I really enjoyed my visit to Little Man Ice Cream, not least because I visited them after 1 a.m.! After flying into the airport, I was craving an ice cream treat, and I was super delighted to try Little Man at that hour. The staff were friendly and playful and happy to let me try flavors. Here’s what I had:
Mexican Chocolate – This is a very light and smooth chocolate that almost reminded me of a Wendy’s frosty, but after a while there’s a subtle heat that comes in.
Thai Tea – This is a lighter flavor, not very sweet. It’s very tasty and refreshing for summer. If you like Thai tea, you’ll enjoy it.
Candied Ginger – This is a very creamy and perhaps tangy vanilla type base with lots of little candied ginger chunks. Very yummy!
Oatmeal Cookie – This has decent chunks of cookie, a good base but a very light flavor. Like a light and tangier vanilla, which makes the cookies pop.
Chocolate Whopper – This is a chocolate base that’s really milky, almost like a really good fugsicle flavor. Malted base with pieces of chocolate chip and whoppers. Staff didn’t know if it was gluten-free – I now realize the malt knocked it out, so no gluten-free designation. It’s always nice to be at a place with labels!
For a single, I got two flavors and it’s more than plentiful for $3.99. So a very good city price. If you’re not really hungry, go for a child’s size for $2.99. Honestly.
Overall this ice cream was more subtle than I prefer, but it had good flavors and a cute experience. And you can’t beat their hours! Unfortunately nowadays they are closing at more normal times, but what a great thing it was.
They also donate, scoop for scoop, to feed essential food like rice and beans to people who need it. Pretty awesome. Thanks, Little Man!
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