Ice cream flavors

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Sophia informs me: “My favorite ice cream flavors are chocolate and Tweety.”

Took me a little while to remember that the ice cream truck at the park sells “Tweety” ice creams.

Posted by Diane on February 17th, 2003

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318 Responses to “Ice cream flavors”

  1. Ailina Says:

    THAT’S ADORABLE!!!!!!!! :D Tweet Thophia!!!

  2. Janet Taylor Says:

    Question: a friend of mine had some ice cream about 3 years ago that he says was called “Colonial Peach” ice cream. He says that Blue Bunny made it but the company emailed me and said that they never made that flavor. I’ve tried Blue Bell, Hiland and Ben and Jerry’s. Does anyone know what I am talking about?

  3. Angie Blair Says:

    I would like to know who the maker of Blue Moon Ice cream is and where I can find it in Atlanta GA

  4. Tracy Ward Says:

    Mooney’s makes Blue Moon. It’s a common flavor on Mackinac Island, Michigan.

  5. angie blair Says:

    Thank You Tracy Ward, for your answer to the Blue Moon ice cream, it is greatly appreciated.
    Angie Blair

  6. tom Says:

    what is the closest place from Northwest IA I could get blue moon ice cream? or is there anyplace to buy it online? thanx

  7. Deb Adams Says:

    where i can buy blue moon ice cream in Appleton,Wisconsin.

  8. Kim Stark Says:

    I would like to know if there is anywhere near Cleveland, Ohio that sells Blue Moon ice cream please! thank you

  9. nancy Says:

    where can i get blue moon ice cream in the janesville wisconsin or rockford illinois area?

  10. Diane Says:

    Okay, is “Blue Moon ice cream” really some kind of Al Qaeda code phrase or something? I’ve never heard of it.

  11. Jarod Says:

    That is so funny. I have just been looking all over for Blue Moon. I think it is sherbert. But if anyone knows where I can find it in Racine, WI area, let me know!!!

  12. Teresa Says:

    Stroh’s make Blue Moon ice cream. What I would like to know is if anyone knows the ingredients. I bought an ice cream maker and would love to make homemade Blue Moon. The description is vanilla ice cream with “citrus”. I think one ingredient is pineapple juice. Anyone know?

  13. Teresa D. Says:

    Stroh’s make Blue Moon ice cream. What I would like to know is if anyone knows the ingredients. I bought an ice cream maker and would love to make homemade Blue Moon. The description is vanilla ice cream with “citrus”. I think one ingredient is pineapple juice. Anyone know?

  14. Lara Says:

    I have recently found Blue Moon ice cream at Meijer’s. They have so many flavors available but only so much space so they rotate. Ask them when and if they’ll have it if you don’t see it.

  15. Tami Says:

    Does anyone know where to get Blue Moon in California?

  16. Pat Says:

    Does anyone know where Blue Moon ice cream can be found in Florida?

  17. Pat Says:

    Does anyone know where Blue Moon ice cream can be found in Florida?

  18. Kim DeGroot Says:

    Blue moon ice cream is made by Melody Farms. They have a website, Melody Farms . com, they were supposed to package it in take home half gallons this past fall, I have not found it in my grocery store(Meijers)in Michigan yet in take home size. They do offer it in Meijers purple cow in store ice cream counter for purchase on a cone.It is a great unusual flavor!

  19. jennifer Says:

    Does anyone know where I can find Blue Moon Ice Cream in Minneapolis, Minnesota? I found it a few years back at a Bridgeman’s but haven’t seen it since.

  20. Jennifer Says:

    You can buy Blue Moon by the scoop at Kilwins in St. Augustine, FL (and I assume at other Kilwin’s locations throughout the country), They also have superman ice cream

  21. pina Says:

    have yall looked in a grociery store? damn

  22. Jackie Says:

    To all you blue moon fans out there, I just bought a half gallon of blue moon ice cream, Cedar Crest makes it. does anyone out there know what flavor is blue moon supposed to be???

  23. Danelle Says:

    I am desperately searching for Bubble Gum Ice Cream. Does anyone know where I can buy Bubble Gum Ice Cream in take home size? i.e. grocery, specialty store. If not, do you know of any company that makes Bubble Gum Ice Cream and will deliver to your home? I live in Ann Arbor Michigan. (Metro Detroit Area) Any information would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks!

  24. Danelle Says:

    I am desperately searching for Bubble Gum Ice Cream. Does anyone know where I can buy Bubble Gum Ice Cream in take home size? i.e. grocery, specialty store. If not, do you know of any company that makes Bubble Gum Ice Cream and will deliver to your home? I live in Ann Arbor Michigan. (Metro Detroit Area) Any information would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks!

  25. Teresa Says:

    I went to the Melody Farms website given in a previous post. Melody Farms bought out some of the ice cream producers monopolizing the situation. Like I said in a previous post, Blue Moon is made by Stroh’s-not Melody Farms, Mooney or any other.
    It is an ice cream not a sherbert (response to above poster). I have been eating it (my favorite flavor) since the age of 6. I am 38 years old. My earliest memories are going to the Stroh’s ice cream parlour after my brother’s baseball games and getting it.
    If you want a take home of this flavor (or others like Bubble Gum) go to a Stroh’s ice cream parlour and purchase it. It will cost you though. I paid almost $10 for a 1/2 gallon of Blue Moon. It was worth every penny.

  26. Chris Says:

    Okay…my input re: Blue Moon Ice Cream. I have been craving a REAL blue moon ice cream cone for the last 15 years — but have yet to find the real thing. Stroh’s does make a blue ice cream but it’s not the real blue moon that contains little bits of pineapple – and the color is darker than the real blue moon (in fact, the Stroh’s blue moon looks like the darker blue found in “superman” ice cream). I’ve heard that Hershey’s Ice Cream Stores may carry the real blue moon but last year, when I traveled from Iowa to Michigan, we got to the door of the store and it was closed “out of business” (boo hoo) but there are other Hershey’s stores out there. You may want to check the yellow pages – I couldn’t find a list of store locations on the Hershey’s Ice Cream Stores web site (strange). If you find a store please let us all know if it’s the REAL thing! Until then..my search continues. I wonder if “Mooney’s Blue Moon” on Mackinaw is the real blue moon – if so, it may be worth a trip?
    P.S. We used to buy our Blue Moon ice cream @ Richardson’s Dairy in SE Michigan.
    Signed,
    On a wild goose chase for the real blue moon (yes, all of my relatives think I’m crazy)

  27. Teresa Says:

    I have never eaten a Blue Moon ice cream that has bits of pineapple in it. There is a Hershey’s Ice Cream Parlor near me. It is located in downtown Farmington Michigan right at the corner of Grand River and Farmington Road. They have the Blue Moon I have eaten my whole life. There was no pineapple in it. Do you think the fruity flavor of Blue Moon is pineapple and coconut?

  28. Heather Says:

    lol..is this icecream associated with blue balls?

  29. OTTO Says:

    WHENEVER MY DAUGHTER MOLLY VISITS MILWAUKEE CO. ZOO, SHE BUYS BLUE MOON ICE CREAM AT THE ICE CREAM COUNTER. SHE IS EXPECTING HER FIRST CHILD SOON! SHE LIVES(GRAYSLAKE, IL) ABOUT 10 MILES FROM THE WISCONSIN BORDER. DOES ANYBODY KNOW A PLACE CLOSER THAN MILWAUKEE TO BUY BLUE MOON, BECAUSE SHE SURE IS CRAVING SOME!!!!!!

  30. Gregg Nelson Says:

    Blue Moon Ice Cream – aaaahhh the memories of growing up in Michigan – sounds like it is still there@!!!!!! Any spots in Orlando, Fl??

  31. Alesha Says:

    They have the best blue moon ice cream at the Chocolate Coyote in Madison, WI.
    I am currently searching for some in the Chicago area, but have found nothing!

  32. amy Says:

    You guys are cracking me up. We recently opened a Hershey’s Ice Cream here in northern Indiana and we carry both Blue Moon and Bubble Gum, which we hand pack for people to take home. If anyone is really, really that desparate, I will look into how much it would be to ship with fry ice for you. ; )

    amy

  33. COIN Says:

    They have BLUE MOON and BUBBLE GUM ice cream at the Brite Spot in Hurley, Wisconsin.

    I want to buy these buy the 5 gallon pale.

  34. Coin Says:

    http://www.cedarcresticecream.com/

    CEDAR CREST HAS BOTH!

  35. Sarah Says:

    Blue Moon ice cream was my favorite when I was little and lived in Michigan. I havn’t seen it anywhere else since we moved to Texas. I always get some when we go back to visit. If anyone knows how I could get some in Austin Texas please let me know.

  36. Alesha Says:

    I found some!
    Calliedo scoops in Schaumburg, IL!

  37. Kerry Says:

    I don’t care about Blue Moon Icecream, but would like to know how I can get my local stores to stock Cedar Crest Icecream near Quadcities. It is better than Whiteys!

  38. Eric Says:

    I’ve just heard that something called Blue moon ice cream is the ice cream part of bubble gum flavor ice cream. Apparently the bubble gum balls are mixed in and perhaps there are no other ingredients. Can anyone confirm that we’re all talking about the same “Blue moon” ice cream?

