Travel Tip: Unusual Ice Cream Flavor Destinations
I scream, you scream and we all still scream for ice cream.
But if you want to get beyond vanilla, chocolate or strawberry, head to Maine. That’s where you can get lobster ice cream. It takes like fishy butterscotch. Go figure.
And if you’re in France, head to the Glacier Fenocchio in Nice. That’s where you’ll find cactus sorbet and tomato basil ice cream.
At the Bella Gelateria in Vancouver, you can try black sesame ice cream.
Are you not grossed out yet? The ICE ice cream parlor in Falkirk, Scotland makes mayonnaise ice cream.
If that assault on your taste buds is not enough, head to the Philippines. That’s where they scoop crocodile egg ice cream.
Not to be outdone, the Il Gelato di San Crispino is where you can try–no prescription necessary– Viagra ice cream.
In case you’re wondering, the most popular ice cream flavor in the U.S. is vanilla. How boring!
By Peter Greenberg for PeterGreenberg.com
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