Colorado’s Favorite Ice Cream Flavor Could Use a Little Oomph
A true flavor or not, we won't pass up a serving.
As the temperatures make their way to the warmer side of the thermometer, I think we're all getting excited about summertime. Summer has a lot to offer like water activities, long nights outdoors, and of course delicious treats like ice cream. Actually, who am I kidding, I eat ice cream at any time during the year, even winter.
That being said, do you have a favorite flavor?
In all honesty, I love all flavors of ice cream. So let me ask it like this, if you could only have one flavor for the rest of your life, what would it be? Mine would be chocolate with creamy peanut butter swirl. It's not always the easiest to find, but boy it's delightful. And I love to smother mine in hot fudge.
It turns out, the state of Colorado has a favorite flavor of ice cream.
According to The Daily Meal, Colorado residents turn to classic vanilla when they go for a scoop. This is according to Google searches within our state. Something tells me that we have been searching for vanilla ice cream to make something else with it.
For instance, Taste of Home says that the most iconic ice cream flavor in Colorado is a root beer float. While that's not entirely a flavor in and of itself, it is a delicious treat that I'm sure we'll enjoy more and more as summer approaches. And why isn't root beer float a standard flavor that is made and sold in a store?