  39. Eric Says:

    I’ve just heard that something called Blue moon ice cream is the ice cream part of bubble gum flavor ice cream. Apparently the bubble gum balls are mixed in and perhaps there are no other ingredients. Can anyone confirm that we’re all talking about the same “Blue moon” ice cream?

  40. Evan Says:

    You can get Blue Moon just off of Hilton Head Island, SC at Kilwin’s Ice Cream in the HH Factory Store 2. Also, the people in the store insist that the flavor Blue Moon has its own website, but I have yet to find it.
    mmmmm…Blue Moon shake…delicious….

  41. passerby Says:

    all you blue moonies need deprogramming. get help.

  42. Christina Says:

    My husband is from Michigan and he keeps telling me about Blue Moon Ice Cream and Superman Ice Cream, I have tried the Superman Ice Cream and it is awesom, but for the life of me cannot find anywhere to buy it. If you are from Idaho and you know where I can get my hands on some please let me know. Thank you…………

  43. Elle Says:

    *drool* Mmmm, Blue Moon… Wow! I haven’t had Blue Moon ice cream for over 15 years. Sigh.
    I’ve always loved ‘Blue Moon’. I’m eating Blueberry Cheesecake now, it’s from Haagen Dazs.
    The only place I’ve seen Blue Moon was in Michigan… many, many years ago. An Old Fashioned Ice Cream Parlour had Blue Moon and Blueberry Cheesecake flavors. Then one day when I went back, it had closed. *sniff* I saw Mooney’s Blue Moon, but it wasn’t the same. Then it disappeared.
    I loved the taste and color of the Ice cream. A very strange blue, more like turquiose maybe. Oh so delicious, rich, creamy, fruity…okay.
    Hee hee…I saw someone mention the ‘Superman’ flavor. isn’t that sherbert? I remember trying that one when I was a kid, is that one still around? :o)

  44. jon Says:

    Blue Moon Ice Cream is Wedding Cake Flavored. You can buy it in your local gorcery store…I used to work for a parlor that made it right in the store…you may purchase it at Tylers, Cortez FL and in St Armonds Circle, Sarasota/Long Boat Key FL.

  45. jon Says:

    Blue Moon Ice Cream is Wedding Cake Flavored. You can buy it in your local gorcery store…I used to work for a parlor that made it right in the store…you may purchase it at Tylers, Cortez FL and in St Armonds Circle, Sarasota/Long Boat Key FL.

  46. ohmigods Says:

    BLUE MOON
    u can buy blue moon ice cream @
    Blue Moon at IceCreamSource.com
    also if you live near detroit u can buy
    1/2 gallon pails for 5.99 at Calders ice cream
    store/creamary in lincoln park Mi 2 blocks east of fort st. on southfield highway… good stuff maynard

  47. Elle Says:

    has anyone here ever ordered ice cream through the mail? sounds kinda weird. how do they do that? i can only imagine opening the mail box and getting a cup of soup. sigh.

  48. Nikki Says:

    I can’t believe a conversation went on this long about an ice cream flavor. And I thought I was an ice cream nut. I grew up in Michigan loving Superman & Blue Moon, but I thought it was everywhere. I love the stuff & if anyone finds a place closer to Chicago than Schaumburg, please post it. I would love to have it in my freezer.

  49. tiff Says:

    I have never heard of bluemoon icecream until i read these comments, but geeze i sure want to try some………..

  50. Bruce Says:

    The original Blue Moon Ice Cream was made by Mooney’s Dairy in Saginaw Mi. Stroh’s bought out Mooney’s some time ago but they still make Blue Moon with the same recipe as did the Mooneys. There are many other flavors that are the Mooney’s recipes and there are some new ones too. Stroh’s ice cream is totally different and not as creamy and good as Mooney’s. The original Blue Moon does contain pineapple tidbits and the flaver is considered to be pineapple. The blue color was added to make it not so pale and to be different from vanilla. You can still buy it at Mooney’s Ice Cream Store on State St. in Saginaw. We just came from there and yes that had Blue Moon in the 3 gallon tubs just like they always have had it.

  51. Bruce Says:

    The original Blue Moon Ice Cream was made by Mooney’s Dairy in Saginaw Mi. Stroh’s bought out Mooney’s some time ago but they still make Blue Moon with the same recipe as did the Mooneys. There are many other flavors that are the Mooney’s recipes and there are some new ones too. Stroh’s ice cream is totally different and not as creamy and good as Mooney’s. The original Blue Moon does contain pineapple tidbits and the flaver is considered to be pineapple. The blue color was added to make it not so pale and to be different from vanilla. You can still buy it at Mooney’s Ice Cream Store on State St. in Saginaw. We just came from there and yes they had Blue Moon in the 3 gallon tubs just like they always have had it.

  52. Les Says:

    Blue Moon is available at Jones Icecream in Baldwin MI (Without the pineapple chunks). It is also available in Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach FL (With Pineapple chunks). In Fort Myers – Blue Pepper – corner of College PKWY and US 41, Fort Myers Beach – Love Boat Ice Cream – San Carlos BLVD. I think the flavoring might have something to do with Blue Curacao?

  53. Les Says:

    PS… If your are in Baldwin MI and stop at Jones, order Blue Moon with their Lemon Chifon in a cup. Have them pack half the scoops of Blue Moon on one side of the cup and the Lemon Chifon on the other side, it is ‘da bomb’.
    PSS.. I can’t believe nobody has mentioned that Blue Moon icecream makes you poop green!! I have been eating it since I was 3 years old. I just found it in FT Myers this week.

  54. Les Says:

    PS… If your are in Baldwin MI and stop at Jones, order Blue Moon with their Lemon Chifon in a cup. Have them pack half the scoops of Blue Moon on one side of the cup and the Lemon Chifon on the other side, it is ‘da bomb’.
    PSS.. I can’t believe nobody has mentioned that Blue Moon icecream makes you poop green!! I have been eating it since I was 3 years old. I just found it in FT Myers this week.

  55. kelly Says:

    For those who are trying to find Superman ice cream … TCBY has a very, very similar blend available in scoopable real ice cream (versus their soft-serve yogurts). I forget the name of the flavor, but it’s red, yellow, and blue in color. Hope this helps everyone.

  56. kelly Says:

    Went to the website, and “Rainbow Cream” was the name of the TCBY flavor that is exactly like “Superman.”

  57. Mary Says:

    I am from Michigan but my husband is now in the air force and I now am stuck in Oklahoma..I have loved superman ice cream as a child and was wondering if anyone knows of a website or a place close to Oklahoma City that I can find it..I really appreciate the help..thank you.
    Mary :)

  58. Cheri Says:

    I’m looking to find superman ice cream. We are from MI and now live in SC and I was hoping to get some shipped in somehow. Thank you!

  59. Cheri Says:

    I’m looking to find superman ice cream. We are from MI and now live in SC and I was hoping to get some shipped in somehow and from somewhere. Thank you!

  60. Bonnie Says:

    Thank-you Bruce!!! Someone finally had the straight scoop (lol) about Blue Moon. I grew up in Saginaw, Mi and visited the Mooney’s frequently. It was the original Blue Moon, not Stroh’s or Melody Farms!

  61. craig Says:

    Damn, Blue Moon…I remember the days, growing up in NW Penn. Friday evening, old man got paid, road trip to the Cow Palace for my triple scoop on a regular cone. Never had the sugar cones back then. Mmm, mmm good. Tarpon Springs, FL…we need something closer than Fort Myers…Help!!

  62. SkittlePuke Says:

    I am from Michigan and Blue moon has been my fave Ice cream since I was 3…maby even earlyer. I am 20 now. And all I can say is that it is better than a certain activity. ;) Anyways if you live in the Eastpointe, Roseville, St Clare shores area you can get it at the drive thrugh 24 hour Coney Island on 9 mile between Gratiot and Kelly.
    Oh and some anoying hipster coffie house on 9 and I think Little Mack carryes it to. And this old timey ice cream/candy stand on 10 mile between Gratiot and Schoner They will sell it to you in gallon or half gallons. And a few other locations that I can’t think of now. I am just luckey enough to have a few good places to get it when ever I want :)
    I have never had it with Peinapple… must have been befor my time…sounds good though. All I know is that they added red and white pop rocks to it…I was thrown off at first but it is actualy kinda good. And now they added mini marshmalows to the mix..eewww. So basicly around here you have 3 differnt kinds of blue moon.It is however kinda hard to find just plane blue moon … I cry but I will live. Anyone else try the pop rocks mix yet? I heard somewere that they will be discontinuing the pop rocks and marshmello soon though.

  63. BigAl Says:

    I have been looking for Blue Moon ice cream for years! I got my first taste of it at a little ice cream shop called “The Caboose” in Gaston, Indiana. I live in the Indianapolis area now and have had a lot of trouble trying to find it. However, tonight I just hit paydirt! The Handel’s frozen custard stand in Fishers, Indiana (off of 116th street) has it. It is pretty close to the blue moon of my childhood, but it is a little bit darker in color. The taste is quite good, but I would give my two front teeth to have the real thing. If anyone knows of another place I can find it in the Indianapolis area, please tell me! Until then, I’m gonna be at Handel’s every night!

