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Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream

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This perfect summer treat is handcrafted right here in the Pacific Northwest in small batches using the very finest ingredients. While their top flavors include Mukilteo Mudd, Danish Vanilla  Bean, Island Coconut, Mint Chocolate Chip, French Lavender and Cascade Mountain Blackberry, you’ll find plenty of other delicious combinations in the freezer, too.

Snoqualmie Ice Cream is not just perfect ice cream—it’s perfect ice cream produced in a sustainable, environmentally responsible manner. For owners Barry and Shahnaz Bettinger, the goal is simple—to create the very best, all-natural ice creams, custards, gelatos and sorbets from the most perfect, sustainably produced ingredients available. It is a commitment to both quality and community. To that end they grow their own lavender, raise chickens for eggs for their frozen custard, and use responsibly sourced products, such as chocolate from Belgium and vanilla beans from Madagascar. 

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Of course, for most of us, taste is everything when it comes to ice cream. The fact that it is on the menus at the Space Needle’s Sky City, the Chihuly Garden and Glass Café and Tulalip Casino is a good indicator that foodies have given their approval. But why not do some research yourself? Grab a pint or two, pick up a spoon, and dive into some handcrafted happiness!

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