Front Porch Charleston Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream
Caramel Ice Cream with Crisp Vanilla Wafers and Sea Salt Caramel Swirl
The next thing that hits me are the salty notes in every bite. It's not salty like a chip, and it's not drying, but it's more diffuse then that. Hmmm, how can I say it better? It's like a sub-layer of saltiness. Yeah, that's not better.
It's a quality product that does justice to it's description. No complaints here.
On Second Scoop: You know one of the ways that I tell if a premium ice cream is worthy of your money? It's the one bite test on the second scoop. It's that singular moment where you can go "yeah, totally worthy" because this may sound strange coming from me, but sometimes I could eat just one bite of ice cream and go "ahhhh, that was good, and now I'm done for the night". Do you ever do that? Just take one final bite of an ice cream to finish off your eating for the day? I do... ok, "one bite" is sometimes more like 5-6 bites, but still. Sometimes it's all I want. I got a big blast of sweet, I've got a nice, somewhat buttery, somewhat salty hit of caramel, it's bundled in a nice package.... I'm good.
Verdict? I like it!
Buy Again? If I could