Want a great excuse for scarfing down some ice cream this week? Look no further than , where Kingfield’s Crème Fraiche Curry Crunch is on sale.
One dollar of each scoop of Curry Crunch sold at Anodyne goes towards a new playground at . The flavor was whipped up by , and first made its debut at a Kingfield National Night Out block party earlier this month.
Guilty pleasures and worthy causes are all well and good, but what does this new flavor taste like?
In the interests of journalistic inquiry, Patch bought a pint Wednesday afternoon, to sample. We have to report that it tastes a bit like a frozen laasi, or traditional Indian yoghurt drink. Taking its base flavor from the light crème fraiche and adding dashes of sugar, turmeric and cumin, Curry Crunch has a much more delicate flavor than most of Sebastian Joe's ice cream flavors. In fact, if it weren't for the unmistakable feeling of butterfat that lingers on the tongue after swallowing a bite, you might think you were eating frozen yoghurt.