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Cold Comfort Custom Flavour Ice Cream Pint - Value $25

Postcard redeemable for one custom ice cream pint, delivered to your door! Fill in the postcard with your contact information and idea for a custom flavour, and Cold Comfort will contact you to create the flavour of your dreams and deliver it directly to your doorstep.

We make real ice cream. A lot of folks say it’s the best they’ve ever had. It’s small batch, quality ice cream, born of creative force, care and intention. Curious, seasonally inspired flavours, and hand-crafted locally in small batches using local and organic ingredients, our ice cream is sure to give you a memorable experience.

Quality is imperative.
We are dedicated to making a high-density, quality ice cream. We do our best to avoid any ingredients that have been genetically modified and we use mostly organic ingredients, incorporating local fruits, herbs, and other locally produced items when possible. We use organic cane sugar and sometimes honey or pure maple syrup to sweeten the mix. Our organic eggs, cream, and milk are from Avalon (on the mainland). We use natural ingredients; we don’t shortcut by using artificial flavours, preservatives, emulsifiers, starches or stabilizers. Our overrun (air content) is remarkably low, which means more dense satisfaction in every mouthful.

You and Dairy don’t get along? We also make a dairy-free version of ice cream. It is essentially a sorbet, and the ingredients are usually not a lot more than coconut milk, organic cane sugar, and sea salt. Simple, rich, creamy, and delicious. You might not notice a difference. Some of our ice cream sandwich cookies are dacquoise (made with almond flour & meringue), so there are many options with non-glutenous ingredients.

2-1115 North Park St.
Victoria BC
Monday – Friday
4pm-9pm (we might open early on sunny days!)
Saturday & Sunday
Retail Value $25.00
Starting Bid $12.00
Bid Increment $2.00
Bid Count 9
Shipping (Optional) $2.00
Shipping (Bundled) $5.00

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Date Posted
Nov 18, 2018

Food & Drink