  64. Jacob Says:

    damn all i hear from most of the comments is how can i get ice cream without moving my fat lazy Ass. order it online maybe lol
    plz stop your killing me
    thx

  65. Gordon Says:

    Did anybody here ever eat at the old Mooney’s store on Gratiot and S. Webster in Saginaw? I grew up about a mile away from it, so we went a lot. I went back to town, and it’s now a Rite-Aid. I guess the store is no more.

    Anyway, Mooney’s is a Michigan company that makes many, many flavors of ice cream. If I recall correctly, most ice cream uses about 8% milkfat — Mooney’s uses 12%. So yeah, not too good for the ol’ arteries, but it’s soo much richer than most ice cream. And of course, delicious.

    My mom invented (or claims to be the inventor of) quite an invention: an ice cream sandwich made with chocolate chip cookies and superman ice cream. Sounds odd, but quite delicious

  66. Elle Says:

    I just went to TCBY and got the ‘Rainbow Cream’. It’s just vanilla ice cream with bright colors. Blah. It didn’t really have a good taste either.
    I forgot what flavor ‘Superman’ ice cream was. Anyone know?
    Also, I found Blue Bunny ‘Blues Clues’ Ice cream. It’s blue vanilla ice cream with blue cookies. Not too bad, but I still want my Blue Moon. Nothing comes close. It’s the best!

  67. Rachel Says:

    You can get Blue Moon Ice Cream at the Double Dip Deli in Whitewater, Wisconsin. It tastes sort of like fruity pebbles.

  68. Gina... Says:

    Sounds like some of us may have varying ideas of the “REAL” Blue Moon. I, personally, have no idea which one is the origional but I do know that the Blue Moon I grew up with did not have pineapple chuncks, nor did it taste like pineapple. The “real” Blue Moon I know, love and have desperately trying to transport from MI to VA does not taste like anything else. My very first “real” job was at an ice cream parlor (mom and pop run) in a small but touristy town and whenever people came in and asked about Blue Moon (or asked for my recomendation lol) all I could tell was “try it for yourself, it has it’s own flavor”-many tried to name the flavor but 99% agreed…”it tastes like “BLUE”!”.

    Gosh, I have forgotten ALL about Superman flavor ice cream! The name sure rings a bell but I can’t remember anything about it!

    So, like many…I continue my search of how to get Blue Moon to where I live now! lol

  69. Sara Says:

    I grew up in Michigan 3 blocks from Stroh’s ice cream parlor, so naturally I ate Blue Moon and Superman ice cream. I currently live in California and have my mom ship me Blue Moon and superman in dry ice. It costs a little more but it’s worth every penny.

    Does anyone know if Saunders currently make Vernors ice cream?

  70. Sara Says:

    I grew up in Michigan 3 blocks from Stroh’s ice cream parlor, so naturally I ate Blue Moon and Superman ice cream. I currently live in California and have my mom ship me Blue Moon and superman in dry ice. It costs a little more but it’s worth every penny.

    Does anyone know if Saunders currently make Vernors ice cream?

  71. Dustin Says:

    For those asking about the flavors of Superman they are Lemon, Cherry, and oddly enough Blue Moon.

  72. Ginger Says:

    Me and my daughter love Blue Moon ice cream. We used to live in Ludington Michigan where we could walk down the street to House of Flavors and get it fresh from that factory. Boy, that is one thing we miss about Ludington. My daughter keeps asking why we can’t have it here in Orlando but I can’t find it anywhere.

  73. Julie Hester Says:

    I live near Dallas, Texas and I would like to know where I can buy Blue Moon? Its so good!!
    Thanks.

  74. Julie Says:

    I live near Dallas, Texas and would like to know where to purchase Blue Moon ice cream? Its so good! Thanks.

  75. steve Says:

    I live in Port Huron Michigan, and would like to know where I can find Peanut Butter cup in half gallon size since just recently it was only available in 3 gallon size.

  76. Lisa Says:

    Someone please help! I live in central Pennsylvania. Where can I get Blue Moon icecream? I’m from Chicago and I havn’t had it since I was little. (now 35!)

  77. diane Says:

    I used to get Blue Moon ice cream in Beloit Wisconsin 42years ago. There was a mom and pop place across from the Dairy Queen that had it and a place called The Chocolate House in Downtown. Ludington Michigan had a Chocolate house 25y ago and carried it too. My Niece who visits her grandparents in Ludington said it’s her fav too and they still have it there. I am trying to locate them to request shipping to Mississippi! Help if you have info

  78. Jackie Says:

    For all you downtown Chicagoans dying for Blue Moon, go to the Swiss Gourmet Ice Cream shop at 2187 N. Clybourn Ave. in Lincoln Park. Their phone number is 773/755-4616. They will hand pack a pint for you. FYI–this Blue Moon tastes just like the Stroh’s that I had as a child in Michigan over 30 years ago–sky blue in color and definitely no pineapple.

    I have a (half-eaten) pint from Swiss Gourmet in my freezer right now. My husband thinks I’m nuts when I go for a “Blue Moon run”–but I think it’s worth every yummy calorie!

    Nutmeg, huh? I would have never guessed it, but now that you mention it, it does make sense. Any other standout ingredients in Blue Moon? Now, you’ve got me incredibly curious.

  79. John Says:

    Blue moon ice cream by Stroh’s was my favorite growing up in Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
    To me it always had a faint taste that reminded me of Dr. Pepper.

  80. Bob Says:

    Where can I buy Hershey’s frozen yogurt in northeastern Penna.?

  81. Vera Says:

    Is there someplace where you can find a complete listing of states and maybe cities where you can find this Blue Moon and Superman ice cream?

    Thanks.
    Vera

  82. scott Says:

    Blue Moon Ice Cream

    I’m 36 yrs old, and it’s been my all-time favorite since I was a kid.

    I’ve done a lot of digging over the years, and there’s surprising little information about Blue Moon ice cream. Not only that, but the places that actually make the stuff are extremely reluctant to say anything about it. Ask them sometime, and you will see. Most shrug their shoulders.

    The claim that Blue Moon was created by Mooney’s Dairy in Saginaw is just that – a claim. Saginaw, indeed. In my hunting I’ve come across no less than 12 companies/parlours that lay claim to being the originators of Blue Moon. There is absolutely no hard evidence that it was created in Michigan – or Wisconsin for that matter.

    In fact, though Michigan and Wisconsin are the two main states that seem to carry Blue Moon, there’s a bit of evidense that actually points further East on that map. More on that later.

    Beware of anyone that tells you pineapple was part of the original Blue Moon, or should be in the ice cream today. Absolutely nothing I’ve found says that pineapple is an ingredient of Blue Moon. Local variations may have added pineapple, but every old timer I’ve asked scratches their head over that one. Pineapple indeed.

    Having grown up in Grand Rapids, Michigan Blue Moon was everywhere. For West Michigan, Hudsonville Ice Cream was the main supplier during the 70s and 80s. Still may be today. Briefly – very briefly – in the late 80s they sold Blue Moon in grocery stores. It never caught on, and they stopped.

    I’ve had it in several places and Wisconsin, and none of them tasted like what I was raised on. That doesn’t mean that Michigan Blue Moon is the original – or better – just different. Again, no one seems to really know what the original really is…

    The best, and I do mean the BEST Blue Moon that I’ve had comes from Sherman’s Dairy in South Haven, Michigan. Sherman’s makes all their ice cream right there. In the summertime, be prepared to stand in some seriously long lines! They sell Blue Moon right outta the freezer as well – half gallon, gallon, buckets, etc. Trust me when I say that it’s the creamiest, most amazing Blue Moon you will ever have.

    Now we get to the good part: WHERE did Blue Moon come from and WHAT is in it?

    There are a few things I learned that are a bit interesting: I talked with managers at both Hudsonville Ice Cream and Sherman’s about Blue Moon. For Hudsonville, I just called up and spoke with the floor manager on duty and asked him, point blank, what’s in Blue Moon Ice Cream? On a visit to Sherman’s a few years ago I asked for the owner. He wasn’t in, but again I got the floor manager. Neither would say. In fact, it goes deeper than that. They weren’t being secretive or reluctant. They seemed to actually not know! After much persistance, I was finally able to get some information out of both.

    They don’t know what’s in Blue Moon ice cream. And that’s the truth.

    That wasn’t the most shocking aspect of this story. The most bizarre thing of all is that both actually admitted that the flavoring for Blue Moon comes from……are you ready….a pre-mixed package.

    Yup.

    Indeed.

    I was as shocked as you.

    Where did they get this pre-mix packaged goodness? Both of them wouldn’t tell me the exact source. However, they would tell me that it was from a company in Pennsylvania. Now, stop and think about this: BOTH of them admitted to this fact. If I have to go with some kinda truth in all this Blue Moon Madness, I’ll put my money there.

    I shall leave you all with a little tale of science and modern technology.

    By 1988 I’d had enough. I NEEDED to know what was in Blue Moon. A friend from high school was attending the University of Michigan as a chemistry student; working in one of the many forensic pathology departments.

    Perfect.

    If anyone could figure out what the hell was in Blue Moon, he could. I got him a small sample; carefully packed away in a shot glass wrapped with Saran wrap. Hey, it was the best I could do at the time.

