Cousin Kim Puliti sent along this photo of himself in the midst of making black licorice ice cream. His father Joe (Pep) Puliti left a comment on the Flavors page about licorice ice cream.
If I didn’t know better, I’d think he was about to head up to the roof to patch a hole with a bucket of tar.
In the close-up below you can see the rubber stamps on the wall behind Kim. These were used to stamp the flavors on the 5 gallon bulk ice cream containers as well as the pre-packaged 1/2 gallon, quart and pint containers that were sold in the store.
To the right is the lid from a Grasshopper flavor half gallon lid showing the rubber stamp. (Those were the days that a half gallon of ice cream was a half gallon. Today you buy what you think is a half gallon and it’s actually 1.75 quarts. )
3 thoughts on “Making Black Licorice Ice Cream”
Interested in purchasing some “Licorice Ice Cream”. Have looked everywhere. Can you help? Thank you.
Sorry. I have yet to see it being sold out there. There are plenty of recipes on the web you might want to try and make your own.
Can you give me the recipe for your Butterscotch ice cream?