En route home from a lunch out in a neighboring town, some friends took me here. One said that their ice cream was the best in the area.
Aggies Ice Cream is on a secondary road---Agamenticus Road---well away from the center of town, so not many people would happen upon it driving through town; but, it has a large loyal following so it can get be very busy there on the hot days in the summer. During our Saturday afternoon visit, it was moderately busy.
This ice cream stand has a walk-up window and seating at picnic tables at the back of the large parking lot. The stand serves frozen yogurt and ice cream. It boasts over 100 flavors.
I ordered a kiddie cup of Chocolate Walnut Fudge. With tax, it was $1.71. It was the equivalent of at least one full cup of ice cream. The chocolate ice cream base was very smooth and creamy. The coarsely-chopped walnuts were crunchy, not soggy, so they were fresh. The fudge sauce streaked through the ice cream was thick and rich, not thin and watery like chocolate syrup at other ice cream stands. Others in the party ordered SMALL cones. They got TWO SCOOPS. So, portions are generous.
The quality of ice cream served at Aggies is outstanding. It’s among the best ice cream stands in the area from Hampton, NH to Portland, ME.
For fall, they’ll soon be serving gingerbread with vanilla ice cream.
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