We discovered Hershey Icecream at the Florida State Fair and at a few smaller ones and just had to find a local source. We talked to headquarters in Pennsylvania and the people were so nice and helpful, especially Catherine the Bookkeeper. We made a 70-mile round trip to their Ormond Beach ice cream parlor and will do it again. Ormond Beach is a beautiful city with a great beach that's close to Hershey's, so grab some ice cream and head to the ocean. The staff was pleasant, knowledgeable and conversational. They could serve as the city's information center.
Plenty of dairy choices as might be expected since the company produces nearly one hundred products. Others have commented on favors and it's a personal choice anyway, but you may want to check reviews. You can eat in their air conditioned parlor but seating is limited and you are surrounded by open buckets of tempting ice cream so maybe you go outside where there are several tables. I picked vanilla as the best standard reference for comparison. This ice cream is richer and more dense. More dense? Right, it has less air so you actually get more ice cream per spoon. As a Materials Scientist, I just had to point that out. Definitely a place worth the trip and a return trip.
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