What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Does is vary or are you a creature of habit? Kemps is having a contest to determine the best ice cream to “bring back.” If you want to suggest one, here’s where to go vote.
These are the 4 that got brought back last year.
- The original Kemps Chocolate Chip Ice Cream was the most popular flavor during the 1970s and 1980s and Joe’s personal favorite growing up. Broken pieces of toffee candy, or “flavor boosters” as the Mauer family calls them, provide crunch and rich buttery flavor to the chocolate chip ice cream.
- The original Kemps Malt Shop Chocolate Ice Cream harkens back to the days of rich and creamy malts made to order. Smooth ice cream with real malt powder and high quality chocolate make a flavor just like the corner malt shop.
- The original Kemps GooGoo Cluster Ice cream was developed to recreate the taste of a candy bar first made in 1912. A tasty combination of caramel, marshmallow nougat, peanuts and milk chocolate, it was also the first candy bar to be made with more than just chocolate.
- The original Kemps Tin Roof Sundae was a favorite for many years with chocolate syrup and peanuts as the ‘tin roof’ topping. The name comes from the original sound of peanuts being removed from cans they were sold in, like the sound of rain on a tin roof.
What’s your favorite? Does eating a certain kind of ice cream bring back any memories to you? What would you LOVE to have as an ice cream flavor?