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A Buttery Balance

Scoop of popcorn ice cream

Our latest limited-edition flavor, Popcorn, proves that ice cream does not necessary have to be sugar-laden in order to be a luscious luxury.

Salted Caramel Ice Cream spoon

Our famous Salted Caramel Ice Cream is always softer than the rest of our ice cream and sorbet flavors and it’s not because of our freezer. It’s actually due to science!

Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream

Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream

When seeking pleasure is your primary purpose, it’s often easy to see untapped opportunities for indulgence. Something simple yet universally loved can be reinvented into a whole new source of sensory satisfaction. Inspired by the classic sandwich, our Peanut Butter & Jelly ice cream is one of these instances! Lovers of local ingredients are sure… Continue reading

Brown Butter Pecan Ice Cream

Butter Pecan is the favorite flavor of Head Glacier Nathaniel’s dad, Marvin. So it was with fond memories of family ice cream time that he crafted our newest flavor. Browning the butter beforehand adds an extra dimension to the flavor, as does the grapevine smoked Seneca Lake Salt. The crunch of the sweet and salty… Continue reading

Thai Curry Ice Cream

Thai Curry Ice Cream

Thai green curries are, like all of Thai cuisine, based on a balance of sweet, salty, savory, sour and spicy. Fresh cilantro complements the sweetness of Pittsford Farms Dairy cream and coconut, and gives the ice cream its lovely hue. Our salty and savory bases are covered by roasted peanuts and Seneca Lake culinary flake… Continue reading

Customer Favorite: Salted Caramel Ice Cream

Salted Caramel Ice Cream

The rich caramel flavor and luscious mouthfeel of this ice cream come from the way we cook the sugar, caramelizing it to within a hair’s breadth of burning before laying on the fresh cream. French fleur de sel sea salt brightens and balances the flavor. If you like our Salted Caramel chocolate truffles, you’ll love… Continue reading