    Weeks went by. Nothing. Finally, I get a call. He and several friends had been analyzing the strange blue liquid I had given them (I did tell them that it was ice cream), and it had become sort of an obsession. They ran several tests on the substance, did a bunch of extractions, and had run into a brick wall.

    They couldn’t say exactly WHAT was in the stuff.

    Oh sure, there were some easy markers that showed up right away: diary, sucrose, a slew of unspellable preservative compounds…. Expected stuff.

    But as to what actually gave the ice cream it’s distinct flavor they couldn’t really say. All their tests did reveal that other compounds were present, but they couldn’t identify any of them.

    Except one.

    Nutmeg.

  83. MARY Says:

    PLEASE!! SANDERS USED TO MAKE A VERNORS FLAVORED ICE CREAM. IF ANYONE KNOWS WHERE I CAN GET IT I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT!!

  84. Sheri & Kaye Says:

    We are 56 years old and have been big fans of Blue Moon all our lives. Both of us are from Ludington, Michigan and have been led to believe that Blue Moon was originated by the Neal family that owned and operated the Park Dairy, now known as House of Flavors. It’s still our favorite! When I come back to Ludington for a visit, the first place I go is the House of Flavors for my Blue Moon fix, even before visiting family. I dream about it back in Connecticut. All this talk about Blue Moon and I’m ready for my second cone of the day!

  85. molly Says:

    does anyone know where to get blue moon ice cream in oregon or california????

  86. Susan Says:

    I am looking for Mooney’s Maple Walnut ice cream. I live in the metro Detroit area. I have not been able to find it.

  87. Susan Says:

    I am looking for Mooney’s Maple Walnut ice cream. I live in the metro Detroit area. I have not been able to find it.

  88. Joshua A. Hershberger Says:

    Can any tell me the exact flavors in, my FAVORITE, superman ice cream?? My girlfriend and a site toftsdairy.com/scoop.htm says it is just vanilla that is colored. This can’t be true and it will shatter all my memories if it is. I would like to know the flavors and mabye a reliable resource to prove it. Thanx!

  89. Joshua Says:

    Can any tell me the exact flavors in, my FAVORITE, superman ice cream?? My girlfriend and a site toftsdairy.com/scoop.htm says it is just vanilla that is colored. This can’t be true and it will shatter all my memories if it is. I would like to know the flavors and mabye a reliable resource to prove it. Thanx!

  90. robert Says:

    Can anyone tell me where I can get blue moon icecream in Los Angeles. I used to have it when I lived in Michigan. Mooneys made it. I was recently in Aurora, IL and found it at Meijer’s.

  91. kristina Says:

    I live in Chicago and am moving to Grand Forks ND and am looking for SUPERMAN ice cream in any of these places or near around them. Please e-mail me if u know where i can get it or if i can order it on the internet.

    thanx!!!!!!!!
    Kbaybee69@aol.com

  92. M.J.Brady Says:

    I remember getting a Blue Moon ice cream at
    Allen’s Ice Cream Shop in Littleton, CO in
    the mid sixties. Also found it at a dairy
    store in Broomfield, CO in the early eighties.
    Have not seen it since.

  93. silver jewelry Says:

    I LOVE ICE CREAM!!! Doesn’t matter the flavor, they’re all good!

  94. Tammy Says:

    I can’t believe there are so many others who love Blue Moon as much as me…and the memories of growing up in Michigan and going to Stroh’s during the summer in the back of an old Ford pick up to get it. I live in Florida now and have never found it anywhere. A relative actually bought the huge commercial containers of it at Strohs, packed it in dry ice, and brought it down. Needless to say it was gone in 10 days. If anyone knows an easier way to get it in the Tampa Bay area, let me know.

  95. Carib Joe Says:

    My wife and I recently fell in love with Tira Misu ice cream. It was sold by the scoop at Meijer in Michigan, but they no longer carry it. Does anyone know where it’s sold ( by the scoop or the carton)?

  96. Anna Mae Says:

    ***********SUPERMAN ICE CREAM**********

    I want it. I need it. I have to have it!!! I was born in MI and went back to visit family when I was growing up. But now I’m all grown up and live in CO and there is no Superman Ice Cream! I wrote to Melody Farms and they said that they don’t ship out of state. How disappointing.
    I did find a store out there that said they would ship it to me, but I lost their address!!! I was SO mad!

    Please help me find my ice cream.

    SUPERMAN IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    thanks everyone.

  97. Ray Knight Says:

    Actually,

    My memory is foggy – Can anyone tell me who made the Vernor’s ice cream? Was it Vernor’s, Sanders, Strohs, Saunders, etc?

    Thanks.

  98. Lisa Says:

    I just found a website http://www.icecreamsource.com

    I know they have blue moon ice cream not sure if it is anything like Stroh’s Blue Moon. I am sure they have a lot of other flavors

    to all of you outside of MI that want it don’t feel too bad I live here and can never find it.

  99. Jill Says:

    I’m eating SUPERMAN ICE CREAM RIGHT NOW! I love it, I found this site by typing in “I love superman ice cream”!!! Haha…for the ingredients: milk, cream, sugar, corn syrup, whey, artifical flavoring, vanilla extract, mono and diglycerides, malic acid, cellulose gum, guar gum, carrageenan, turmeric (color), FD&C blue no. 1, FD&C red no 40, canillin (artificial flavor). SO MORE OR LESS: VANILLA FLARORED ICE CREAM AND ARTICIALLY FLAVORED COTTON CANDY ICE CREAM –> or as the box claims. As a kid I used to think it was vanilla, blue moon, and strawberry… I used to eat it as a kid at Meijer’s in Ann Arbor, Mi. Now that I’m a senior at Michigan State, I for the first time found it in a small box at the Meijer’s in Okemos (their kind is called “Scooperman”). Same thing ofcourse! Hope that helped! ~Jill

  100. Lisa Says:

    Tonight my 10 year old Daughter went in to the corner convience store and found a 1/2 gallon of Blue Moon. I was made by Melody Farms. they also own Strohs, Saunders and more. if you go to http://www.melodyfarms.com they also make superman and other stuff i have seen people ask for on here. if you go to “contact us” they give you an 800 phone number to call for orders. I say give it a try. Or e-mail them and ask if they service your area. who knows maybe they will ship you some!!!
    I hope you all get some. I had some earlier tonight and it was wonderful

  101. Marty Says:

    Is it possible to still “BUY” Saunders hot fudge, if so PLEASE, tell me how… Marty

  102. Lisa Says:

    I live in the Detroit area and we can get it at any grocery store. I found a link on the Melody Farms web page that takes you to The Sanders web page. you can order some online. You gotta love the internet

  103. Ray Knight Says:

    Thanks, Lisa.

    I’ll call the number Monday.

    Anyone ever had Vernor’s ice cream? It tastes like Vernors soda. Is it still made?

  104. Shelby Says:

    I hate this site, it doesn’t give me any information on which tastes better, chocolate or sherbert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i hate this website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  105. Teresa D. Says:

    Yes, Ray, I have had Vernors ice cream. My mother would take me to Saunders at the mall when I was a little girl and I would get it. It came in a sugar cone. I don’t know if they still make it but if they do, I would really love to have some. Its been 30+ years since I have had it.

  106. Ryan Says:

    URGENT:
    Has anyone ever heard of “Piece o’ Cake” ice cream? I have had it once at some little rinky-dink ice cream shop years ago and haven’t seen it since. I can’t find anyone that makes it, I can’t even rememeber if that is the name of it. It is basically vanilla ice cream with chunks of yellow cake in it. I would like to know where I can find some, as I am looking to get some as a special treat for my girlfriend for valentine’s day (it’s her favorite flavor). Any place that would ship it to me? I am located in NY.

  107. Holly Says:

    If you want the BEST Ice Cream and would like it shipped to you, we can do it. Visit us at http://www.bartshomemade.com GO AHEAD INDULGE YOURSELF !

  108. Lora Says:

    this is the dumbest website I have ever heard of I mean come on get a LIFE!!

  109. michaela Says:

    well put differnt ice cream plzz

  110. Ray Says:

    Nice, Teresa D.

    I found a website with photos of the old Strohs plant: http://www.angelfire.com/de2/detroitpix/Strohs.html

    Also, the Saunder’s bakery http://www.angelfire.com/de2/detroitpix/Sanders.html

    Of course, the Vernor’s plant: http://www.angelfire.com/de2/detroitpix/VernorsBillboard.html

    I haven’t found any info on Vernor’s ice cream, but at least we can still find Vernor’s ginger ale.

  111. Rachel Says:

    Where can u find icecream that tastes like sauerkraut?

  112. kk Says:

    I love cinnamon ice cream. I found out that strohs makes it but I can’t find it anywhere. I live in Lansing MI. Does anyone know where I can go to get cinnamon ice cream?

  113. Erika Says:

    sherbert is better than chocolate!

  114. alethea Says:

    I always thought that Blue Moon was almond flavored.

  115. DIANE Says:

    BLUE MOON ICE CREAM IS NOT ALMOND FLAVORED! AND IT IS MADE BY MOONEY’S. ANYTHING ELSE IS JUST A COPY! GOOD LUCK FINDING IT EVERYONE! I GREW UP IN OSCODA MICHIGAN AND IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN MY FAVORITE!

