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Sweden Scotland View Details. Icelanders love ice cream anytime, anywhere. So in the spirit of true Icelanders, Nordic Visitor's Canadian transplant, Catharinehas tried the most heralded homemade ice cream around the country This is We Tried It. Let's start with ice cream straight from the source -- rural Iceland. To avoid repetition throughout this post, there are a few features that all three countryside locations mentioned below share: are all incredibly lovely farms; they all milk their own cows every morning; and they all turn the morning's milk into the day's ice cream, adding almost exclusively natural flavours along the way.
It doesn't look like much from the outside, to be honest, but it's holding a very juicy secret. Homemade ice cream.
To up the cute factor, the whole thing is shaped like a cow udder and packaged beautifully in colourful wrapping. This place takes the "direct from the farm" concept very seriously. Not only can you enjoy ice cream made fresh from the milk of the cows on this very farm, but you can do so while watching the cows through a window between the cafe and the cow shed. How fun! I indulged in a single scoop of salted caramel ice cream in a waffle cone while there and it was the prefect balance of salty and sweet. Plus, I could have eaten a dozen of the waffle cones just on their own, they were so good!
You can really taste the freshness of this ice cream. It's wonderfully sweet and a nice treat after a long day on the road. Not heading out to Iceland's stunning countryside but still looking to indulge in a frosty treat?
Below are my two favourites. In a country where vanilla soft-serve was par for the course and largely considered the best thing since sliced bread, a colourful little shop serving up scoops of homemade gelato in a range of inventive flavours and in homemade waffle cones, to boot!
It's always busy but always worth the wait. I recommend the salted nut and caramel, because I'm a sucker for a salty-sweet combo But I can attest that the kiwi sorbet and strawberry ice cream are also delightful, as is the peanut butter cup, Oreo, and coconut It is the small shop in the city's west end serving up vanilla soft serve to lines of patrons that will wait in sun, rain, wind or hail for their cone.
If I'm going to soft serve it's going to be dipped in chocolate shell. There's no other way. Or you can hit every ice creamery in the country on a Full Circle adventure. Catharine Fulton is a journalist and travel writer. Find Catharine on LinkedIn. We'd love to give you the same amazing travel experiences as you read about in our blog! To visit the destinations and attractions mentioned in this post - and to discover a few new highlights along the way - check out these recommended Nordic Visitor tours.
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