As for the texture of the ice cream, this is definitely better than the other mainstream brands I had mentioned earlier. While obviously not as dense as a super-premium ice cream, it has a staying power and doesn’t melt all that fast. I was expecting this to be sort of fluffy in texture but that’s not the case. The creaminess doesn’t seem to have taken a hit either. Since this isn’t their premium brand, I’m guessing the price is cheaper as well so it’s a win-win all around on this one.
As far as Peppermint incorporated flavors go, I’d rank this one just behind Haagen-Dazs Peppermint Bark and Ben & Jerry’s Mint Chocolate Cookie. That’s saying a lot for an ice cream that falls more in the mainstream category. I can only imagine how this would stack up if they were to produce it under their Homemade Brand line.
Verdict? Possibly the best mainstream mint ice cream on the market!
Buy Again? If I had access to it, I’d buy a couple cartons when these started showing up for the winter season.