  116. Todd Says:

    Bruce’s post (reproduced below) is correct. I grew up with Joe Mooney (of the Mooney’s Dairy family) in Saginaw, MI. He confirmed this with me in a conversation we had about 30 years ago! The “Moon” in Blue Moon is a reference to his dad, who devised the flavor. I’m not sure about the other posters here claiming lots of other sources of Blue Moon ice cream — but can only guess that they were knock-offs or possibly licensed through Mooney’s…

    The original Blue Moon Ice Cream was made by Mooney’s Dairy in Saginaw Mi. Stroh’s bought out Mooney’s some time ago but they still make Blue Moon with the same recipe as did the Mooneys. There are many other flavors that are the Mooney’s recipes and there are some new ones too. Stroh’s ice cream is totally different and not as creamy and good as Mooney’s. The original Blue Moon does contain pineapple tidbits and the flaver is considered to be pineapple. The blue color was added to make it not so pale and to be different from vanilla. You can still buy it at Mooney’s Ice Cream Store on State St. in Saginaw. We just came from there and yes they had Blue Moon in the 3 gallon tubs just like they always have had it.
    Posted by: Bruce on July 12, 2003 07:50 PM

  117. Todd Says:

    Bruce’s post (reproduced below) is correct. I grew up with Joe Mooney (of the Mooney’s Dairy family) in Saginaw, MI. He confirmed this with me in a conversation we had about 30 years ago! The “Moon” in Blue Moon is a reference to his dad, who devised the flavor. I’m not sure about the other posters here claiming lots of other sources of Blue Moon ice cream — but can only guess that they were knock-offs or possibly licensed through Mooney’s…

    The original Blue Moon Ice Cream was made by Mooney’s Dairy in Saginaw Mi. Stroh’s bought out Mooney’s some time ago but they still make Blue Moon with the same recipe as did the Mooneys. There are many other flavors that are the Mooney’s recipes and there are some new ones too. Stroh’s ice cream is totally different and not as creamy and good as Mooney’s. The original Blue Moon does contain pineapple tidbits and the flaver is considered to be pineapple. The blue color was added to make it not so pale and to be different from vanilla. You can still buy it at Mooney’s Ice Cream Store on State St. in Saginaw. We just came from there and yes they had Blue Moon in the 3 gallon tubs just like they always have had it.
    Posted by: Bruce on July 12, 2003 07:50 PM

  118. Tracy Says:

    Found Blue Moon at the Meijers grocery store in Richmond, Indiana. Tasted exactly like the Blue Moon of Kilwins, Petoskey, MI; Mackinac Island; Spanky’s of Alanson, Michigan; Yummy’s in Harbor Springs, MI.

  119. Rach Says:

    Okay I have a friend in New York that has never had Superman ice cream or Blue Moon and I was not aware till now that its a Michigan thing. Anyone have any idea where in upstate NY you could find it???

  120. Nate Says:

    I like Superman Ice Cream. I get it in a restauraunt at the mall. I try to look for it somewhere else. It’s not even in a grocery store.
    I’m even surprised Wal Mart doesn’t even have it.
    It’s my favorite.

  121. lisa Says:

    I love chocklate ice cream!

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  123. Chrissy Says:

    My boyfriend and I have been in search of a icecream I do not believe exists. Please help me find or end this argument of whether there is a vanilla swiss almond flovor icecream. Not chocolate but vanilla swiss almond. Thank You.

  124. Shelly Says:

    Although I don’t know if it’s been mentioned or not before, I’ve found several places in Illinois over the years serving the elusive Superman ice cream that I so covet. For starters, I believe the best of the bunch is at a Breyer’s stand, most notably the one in Gurnee Mills, Gurnee. Sadly, I think take home was a little pricey, but more than worth it. I’m in Bloomington, IL right now, and I know the Kroger stores have a gallon for $4 (of which I am sucking on right now) that is good, albeit not as good at some others. In Carol Stream, there used to be a TCBY that had just the most wonderful Rainbow/Superman ice cream, but it’s not there any longer. If you can find a TCBY near you, it’s great.

    However, concerning the flavors, everyone has a different theory of what it is. I don’t taste anything really fruity about it, or much of a variation between colors, personally. I always thought it might have a slight hint of bubblegum, but I think it tastes far better. Still, not really sure. Hershey’s says it’s banana, strawberry, and blueberry, but I hate all those flavors, myself. O_o Oh well.

    I’d like to try some of that Blue Moon, though. I’ve never heard of it before!

  125. Stacy Says:

    I was searching for ice cream online & happened to come across these posts accidentally. I have lived all my life in Michigan and while I have finally learned that Meijers aren’t nationwide, and that Grand Rapids has an extraordinary amount of churches compared to other area I never had a clue we had limited ice cream!!! I’m now afraid to move away from home, LOL. Growing up, after the sunday night service, half of our church would head over to an ice cream shop in Dorr called the Dairy Ranch- common practice!

    Anyhoo- onto important matters– camping last year I tried an *awesome* flavor called Chocolate Monster it had been bought in a large tub/bucket. I cannot find it anywhere!! Its chocolate ice cream with peanut butter swirls & chocolate covered peanuts. I’ve been searching ice cream sites but have yet to find anything. Does anybody know who makes it or where I could find it??

    Stacy

  126. Michelle Says:

    Hey do they still have Saunders ice cream parlors open in Michigan?

  127. Cristina Says:

    I work at Handels Ice Cream in Ohio. It’s been open ince 1945, and we ship ice cream nation wide. go to Handelsicecream.com we range from our famous Chocolate Pecan to blue moon ice cream and icy. We have a Coconut Fudge Almond Ripple, Praline Pecan, Butter Pecan, and my favorite Coffee Chocolate Chip. and for chocolate lovers we have Chocoholic Chunk, and True Blue Bubble Gum. lol I don’t mean to advertise or anything, but going to the site might solve a lot of ice cream search issues lol. We have stores in Ohio, PA, and Illinois. Look into it. :)

  128. Cristina Says:

    I work at Handels Ice Cream in Ohio. It’s been open ince 1945, and we ship ice cream nation wide. go to Handelsicecream.com we range from our famous Chocolate Pecan to blue moon ice cream and icy. We have a Coconut Fudge Almond Ripple, Praline Pecan, Butter Pecan, and my favorite Coffee Chocolate Chip. and for chocolate lovers we have Chocoholic Chunk, and True Blue Bubble Gum. lol I don’t mean to advertise or anything, but going to the site might solve a lot of ice cream search issues lol. We have stores in Ohio, PA, and Illinois. Look into it. :)

  129. Tera Says:

    In the late 70′s early 80′s my grandmother would take me to an ice cream parlor that served grape ice cream. It was absolutly wonderful but I can not find it anymore. Does anyone know about this ice cream and where I might could find it?

  130. Kim Says:

    The Chocolate Factory in WI has Blue Moon Ice Cream, http://www.subsandicecream.com/flavors.htm and here’s another place that will deliver:
    http://www.icecreamsource.com/

  131. Monica Says:

    Hey everyone!!!

    I think Superman icecream is definately the best! I always walk up to Stroh’s with my friends and we get icecream there. Does anyone know where you can actually buy a tub or box of superman icecream?ソ?ソ? I want to eat it when I’m at home, or if we have a party u know?

    ~Thanks alot~

  132. Monica Says:

    HEYY

    Guess what!?!

    If you go to icecream.com you can find many flavors at a place near you! You have to click on the flavor finder (I think thats what its called) Sorry, they dont have superman listed lol

    I also found out what is in Superman ice cream. Strawberry, Bananna, and yes, Blue Moon. :)

    Thanks! Oh, and If you go to stroh’s u can buy superman there, and if u want to take alot home they will put it like in a box 4 u!

  133. MAtt Says:

    Anybody know where i cant get BLUE MOON icecream near Great Falls Montana, or a Web site i can order it from

  134. brian Says:

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    Posted by kara on 03/16 at 06:47 PM
    I found it at Krogers. With all the other ice cream.

    Posted by cindy on 03/16 at 11:56 PM
    Is there any other places that you can find superman ice cream…it used to be my all time favorite!

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    Opps! I forgot to give you my e-mail address so you could tell me. It is jnbounds@yahoo.com . Thanks!

    Posted by Jewls on 05/16 at 02:48 PM
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  135. Brooke Says:

    Does anybody know what Blue Bell’s e-mail is?

  136. Nick Says:

    I just made a bet. The bet is that I think Superman ice cream is three flavors. I’m not sure what flavors they are but they are sure good. The other side of the bet is that Superman ice cream is just colored Vanilla ice cream. Please someone help me clear this up. Thank you.

  137. Manuel Says:

    I need to find out where I can get choclate malt crunch. Apparently its hard to fin, and I have this girl telling me she will do anything for it. thanks!

  138. KARLA Says:

    Ilove strohs lemon custard Ice cream.I live in Fort wayne,IN and would like to know if there is anywhere close to here that I can purchase it from or if it can be ordered?

  139. Lisa Says:

    For those of you in the Cleveland, Ohio area, Olympia Gourmet Treats has Blue Moon (no chunks), Superman, Bubble Gum, Happy Birthday Cake, etc. 11606 Pearl Road, Strongsville, Ohio. Olympiacandy.com.

