Organic Craft Ice Cream Made with Farm-Fresh Milk
Snoqualmie Ice Cream is rolling out seven “handcrafted happiness” organic ice cream pints. That’s the Washington State-based company’s tagline. The company prides itself on using the best possible ingredients, with many sourced from the Pacific Northwest, including grass-fed milk and cream, eggs, berries and honey.
Snoqualmie Organic is a French-style, frozen custard. The farm-fresh milk is vat-pasteurized, slow cooked and crafted into ice cream in small batches with very little air. “We’ve been developing our organic line for over a year,” says Barry Bettinger, owner and founder. “We’re seeing a shift in the way people eat and choose their foods -- especially in the dairy world -- and we want to ensure our customers that we care about these choices just as much as they do.”
The seven flavors are: Chocolate, Cookies n’ Cream, Lavender, Mint Chip, Mixed Berry, Salty Caramel and Vanilla. The Lavender is a Snoqualmie signature flavor made with organic dried lavender buds from Provence, France, which are steeped in hot cream for four hours and strained, creating an infusion of flavor. All pints have a suggested retail price of $6.99.