Today, we set our sails for Paradice Cream Factory. Judyann Horton (General Manager), invited us to bring the boys for a private tour of the facility. An offer we found just to YUMMY to pass up.
Paradice Cream is located in the old Casa Picaso restaurant building on Coconut Drive, right after Mermaid Supermarket and Isla Bonita Yacht Club.
Judyann Horton (General Manager), runs the shows and she took us on a private tour of the facility. We got to see the machines that make ice-cream, all the ingredients (syrups, flavorings, additives, candy and cookies), that go into making each batch. The many chest freezers, all store five (5) gallon containers full of the various flavors ready for transport to their various store locations.
Paradice Cream makes their ice-cream base using all genuine natural ingredients.
Paradice Cream imports all their heavy cream from the United States. They have selected a specific cream base (which give them the quality & taste), they are looking for in producing premium ice-cream. All their ice-cream is stored in 5-gallon buckets right here at the factory, until the various store locations need them. Paradice Cream now sells pints & quarts, to satisfy everyone's sweet tooth.
Now that the tour is over, the true excitement begins. Judyann opened up a chest freezer and pulled out none-other than UNICORN POOP! Romen went ballistic.
Romen's face says it all. This was an incredible treat for the boys, getting to see how ice-cream is made. The ice-cream (itself) was absolutely amazing and we truly want to thank Judyann for allowing the boys inside the factory for this private tour.
I can truthfully say, I've never eaten Unicorn poop in my life. We adored the color, the taste, and just the mentality of it. Eating unicorn poop has to be a "bucket-list" experience for many.
This was a great family adventure together. The boys absolutely loved it and the taste testing at the end, nailed it for us.
Three Store Locations, one located next Carlos & Earnie's Runaway Grill on Coconut Drive and two stores south of the island with one being inside Black Orchid Restaurant.
Paradice Cream carries about 25 flavors with new ones changing out each season. They hand-make all their waffle cones right there at the shop, and offer guests topping choices. If you can't live without your favorite flavor, they make pints & quarts for you to purchase and take home. Our favorite flavors were Butter Pecan, Peanut Butter Cup, Blueberry & Strawberry Cheesecake. The kids seem to be enjoy Cookie Monster and Unicorn Poop.
Cookie Monster Ice Cream
This ends another adventure for (2) boys in Belize.
This lovely lady I'm sitting next to (is Roman's mom), the mother to my grandson. Together, we are going to take the boys (Jaymin & Romen - Jaymin being my other grandson), on a series of adventures throughout the country of Belize. This is our photo diary of those adventures, to share with you. Many of these adventures can be enjoyed by families (just like us), while traveling on vacation in Belize.