Man that's a great way to start, I'm so stoked
I cant help myself, I take my first bite... and taste coconut?? what? I check the ingredients and there's a bit of coconut oil in the chocolate flakes but that's it. This is so weird. I don't taste marshmallow, I taste coconut! bummer!!
Ok, we have confirmation, my wife tastes coconut too (the difference is she doesn't care). It's not super strong or anything, but I can't convince myself that I taste otherwise. You could tell me this was coconut cream pie ice cream and I'd be like "umm, ok, nice job". As a marshmallow flavor though, I'm kind of at a loss for words. It's a real nice ice cream, I'm just totally confused right now. Well, somewhat confused because to be honest, I could go for another bowl of it right now. Good ice cream is good ice cream, no matter what the flavor is (within reason).
On Second Pint: My wife happily finished off the first pint, so let's take a crack at the second pint and we'll just see what happens. I made a point to go real slow yet I still think I taste a hint of coconut, but I think I know why. Somehow the marshmallow and graham have melded together to give this mellow, sweet coconut vibe. This pint has even more marshmallow swirl than the last so I wound up getting more of a gooey vibe this time. I want to apologize for my taste buds being confused on this one. This is an interesting flavor, my wife loves it, but to be honest I preferred this combination when it was balanced with some strawberry in their Baked Alaska.
Verdict? Well done... but confusing
Buy Again? Mrs. Dubba says yes!