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Ice cream is one of the world’s most beloved deserts; and for obviously good reason. The rich, cool, creaminess of milk combined with your favorite flavors that melt on your tongue, is the perfect thing to stave off the heat of the midday sun, or bring an end to a delicious five course dinner. And with the amount of different flavors adding up the count each year, it’s becoming pretty difficult to choose a favorite. Everyone knows the pink, cream and brown stripes of strawberry, vanilla and chocolate, but things have come a long way from the sweet treats humble birth. As peoples culinary taste grow, so do the different
flavors and combinations of foods. Ice cream is no exception. Here are 6 flavors of ice cream that you just have to try.

 

1. Brown Butter Bourbon Truffle

Careful, this one has a kick! A mixture of cream, sea salt caramel ripple and real bourbon whiskey truffles. This is one I’ve been searching for, but can’t get my hands on. For anyone starting out as an entrepreneur in the ice cream business, this is definitely one to try and re-create.

 

2. Semi-Dried Fig Ice Cream

Made with vanilla seeds and fig, (as in the actual fig fruit, and not fig; as bananas are often called in the Caribbean). This flavor might not be for everyone, but the adventurous. The ingredients needed to make this might not be readily on hand, but it still isn’t impossible. Where there’s a will, there’s a way, right?

 

3. Thick Mint Ice Cream

Mint has never been one of my most desired flavors when it came to ice cream, or any food for that matter, departing from the Christmas time candy cane, so when I heard “THICK MINT”, my mind said “Nope!” However, this new treat brings an unexpected twist. Thick Mint features mint ice cream with chocolate cookie swirls and mint chocolate cookie balls topped with chocolate cookies and chocolaty ganache. Wow! This is a flavor that is commercially available, but isn’t always readily found in a lot of groceries. I still  think it could be replicated at home using the right ingredients. Give it a try!

 

4. Coffee and Donuts Ice Cream

I just can’t with this one. Two of my favorite foods, coffee and donuts, combined into the third. This ice cream has instant espresso powder and actual cake donuts mixed in with vanilla ice cream to make a thick, creamy, melt-in-your-mouth desert. Whoever thought of this deserves a Michelin Star! I’m no food critic or professional chef, but I can already tell that this is a winner for most people. I will be trying my hand at this. I’ll let you all know how it turns out.

 

5. Lemon-Thyme Ice Cream

I swear, I’m not making this one up! Vanilla ice cream mixed with lemon curd and chopped thyme. I can’t say that this is something I’m eager to try. But it does sound enticing. This is one of the flavors that scream Caribbean to me. It fits in right next to Babadine and Soursop, neither of which are to my exact taste, but still are good nonetheless. If anyone is brave enough to re-create this, please let me know how it goes down. I’m curious.

 

6. Buttered Baguette Ice Cream

Yes, you read correctly. Baguette! As in the French bread! This ice cream is made with thick baguette slices that have been buttered and baked until crisp and
toasted, then crushed into fine crumbs and mixed into a vanilla base. Those who have eaten it say it’s sweet and slightly salty, and that it’s now they’re favorite. I am definitely going to be making this one myself to try out.

There you have it! Six new flavors of ice cream that would be absolutely amazing to eat. Granted, not all of these would be available commercially. But they all seem simple enough to make. At Roll Ice Cream, we provide you with all of the ingredients and tools needed to not just make your own ice cream, but launch you own business.

 

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