We carry a numerous selection of flavors from three of our favorite creameries each with their own unique flavors and styles.
Founded in 2004 as a scoop shop in downtown Great Barrington, SoCo makes super-premium ice cream, sorbet, and gelato. Sourced from a fourth-generation family farm in Vermont, SoCo makes all their own inclusions from scratch in their own kitchen, and use great ingredients like local fruits and real vanilla plucked from orchids halfway around the world.
Paul N. Nasrani’s passion for ice cream began on a small Pennsylvania farm.In 2006, Adirondack Creamery found the Boice Bros. dairy in Kingston, NY, which was established in 1914 and continues to be operated by the Boice Family. Adirondack Creamery makes its own ice cream based on an old fashioned recipe of cream, milk, sugar, and egg yolks. Nasrani developed flavors to add to the Adirondack Creamery line up including seasonal favorites such as Pumpkin Pie, Peppermint Stick, and Egg Nog.
Graeter’s Ice Cream
It all started on the streets of Cincinnati in 1870 when Louis Charles Graeter began selling ice cream. Graeter’s wife, Regina, took over the business when he passed and the business has stayed in the family ever since. What makes them stand out is how they make their ice cream. Using unique French Pot freezers, high butterfat is frozen with very little trapped air, yielding indulgent ice cream. If that wasn’t enough to win you over, a special blend of gourmet chocolate is poured into frozen, and broken up into soft unique chips in each batch!