Yuengling's Cookies & Cream Ice Cream
Vanilla Ice Cream with Old Fashioned Dark Chocolate Cookie Pieces
(There is a covering under the lid to seal the pint)
So yeah, besides a bit of (freezerburn?) grit, I enjoyed my afternoon snack. I was just thinking how the cookie wafers never make a huge textural impact. The C&C flavor is present in every bite, but you are never jarred from the experience by biting into a huge cookie piece which I think will be a let down to fans of big chunks. That said, this is pretty much what I expected from them and that's not a bad thing. Not every product needs to be mind blowing, but it does need to be good.
On Second Scoop: Ok, the second half of this pint just became my lunch and I don't have any serious complaints. I'm still sticking by my point that this is pretty much the flavor I expected from them. If you've had their other flavors, this one is their style. That said, something is missing and I can't quite place my finger on it. Did I get a pint with bad texture or is there also something different about their choice of cookies. My house is full of Oreo and Back to Nature and Whole Foods branded cookies and I realize they are all different, so I wonder if that's part of this. Did they use a wafer that gives a flavor profile that is just a bit more wheat and a little less cocoa maybe? If you dig C&C flavors, give it a try for yourself and let us all know how it goes.
Verdict? pleasant enough
Buy Again? at some point