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The Many (And Mouth-Watering) Flavors Of Jamaican Ice Cream:

Everyone loves a good ice cream, especially on a warm day. There is something about an icy scoop of ice cream, whether in a bowl or a cone.  

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For some of us, it invokes memories of childhood, playing endlessly in the sunshine. Each country around the world has their own styles and flavors that work for the tastes of people there, including those of fruits.

And I believe that in Jamaica we have a special attachment to ice cream- old or young. So people who have never had Jamaican made ice cream will be delighted when introduced to some of the tasty local flavours.

Our ice creams are adored for their freshness and all the delightful tropical fruit based flavors. 

There are common fruits like mango and coconut, but we have also perfected other flavors, more geared for adults, like rum and beer. 

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It makes for some interesting flavor combinations and believe me, it can be a hard decision to choose the flavour you want to have on that day. 

Jamaican made ice cream is also unique because it has a high content of butter; therefore typically any flavor you get will be creamy and buttery.

The buttery ice cream base with fruits like guava helps to give the ice cream a smooth fruity flavor, while not being too strong. By the way, Guava mixes very well with ice cream and helps cut some of the sweetness of the fruit by adding it in the creamy base. 

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Besides guava and mango, another very popular Jamaican fruit flavor is soursop. Perhaps one of the most popular Jamaican fruits there is, this green spiky fruit has a very white and creamy pulp that makes it just perfect for ice cream. 

You will also sometimes find passion fruit, though this comes as a sorbet and not an ice cream. Another favorite is naseberry ice cream. 

No matter what way you scoop it, ice cream is delicious, and you will have a hard time going wrong with whatever flavor you choose. 

So the thing that makes our ice cream standout amongst the best in the world is our tasty tropical fruits and flavors. They make for a delicious and smooth treat while enjoying the warmth of Jamaica. 

So whether you prefer mango or guava, coconut or soursop, rest assured you will be enjoying a delectable, refreshing and ice-creamy Jamaican treat.

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