The Tiny Shop In Washington That Serves Homemade Ice Cream To Die For
In the city of Seattle, freshly made ice cream is a local staple. With delicious options like Molly Moon’s and Cupcake Royale in almost every neighborhood, you’ll find something for everyone. But the most loved homemade ice cream in the city, and possibly the state, comes from a small shop located in a cluster of residential and commercial properties called Chophouse Row.
Kurt Farm Shop is tucked away in a small area of Chophouse Row, which is located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
The shop sells unique ice cream and local cheeses, most of which come straight from Kurtwood Farms on Vashon Island.
The ice cream here is exceptionally delicious.
The custard base is made at the Vashon Island farm with their cows’ cream and milk, organic cane sugar and fresh, pastured eggs. It is churned at flavored at the Kurt Farm Shop kitchen.
The ice cream flavors, such as lemon verbena and Triple Crown blackberries, also come from the farm.
The flavors are one-of-a-kind, and so is the taste.
Rich and luxurious without being too sweet, you’ll realize right away that this ice cream is special.
While you’re at the shop, pick up some local cheese.
Needless to say, it is also exceptional.
Have you ever visited Kurt Farm Shop? Here are some other ice cream shops in Washington that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
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