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*** Pricing includes a $1.00 refundable glass jar deposit. Yes, that's right – the ice cream comes in a sweet, refundable glass jar ***
True royalty. Rose ice cream with speckles of golden, caramelized white chocolate throughout.
Ingredients: sweet cream base (milk, cream, sugars (cane sugar, liquid invert sugar), skim milk powder, egg yolk, locust bean gum, guar gum), caramelized white chocolate (white chocolate (sugar, vegetable oil, whole milk powder, nonfat dry milk, palm oil, soy lecithin), coconut oil), rose water, beet juice (for colour), vanilla
Contains: milk, egg, soy, coconut
How does Four All Ice Cream make better ice cream?
Four All starts their ice cream with fresh, all-natural, local Guernsey cow milk from Eby Manor farm, combined with local cream. To get the freshest, richest flavour they pasteurize their ice cream base themselves in small batches at their Kitchener facility; which is the smallest dairy plant in Ontario (400 square feet)! From there they combine local and/or responsibly sourced ingredients from small farmers, bean-to-bar chocolate makers, small-batch coffee roasters, and local distillers and brewers in order to achieve robust, full, deep flavour profiles - which are best described as "tasting deliciously real".
Four All Ice Cream is better because through their partnerships with local farmers, producers & other small-batch manufacturers they create fresh and seasonal flavours that support local and showcase the best of the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Four All is continuously looking to collaborate with creative minds and makers!
Who is behind Four All Ice Cream?
Ajoa, Founder and Chief Ice Cream Maker, created Four All with the dream of making handcrafted ice cream using all-natural, locally-sourced ingredients in order to provide a better choice for all ice cream lovers who want to indulge in a sweet treat without compromise to their well-being.
Her obsession with hand-crafted ice cream began during a heatwave in August 2003 when, instead of an air-conditioner she bought an ice cream machine. Not only did she save money, the ice cream from the little machine was so good! Fast forward to now, tons of ice cream experiments later, Ajoa and her team are making the best possible ice cream they can in Kitchener-Waterloo.