“I think the serving size of ice cream is when you hear the spoon hit the bottom of the container.”
– Brian Regan
If you ever find yourself in Starkville, Mississippi do yourself a favor and drop by Strange Brew Coffeehouse. Try one of their fall seasonal coffees, like the Maple Harvest Latte – it’s anything but basic.
There’s also a new store right next to Strange Brew: Churn & Spoon. I’ll have to admit, my expectations were high due to the reputation Strange Brew has built and they didn’t disappoint. They had a lot of house made ice creams, but I decided to go with the nitro ice cream. This is where they make nitrogen ice cream right in front of customers. The mixture freezes at -321 degrees. Wow.
These are not the typical run-of-the-mill flavors, either. Each one is as unique as the name its given. You like the Albino Squirrel coffee? Check out the Albino Squirrel ice cream.
LOOK OUT BELOW FOR NITRO FLAVORS:
They also have a variety of homemade ice creams. Below is one of their original recipes:
NETFLICKS & CHILL: Caramel ice cream, M&Ms, chocolate, freshly baked popcorn (Just remember that the weirder it sounds, the better it tastes)
I know I blog a lot about ice cream, but it’s near and dear to my heart. By the way, I tried the Bulldog (highly recommended).
If you’re looking for a couple of places full of charm and flavor, here they are!
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