Note: Ice cream is available by pint only.
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Named for our favorite police officer, who insists we always be stocked with his favorite flavor, chocolate chip.
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Strong and intense, like a great Johnny Cash song. We grow giant blackberries to blend into a vanilla base.
One of the great Canadian rock songs, Alannah Myles at her best, and our blackberries blended into a light chocolate base.
Yeah, a razzi, except ours tastes good. A rich raspberry ice cream with a semi-soft dark chocolate blended in.
Pure as the driven snow, made from our super sweet yellow Anne raspberries and a light vanilla base.
A really, really, really rich, dark, chocolate ice cream. Makes chocolate lovers swoon.
Straight-laced, non-threatening chocolate, for those who can’t face the full consequences of Chocolate Anarchy.
The Mother of All Anarchy’s favorite color and one of the great peace & love rock songs, made from our purple/blue blueberries and a light vanilla base.
Our super sweet yellow Anne raspberries blended in a light chocolate base. Chaste Anne’s alt cousin.
Thank you Steve Miller for one of the greatest song lyrics ever. A rich purple ice cream made from our farm-grown aronia berries (great taste, super good for you) and select peaches.
Peppermint ice cream made with our own peppermint plants.
Peppermint ice cream made with our own peppermint plants, with semi-soft chocolate chunks blended in.
Our nod to the Fabulous Dolly Parton – super rich, super creamy, super high-octane coffee ice cream.
Our coffee ice cream with our farm-grown red raspberries.
Vanilla. Subtle, spectacular vanilla.
We like to think the Jimi Hendrix Experience would like this flavor when they got the munchies. Half-baked aronia berry brownies blended into a rich aronia berry ice cream.
Our fresh grown red raspberries blended in a vanilla base. Named in honor of the ultimate performer’s ultimate song. A blend of three of our farm grown red raspberry varieties blended into a light vanilla base.
The common elderberry, genus Sambucus, has an awesome flavor when treated well; good tasting, good for you, and great color for your ice cream cone.
Homemade, half-baked ginger/chocolate/molasses cookies blended in a light vanilla base.
Bananas. Wizened blueberries. Vanilla. ‘Nough said.
Marquette red wine grapes as ice cream. Yes, please. The Sisters don’t do Needy, and that’s just what red wine grapes are. But it makes a really great ice cream.
Dedicated to great athletic women of substance – Lindsay Vaughn, Kendall Coyne, Sister Lily, etc. – who love a great breakfast ice cream. Maple, blueberries, and bacon.
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Plain Jane, I Want Candy, Snap, Officer Bob Special, Chaste Anne, and I Want Candy…with Chocolate.
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Chocolate Anarchy (x2), I Want Candy (x2), and Overtime (x2).
Naughty and nice.
Nice and nice.
Black Velvet (x2), Dirty Ann (x2), and Chocolate Anarchy (x2).
Nine to Five (x2), Whiner (x2), and Snap (x2).
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For the headstrong who know what they like. Choose any 6 pints you please.
Chocolate Anarchy, Crystal Blue Persuasion, I Want Candy with Chocolate, and Snap.
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Chocolate Anarchy, Chocolate Safe Space, Dirty Ann, Black Velvet, I Want Candy… with Chocolate, and Bronx Cheer.
Chaste Anne, Raspberry Beret, Crystal Blue Persuasion, Berry in Black, Respect Your Elders, and I Really Love Your Peaches.
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Ingredients: elderberry juice, aroniaberry juice, water, raw crystallized honey.
1 PINT (473ml), with free shipping
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Ingredients: elderberry juice, Marquette wine grape juice, raw crystallized honey.
Ingredients: aroniaberry juice, Marquette wine grape juice, raw crystallized honey.
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