Ok. I admit it. I love ice cream, frozen yogurt, and gelato. There is always a pint or two in the freezer. Central Market has released its own brand of small batch craft ice cream in a variety of flavors. Here is my take on three of them.
Of this group there are two very good and one not so much. The very good ones are Sundae Parlor and Saigon Cinnamon. Whiskey and Honey came through not so much.
Sundae Parlor is a delightfully scrumptious mixture of chocolate caramel, praline peanuts, and bing cherry jam blended into a vanilla ice cream. Very difficult for me not to eat it all in one sitting.
Saigon Cinnamon blends Vietnamese cinnamon, brown sugar, and buttermilk into a tangy-sweet ice cream with a hint of cinnamon. I had this over Dragonfruit, but I suspect any melon will match well with the taste. Well, maybe not watermelon.
Whiskey and Honey contains just that along with sorghum and cane syrup. One would think that with all that sugar it would be very sweet. It is sweet, but where’s the whiskey and honey. I did not get a mouth feel for either, so, off me list goes it.