I read last night a great question from a Boston, Mass., area friend on Facebook: “I cannot find heavenly hash ice cream anywhere. Is it still made?”
The answer is “Yes!,” but before getting into the details, let’s go over the ingredients that comprise heavenly hash ice cream. This once popular ice cream made famous by Sealtest is a delicious mix of vanilla and chocolate ice cream filled with white vanilla marshmallow swirls, chopped almonds, and dark chocolate chunks. Yum!
As a Massachusetts resident, I know that Uhlman’s Ice Cream at 234 East Main St. in Westboro, Mass. (Tel. 508-366-2411), carries this flavor. Another Facebook responder mentioned Bubbling Brook Restaurant and Ice cream at 1652 High St. in Westwood, Mass. (Tel. 781) 762-9860), also featuring this flavor. I’d recommend calling these two places to make sure they currently carry this flavor.
Other than those two seasonal Boston area places, I haven’t seen heavenly hash. If you know of any ice cream stands or shops that carry heavenly hash, please leave a reply in the box below. It’s too tasty a flavor to ignore!
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