There's always been something different about Turkey Hill's version of cookie dough. It's just something that sets it apart, something I can't quite put my finger on ...literally ...I mean, it's all gone, I can't put my finger on something that's been eaten (ok, technically I could, but let's not go down that road)
For the longest time, I just assumed it was the cookie dough that gave Turkey Hill that unique flavor. But, like so many other great flavors, I took it for granted without stopping ...to read the label: "Brown sugar and molasses flavored ice cream swirled with chewy cookie dough and dark chocolate chips." Wow, I've just assumed that everyone mixes cookie dough with vanilla and that's that. Instead, they try and take it up a notch. Now, if you eat just the ice cream without a cookie dough chunk in it, the flavor is VERY mild, almost none existent, but throw in a CD chunk, and all of a sudden you are in a whole new place. I'm sorry to say I can't describe it exactly, but if you love cookie dough, you need to give Turkey Hill's a try.