This light quality lets the caramel take the lead and really shine through. They say they use a salted caramel but the salt factor isn't all that high. You get a little saltiness on the backend but it works to bring out the sweetness in the apple base. The caramel isn't thick like I prefer but it's liquidy state lets it blend in with the base easily. Combining the two together and I'd be darned if I didn't feel like I was eating a creamy version of a caramel apple. The flavors just pair so nicely together. This is basically fall in a pint for me. Sure there's nothing in the way of solid mix-ins but I don't care. The ice cream's flavor is enough to keep me coming back for more and this pint was gone before I knew It.
I'm proud to say Adirondack Creamery is a company based out of my neck of the woods. This is what I expect from a New York based company. If you spot this flavor, don't hesitate to pick it up. It's the closest you're going to get to a caramel apple in ice cream form. Now I need to go try some more of their flavors out!
Verdict? Tastes like a caramel apple but without all of the mess!
Buy Again? Anytime I need a fix of fall.