Some flavors in this thread sounds nice, like coffee and rum & raisin.