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What I ate:
"PP", "Ryan", and I shared ...
Three scoops (5.50 USD): (clockwise from top) Lavender Honey, Fresh Mint with Cacao Nibs, Brown Sugar Vanilla Bean. Wow! The Lavender Honey was floral, richly sweet, and conveyed a golden sunniness in every spoonful. The Fresh Mint with Cacao Nibs had a wonderfully fresh mint flavor - not overpowering - and the cacao nibs added flavor and texture - crunch. If you've never had fresh mint before, make sure you try this one. The Brown Sugar Vanilla Bean was tasty as well. It tasted pretty much how it sounds: vanilla flavor and molasses sweetness.
The best ice cream of the day? It was a toss up between the Lavender Honey and Fresh Mint with Cacao Nibs. For me, I thought the Fresh Mint was better because it was better balanced.
I wish this store was bigger, that it had space for tables. There's no place to relax and to enjoy your ice cream :(
Dude, that Cucumber Sorbet sells out fast. I would've bought some if it was still available when "PP", "Ryan", and I rolled in around 4 PM.
Parking: Street parking only. The parking lot immediately next door is only for the pharmacy in front of it and House of Basturma.
The Bill: 5.50 USD.
My Rating: stars out of four stars (very good). Open Sunday to Thursday, 12 PM to 9 PM, and Saturday and Sunday, 12 PM to 10 PM. Credit cards accepted. www.carmelaicecream.com
Last Word: Dang, I thought I made good ice cream, but Carmela's ice creams are really something special.
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