  140. karla Says:

    Hi Tera I was just on a website Bruster’s.com and they have grape ice cream. there is also a map and if you click on your state it will give you the address and phone number to the one nearest to you.

  141. angie Says:

    Hello everyone, I have a question, What is in Sleeping Bear Dunes Bear Hug, made by Hudsonville Ice Cream. I sell Ice cream at a tractor show every year in West Michigan, I need another chocolate flavor. I’ve tried Chocolate Monster but didn’t think it was that great of a seller. I am getting French silk, but what other flavor should I add that has chocolate ice cream. Any suggestions? thanks

  142. mbr Says:

    BLUE MOON – is also made in Scottsdale, Az. by a small shop that was featured in SUNSET magazine. They ship upon request. The store is called AUNTIE EM’S. The owner says it’s a very popular flavor with roots originating in the midwest. Now mostly a “blue moon” flavoring; however, originally — spoke with the lead chemmist at the flavoring company that supplies Hershey’s and other proprietary frozen confection businesses — it was a mish-mash of flavors. Old ice creams melted down, combined, and then refrozen. Yes, some pineapple used to be involved, rarely now however, along with a little pistachio (probably where you get your nutmeg tones), and some marshmallow. I believe Food Coloring was added to turn it a more desireable colour. Now it’s simply a blue ice cream that isn’t made, but flavored. Afterwards some people put various bits in there, one being pineapple. Some people use it as their base flavor for SUPERMAN ice cream as well.

    Oh yea, I’m the owner of Auntie Em’s! Have a background in chemsitry and went to grad school for bio-physics. I looove ice cream. nice little posts. have a great day.

  143. Beth Says:

    Does anyone know if they still make screwballs and creamy burgers!

  144. Sandi Says:

    Just opened up a soda fountain/fudge store, we carry Blue Moon and Superman ice cream, made by Hudsonville in Michigan. Stop by to taste them, we’re located in Three Oaks, MI, store name is Oakers Fudge Factory.

  145. Noelle Says:

    Blue Moon, Superman, and Bubble Gum ice creams were all favorites growing up with a summerhome in Sister’s Lake, Michigan. We had the Cone Dock on Round Lake that carried Sherman Dairy Icecream with all those flavors. If we were up for a 30 minute drive we would head up to South Haven, Michigan to the original Sherman Dairy or the Tin Roof (I think it was called) in the middle of nowhere, Michigan. We now currently have a summerhome in South Haven. It is great to be able to find Sherman Dairy at any of the local Icecream Shops, Beach Concession Stands, Local Grocery Stores, and especially the original Sherman Dairy on Pheonix Rd. There was an icecream shop in Chicago on Diversery and East of Clark St. that carried Sherman Dairy Ice Cream, but it closed. Where can I find it in Chicago?

  146. ashley Says:

    Does anyone know what title I would look up to find “Ice Cream Truck” Service? I live in Sarasota Fl. and only saw one truck in 2 years come through. I have a 3 year old son and wish he could experience the “ice-cream truck” experience like I did when I was a kid. I just don’t know where to begin to find a service to call to ask to come through our Neighborhood!

    Thanks, Ashley

  147. Aimee Says:

    Blue Moon tastes like:

    Marshmallow, but not
    Orange, but not
    Mint, but not

    It’s indescribable. Cedar Crest makes it, but refuses to ship it. Bastards!

    I just had a sugar cone of it today @ the Milwaukee County Zoo. It’s hard to find in the grocery store during the winter. But in the summer it’s a tradition.

    Someone was asking about Cinnamon Ice Cream, Cedar Crest makes that as well.

  148. gary Says:

    has anyone found vernor’s ice cream? I would do anything (almost) to find some.

  149. Lisa Says:

    The Windmill on Lake Nokomis outside of Tomahawk, Wisconsin serves Blue Moon ice cream.

  150. Eric Says:

    Hi does anybody know who makes just a regular grape ice-cream ,search everywhere and cannot find it.I live in Canada and it was a very popular
    and know nowhere to be found,please help

  151. Crystal Says:

    Ok, so here is the deal, Melody Farms owns Mooney’s and Stroh’s, so I guess u could say all of them make Blue Moon, although it is usually sold under the Stroh’s name, at least it was a few months ago at the icecream store i worked at. Furthermore, Mooney’s dioscontinued Bubblegum and replaced it with Cotton Candy. Also, the only place I have seen grape icecream is at Dairy Queen, you have to get it in a Blizzard style though, it is very good!

  152. Jessica Says:

    I am looking for Bubblegum Ice …NOT the kind from Baskin Robbins…I don’t like it. I grew up in Michigan and now live in Texas and CANNOT find the REAL bubble gum ice cream. Does anyone know a company that sells it online? ALSO does anyone know a company that makes and sells Grape Sherbet? My husband likes the Flintstone Push Ups, the grape ones. Yeah he’s a kid. Any info will help. Thanks a bunch

  153. Chaz Says:

    The days of eating blue moon in Ludington, MI at the House of Flavors or in Pontiac, MI. I always had it without the pineapple (why would they ever add pineapple?) Craig in Tarpon, I work for the city. I remembered some TV newscrew asking people what a blue moon was and I would have said ice cream. They probably thought I fell from a tree!!!

  154. carmen Says:

    Can anyone please tell me where to find the original BLUE MOON flavored ice cream in the state of Pennsylvania? I haven’t seen it for twenty years.

    Please Please, Thank You

  155. barbie Says:

    I just think that it is too funny that there are so many people in search of blue moon ice cream. I have been wanting to start a small business of my own and maybe I should think of starting an ice cream shoppe that specializes in blue moon. LOL. I had my first taste ever of blue moon ice cream today at, are you ready, a chinese restaurant. Growing up, I remember seeing blue moon at the ice cream shops but never got it, what a mistake, this stuff is great. The entire time eating it today I kept wondering just what the flavor was…. I guess I’m not alone. So, now on to the quest of finding it in my area that I can take home. You can find blue moon ice cream in Columbus, Indiana at the chinese buffet in the Eastbrook Plaza on 25th street.

  156. barbie Says:

    By the way, does anyone else miss ‘Blues Clues Cool Tubes’ ? I can’t believe that they stopped making this product.

  157. Sandee Says:

    I grew up on Mooney’s ice cream in Saginaw MI and now I live in FL. I’m going back next month for a wedding and want to have some while there. I have celiac disease which means I can’t have gluten (no wheat, barley, oats or rye). I want to know if anyone knows if Mooney’s ice cream contains gluten (I know I would have to avoid the ones with cookies ect.) But would love to enjoy some good ice cream while there. Thanks. Sandee

  158. Me Says:

    I get blue moon at Captain Nemo’s in South Haven, MI. My dad is from there and all 13 cousins and I go to Nemo’s every get together and pig out. it is an unexplainable flavor–where can we get it down south??!!

  159. Sophie Says:

    Blue Moon ice cream cones, cups, milk shakes and old fashion ice cream sodas can be purshased at a ice cream stand in Erie, Pa. called “DARI CREEM” at 715 Parade Street

  160. Jay Says:

    The DARI CREEM at 715 parade street Erie, PA
    has been serving up the the original blue moon
    ice cream since the mid 50′s. By the same family.
    Thank you very much, please stop by again.

    Dari Creem
    715 Parade St.
    Erie, PA. 16503

  161. Scott Says:

    My friend Doug and I were just discussing Blue Moon and so I ended up here while searching. I used to get it in my hometown at Mooney’s on Gratiot in Saginaw, along with Superman and the best ice cream of all time – Mint Chocolate Chip! My mom and I would go and sit in the store with it’s old fashioned deco and charm, have our ice cream and they would bring us a big cool glass of water to chase it down with. Aaaahhhh!

  162. Laura Says:

    My folks have an Ice cream store and they have been trying for a year to find a commercial mix for this Blue Moon flavor. People from the midwest come in all the time and are soooo disappointed they don’t have it. Anyone out there ever make it up from a commercial mix? Funny, I hear you can get it at Annie’s in Lk Geneva, Wi. I lived there for 8 years and never tried it. Blue ice cream. Who knew?

  163. Noel Says:

    I grew up in Mt. Clemens Michigan and my fondest memory is all the neighborhood gang piling in the back of a pickup and going down to a little ice cream parlor on South River Rd. and getting Blue Moon ice cream…………my favorite flavor. There is no other flavor that compaires to this classic one. I now live in San Diego CA and there is no one that carries this flavor! Oh well I still have my memories.

  164. Shawn Simpson Says:

    I like in Michigan, I know the Independant Dary in Dundee Mi, has Blue Moon, I was told that Yesterdays on Jackson Ave. in Ann Arbor Mi. sells it too. Blue Moon was my favorite as a child and I still love it today. Aweful strang it is so hard to find…

  165. Sandy Palkovic Says:

    East Tawas, Michigan has been serving Blue Moon ice cream at “Marion’s Bar” (an ice cream hang-out) for the past 45 years that I know of (I’m 50). If anyone knows about buying it in Florida let me know!!

  166. Sharon Says:

    For those of you that want to buy Saunders hot fudge, I bought the 10# can at http://www.yourmiconn.com/ It was reasonably priced.

