“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.



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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