4 Refreshing Mint Chip Ice Creams to Try Around Town

Here’s the scoop on four creamy varieties you won’t want to miss
Grace Jaeger • Los Angeles Magazine • May 12, 2021
Dessert maestros are scooping up fresh takes on this classic flavor. Here are four we love. Fresh Mint Chip from Sweet Rose Creamery Fresh spearmint leaves from Kenter Canyon Farms—rather than spearmint extract—give this scoop a more herbaceous...
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