  167. Nancy Murphy Says:

    My sister and I are looking for “nutty coconut ice-cream” Can you please help us?

  168. Sandi Paslawsky Says:

    I grew up in Kenosha Wisconsin and we used to buy Chicago Brick Ice Cream. It was vanilla, orange, and caramel seperated like neopolitan. I think Sealtest made it,but I am not sure? Does anyone remember it? It was during the 70′s. If so, do you know if it is still being made? Does anyone sell it and where?

  169. Vic Says:

    I just finished eating a bowl of Superman ice cream, yummy. I live in NE Indiana and It’s been my favorite since I was little and I’m now 25. I’ve never had a problem finding it. I got this tub at the grocery store named “Kroger’s”.

  170. Karen Swan Says:

    I just came across Stroh’s ice cream at a Minonite store named Fisher’s close to Bedford, PA. I thought the flavor sounded good so I bought it. Bear Claw is the flavor and I have to say that it’s the BEST flavor ice cream I’ve EVER had in my 44 years! I live in Maryland and don’t know if they carry it in my area but I’ll be sure to look high and low!

  171. Laurie Says:

    Blue Moon ice cream seems to be a Midwest thing. Have only found it in Michigan and Wisconsin. In Neenah Wi there is a deli downtown ie: Uncle Ned’s Deli that sells it, also an ice cream shop in Bailey’s Harbor in Door County sells it. The first place I ever had it was many, many years ago in Michigan, Manistee to be specific. I love it and when I come back to the Midwest I always have it. Haven’t found it anywhere else as of yet.

  172. Laurie Says:

    Found this recipe on Recipezaar – not sure if it is the real thing or not

    Blue Moon Ice Cream #65455

    Cook time is freezing time.

    3 cups finely chopped pineapples
    1/2 cup sugar
    1/2 cup blue curacao, to taste
    2 quarts good quality vanilla ice cream

    16 servings 2 quarts

    1. In a large saucepan, combine fruit, sugar and curacao.
    2. Bring to a boil over moderate heat, stirring until sugar dissolves.
    3. Simmer for approximately five minutes.
    4. Strain into a bowl, reserving pineapple solids.
    5. Temper ice cream in the refrigerator until slightly softened.
    6. Add pineapple and stir to combine completely.
    7. Return to freezer for two hours; stir again.
    8. Freeze until completely firm.
    9. Ice cream will keep approximately one week.

  173. Fred Says:

    If I may try to identify Chicago Brick for Sandi Paslawsky (from August), my father claimed to have invented the flavor while in grade school, working for the (former) family business, Drexel Ice Cream Company of Chicago. Unfortunately, Drexel’s been out of business for quite some time (having merged with Hawthorn Melody in the late 70′s/early 80′s). That Dad actually had a hand in the creation of Chicago Brick is certainly to be taken with more grains of salt than go into the ice cream itself! But Drexel was founded by my grandfather, and they did sell Chicago Brick (I remember it well). Dad was the youngest of all the kids that used to work in the plant in the early days and Dad took a lot of history with him when he died 3 years ago. Sorry I couldn’t point you to a current source.

  174. AJ Says:

    Wow, and I thought I was the ONLY one!! I love Mooney’s I grew up in Pinconning (near Saginaw, MI) and used to get it from the time I was old enough to climb on the stool at the city dairy (on M13 in Linwood -tore down about 25 years ago) and point it out!! I’m about to turn 35 and have never ever lost my love and cravings for Blue Moon and Superman (have you tried the new Play Doh? had it when I was home last summer) I love SUPERMAN and blue moon. Hubby is air force and we’ve been everywhere, mostly east, but have never EVER found the real thing except back home in MI where I faithfully eat it til I’m sick every summer when I visit! And when I was pregnant my folks had to load up the freezer in the motor home with it and come on down :-)

    Hope you all find it, I’d love to be able to order home delivery for it!

  175. snowqueen1435 Says:

    *** RE: VERNORS ICE CREAM by Sanders ***
    The Morley Candy company now owns and markets the Sanders line of candys, cakes, etc. They are NOT currently making Vernor’s Ice Cream (though I also hope they will soon). I just read in a Detroit area newspaper that there is now a Sanders Shop open in Laurel Park Place Mall in Livonia. They have Hot Fudge Cream Puffs !!!
    I understand when they opened, there was a line to get in. The store is not as we remember it from our childhoods, no lunch counter, no paper cone water cups in chrome holders, but they do have a line of Sander’s candies and cakes and some ice cream flavors. Enjoy, haven’t been there myself yet, but hope to make the trip soon.

  176. kelly Says:

    according to local ice cream place in mich, the flavors of superman ice cream are lemon yellow, stawberry red, and bubble gum blue

  177. someone Says:

    Where is the neriest ben and jerry’s from lincoln M.A?

  178. Tammy Says:

    I see the calders truck every now and again in River Rouge is the a menu I can have if I can order.

  179. Jessie Says:

    Have you guys ever tried Strawberry cheese cake ice cream, made by darigold? Its the best! You have to try it!

  180. kelly Says:

    I’m in Florida I cannot locate a web site or even a phone number to any of the Saunders in Michigan. If any can help please, I don’t care what location it’s for I just need a phone #. I need to order a caramel cake and of course some hot fudge. Thank you tat2me32@yahoo.com

  181. John Voyta Says:

    I believe the third flavor in Chicago Brick Ice Cream is/was maple and not caramel as Sandi Paslawsky stated. I think you have to go to Cold Stone and see if they will make up the three flavors. I think I’ll try that, since I miss it also.

  182. GeneRic Jones Says:

    strohs bought the saunders Ice cream line about 3 years ago ..and in grocery stores in the metro detroit area,they have released some flavors (about eight or so I think, under the saunders name called parlor classics) while the others remain under the strohs name. very good!..ill check out this store in laural park..(I loved saunders as a kid in the livonia mall for many years)..didnt get to see the original one downtown on woodward ,was way too young when it closed,i think its some cosmetics shop or something now.

  183. Denise Says:

    I am having a REAL dilemma here. I have a bad addiction to Country Fresh sugar free Moose Tracks Ice cream. My problem is…they have “Just recently” stopped making it. I am going nuts trying to find another brand that makes it anything like theirs. Im in Newaygo,Michigan. Does ANYONE know of any other brand that makes it?? It mustbe sugar free.I will be eternally grateful to anyone that can help out. I would love to get it in the Parlour type 5 gal buckets. Thanx,Denise

  184. Denise Says:

    I can no longer find the sugar free moose tracks made by Country Fresh. I live in Newaygo ,Michigan. and if ANYONE knows of a brand that tastes just like it, I would TRULEY be grateful if you would enlighten me.IT MUST BE SUGAR FREE> I tried a Deans Ice cream brand, and it didnt have the same consistancy at all.It had that real thick “low carb ice cream ” taste.I will be waiting with my spoon ready…: ) Thanx , Denise

  185. Denise Says:

    Please help me find sugar free moose tracks by country fresh in or near Newaygo, Michigan

  186. Denise Says:

    Can someone please help me find a sugar free moose tracks that is like the one that country Fresh makes?It must be sugar free. I tried a “Deans” brand, and it was like the low carb brand..real sweet and sticky . Not the same consistancy at all. I live in Newaygo, Mich, and would REALLY appreciate any help with my search. I will be waiting with spoon in hand, lol ~ Denise

  187. Hannah Says:

    does anyone know how much an icecream cake from baskin robbins cost? i want a cake done for my anniversary (not wedding ann.)

  188. Joseph Says:

    I am 14 years old, and me and my family always used to go into K-Mart in New Braunfels,Texas to get Superman ice cream. MMMMMM!!! That is the best ever! But then K-Mart went out of business and we haven’t found it anywhere in Texas! So if anypne knows where to find it in texas let me know. Thanx!! I’d really really really appreciate it!

  189. Joseph Says:

    I am 14 years old, and me and my family always used to go into K-Mart in New Braunfels,Texas to get Superman ice cream. MMMMMM!!! That is the best ever! But then K-Mart went out of business and we haven’t found it anywhere in Texas! So if anyone knows where to find it in texas let me know. Thanx!! I’d really really really appreciate it!

  190. Bonnie Says:

    Where in the state of Florida or the u.s. can I buy or order cotton candy ice cream. I had it twice in the port charlotte Fl. mall and have moved to Zephyrhills Fl. and want it so bad???

    Bonnie Lane

  191. Cindy Says:

    I’ve been looking for Chicago Brick ice cream for a long time. Dean’s use to make it, but they stopped. I tried icecream.com and I tried the Cold Stone idea. Cold Stone does not have Maple ice cream. That is the problem, the Maple ice cream. I can buy the orange and the vanilla, but I can’t find the Maple.

