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5 Ice Cream Flavors Perfect For A Different Kind Of Summer

Because you shouldn’t be vanilla anymore.

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Updated August 4th, 2020

Summer looks a little different this time around. While you can still hang out with vanilla sundae, your reliable friend for the past 14 years, maybe you can also use the pandemic to shake things up a little bit. After all, the virus has changed every other facet of life, so why not your ice cream choices as well? Here are five unique, but excellent, flavors to try.

The Flavors

Joel Ang

Christina's Homemade Ice Cream

$$$$ 1255 Cambridge St

Flavor: Coconut Butterfinger

Apparently in the United Kingdom, there are coconut-flavored Butterfinger cups for sale. We’re not sure why they weren’t a part of the latest free trade deal, but at least those of us living across the pond can enjoy this great version at Christina’s.

Joel Ang


$$$$ 140 Brookline Avenue

Flavor: Banoffee Pie

OK, there’s a lot going here with this banana, caramel, dark chocolate, and graham cracker vegan ice cream. But somehow it all works together nicely, which is more than we can say for the Sonic The Hedgehog movie.

Joel Ang

Honeycomb Creamery

$$$$ 1702 Massachusetts Ave

Flavor: Jasmine and Sea Salt Ganache

You might have missed it, but we’ve already written about this refreshing scoop before. But we’re talking about it again, because this is a truly mind-blowing concoction. It tastes like a cold glass of jasmine tea, only in ice cream form, with little surprising bites of chocolate. You should try this as soon as possible.

Joel Ang

Chill On Park

$$$$ 142 Park St

Flavor: Graham Central Station

If we’re being honest, we’d take Graham Central Station over Grand Central Station any day of the week. We’d also take it over s’mores - which is exactly what this ice cream tastes like - because there are no melting marshmallows involved. New Yorkers and campfire enthusiasts, please don’t hate us.

Joel Ang

The Ice Creamsmith

$$$$ 2295 Dorchester Ave

Flavor: Coconut Pineapple

This is essentially an edible piña colada, which is something we didn’t think we needed until now. The only thing missing is the rum, though luckily for you, we’ve got an easy way to fix that.

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