  192. Flo Says:

    I just visited the melody farms web page and it was out of order. Come to find out Melody farms was auctioned off in Sept 2004. I was looking foward to going home to Michigan and buying a half gallon of superman ice cream for like $3.00. Needless to say I am very very upset. Superman Ice cream is my favorite flavor ever. Now I have no choice but to spend $10 on a quart of Superman from Kilwins(because thats the only other pelace to get the real Superman)I feel so disapointed. I bet if the people at melody farms knew how popular superman ice cream was they could have sold it nationwide and made a ton of money. -So sad in florida

  193. JOHN Says:

    Has anyone ever tried vanilla icecream mixed with sunny delight orange juice? …..mmmmmm

  194. annelizly Says:

    blue moon ice cream that is found at kilwins fudge shop in northern michigan.
    I just had one last night(i live in northern michigan) it was just like the ones i remember having as a child here in the 70′s. I came home and tried to reproduce it and i think i have it almost perfect!! I can’t tell a difference and i just had the real thing last night!
    make a regular vanilla ice cream recipe, and to the mixture before you put it in your ice cream maker add raspberry flavor oil(or pureed frozen raspberries) , lemon extract, and i added two teaspoons of vanilla pudding mix for a custard texture and flavor….thats it!!!!!

  195. chris Says:

    Never had anyone so rude as the employees of this place (love boat ice cream)

  196. Bob Says:

    I live in Rochester NY and they only place to get blue moon ice cream was at a snack shack in Gowanda, NY or buy from Perrys ice cream in Akron,NY. I loved it as a kid and my kids looked forward to our stop at the shack to get the blue moon. Last time we went, it burned down. :(.
    I called Perrys. They stopped making it. :(.
    The blue moon I had was orange/pineapple ice cream and tinted blue. Any place in Upstate NY to get my BM fix other than ordering online?

  197. where's bubblegum? Says:

    You can find Blue Moon ice cream at Every Day’s a Sundae in Downers Grove, IL, but only by the sccop.

  198. Rozanne Says:

    I live in the Metro Detroit area and I cannot find Blue Moon anywhere! I’d also like to know why Superman ice cream only comes in a giant tub? Just a question… ;o)

  199. Nicole Says:

    hey i live in a small town in illinois. one day i was visting wisconsin with my family and i tried blue moon ice cream. that was about 5 years ago and i cant get enogh of it ive tried blue goo but thats not the same with the cokkie dough chunks. i wanted to no if theres any where in montgomery owswego or anywere near auroa illinois that people sold blue moon ice cream in a gallon like at the grocery store? if u do no a place email me (well its really my friends so say “tell this to nicole”) her name is kelley and she doesnt no that im doing this but it will be ok

  200. Nancy Says:

    Surprised to see all the bluemoon comments and inquiries. Did my early growing up in the U.P. of Mich.in the late forties. The flavor was very popular then. We got ours from a dairy a couple of blocks from my grandparent’s house in Kingsford,Mi. called the Pine Mt.Dairy.
    I also remember getting licorice ice cream there, which was grayish with pieces of black licorice in it, yum. I’ve had the BM that Strohs makes, while it’s the basic flavor it’s not as good as what I had as a child. There was never any pineapple in the BM I had in the U.P. Had some at a ice cream shop in St. Pete,Fl. but the flavor was nothing like what I’m familiar with, though the owners are supposedly from Machinaw Island, Mi. Almost ordered some from a place in Wisc. I’d seen on the food channel, but they likened their BM to the taste of Fruit Loops,so I changed my mind. I wonder if the now extinct Pine Mt. Dairy’s receipes were saved for posterity?

  201. Crissy Says:

    Deos ne1 knwo where i can buy mooney’s ice cream the flavor is Michigan Black Bear.I live in Macomb Michigan and The only place I found it was Saginaw and Rose City!

  202. kathy Says:

    Speaking of lost ice cream flavors…

    Stroh’s made the best orange-pineapple ice cream. I can’t understand how this flavor was discontinued.

    Anyone know of any ice cream maker making orange pineapple ice cream in the lower Michigan area?

  203. Tracey Says:

    Please help! I have been looking for an ice cream that I had probably over 10 years ago. It was Kroger Brand and consisted of vanilla ice cream with cake in it. Kroger is no longer in St. Louis, MO, but whenever I travel and there is a Kroger I stop in to check. No Luck. Please help with name or if and where I can purchase. Thank you!

  204. belinda Says:

    I just did a search for blue moon ice cream and found your comments. We were surprised to find Blue Moon ice cream at the
    “8th Street Video on 9th Street” in Duluth, MN. My son loves it, we thought it could only get it at the MN State Fair. Now that we have found it, we make it a regular treat. For my son’s 13th birthday party he wants blue moon ice cream. The proprietor’s agreed to order us a couple 3-gallon cartons (made by Kemp’s) It’s my job to make a cake to match. Pineapple, froot-loops, fruity pebbles? Who knows what we’ll end up with, but thanks for the caht and helping me to figure it out!

  205. crystal Says:

    This is so funny, this post has been going for over two years.

    I worked in an ice cream store(s) in Frankenmuth, Michigan…we carried mooney’s/stroh’s and saunders for a while…

    I agree that Blue Moon is slightly fruity, like a fruit loops flavor..it is very distinct. When I worked at the shop, I believe the Superman container said that the three flavors were lemon (yellow), fruit punch (pink), and i can’t remember what the blue was…maybe vanilla or something. But Frankenmuth is a good place to go..they have several ice cream shops in town w/ many many different flavors. I am suprised people are having such a hard time finding certain flavors. I live in Saginaw, Michigan and I know the Mooney’s store on State St. It would make sense that MOONey’s first introduced the name of Blue MOON. I really like coffee flavored ice creams

  206. cm Says:

    bear hug is a deep dark chocolate ice cream with chocolate covered cashews. it is as close to godiva chocolate as ice cream could be. Yummmm!

  207. richard Says:

    Regarding Blue Moon Ice Cream… It was available at the Park Dairy Ice Cream Parlor in Ludington, Michigan in 1950, though I am not certain that it was actually called Park Dairy back then. I believe that it went through a name change or two, but it is now called the House of Flavors and I can tell you that the House of Flavors in Traverse City, MI used to carry it. I am headed to Ludington, MI in the morning and intend to return with a $30 3-gallon container of this delightful blue colored lemon chiffon ice cream.

    I hope that this “information” will be of some help to those of you craving the blue moon as sold in Ludington, MI for nearly 60 years.

  208. David Hammond Says:

    There was an ice cream place in eastern Pa. called
    “The Gursey Cow” that sold Blue Moon ice cream a little over 30 years ago. We moved south about then and I haven’t seen it since.
    David

  209. Amanda Says:

    For whom ever was looking for Superman ice cream in a box so they could have it whenever they wanted you can find it at the Meijer’s in Okemos.
    I have lived on the west coast all of my life and never even knew these heavenly flavors exsisted until I met my boyfriend (who happens to be from Holt, MI). Recently we took a trip to Michigan to visit his family and while visiting Mackinac Island we had some because he insisted I try it. WOW I have really been missing out. Upon our return we looked frantically for something that at least resembled it and guess what we found it the real thing at Fry’s Food and Drug in Phoenix, AZ. You have to buy it in the big round tub but it is definatly worth it.

  210. Shiara Kazikal Says:

    There’s some of this in Scottsdale? Awesome. I’m heading there this weekend then, maybe, to try some.

  211. Marlina de Aragon Says:

    Krogers sells a 3 gal tub of Old Fashioned Superman. I get it at FoodsCo, a Krogers family store. Go to the Krogers site and see what the name of the chain in your area is, they may carry it. I just discovered this stuff at a kids party and HAD to search all over for a carrier in the SF Bay Area, I found one in da hood in Richmond. It is yummy! I don’t know if it is anything like the original stuff from Michigan, but I think its tasty!!

  212. Marlina de Aragon Says:

    I see there is a store brand Birthday Cake flavor Ice Cream at Safeway/PacNSave in CA. It is vanilla with cake and blue frosting mixed in. Haven’t tried it yet, but it looks good.

  213. renee Says:

    I just came upon this site loking for blu moon ice cream. I have found it funny but maddening that so many peopl love this flavor and yet nobody will ship it. Well only to MI customers. I am sure that if soem company would offer it elsewhere thay would be surprised to find how much money people would pay to get this. I am from MI like most of these people and now live in CT. nobody here has ever heard of it but I tell them that they need to go to MI for a taste. It is by far the best flavor anyone will ever have. There are so many people asking for palces to get it in other states but not any sites i go to will ship it to these states. SO if anyone can give a site that will ship outside the MI area is what I need. Blue moon rules !!!!!!

  214. Meagan Says:

    I have been on the search for sugar free Blue Moon. If anyone has any idea where I can get some, please help me. My husband and I just found out that he is diabetic and I’d like to get him something special that he doesn’t have to worry about his sugar levels while eating it. PLEASE HELP!

  215. caitlin Says:

    hey everyone…when i was really little, i had this ice cream that was pastel and rainbow colored. It wasn’t just red, blue and yellow (so it is definately not superman). there were other colors as well. i remember it tasting like vanilla and marshmallow ice cream. i found out that ‘Harmonie’ makes (or made) this rainbow ice cream, but I have no idea where to get it. does ANYONE know where to get it?? it doesnt nessesarily have to be Harmonie…just rainbow ice cream.

    thanx so much!!!

  216. BARB Says:

    DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE TO FIND CINNAMON CRUNCH ICE CREAM

  217. Penny Says:

    It has been a very long time since I have had the pleasure of eating Blue Moon ice cream, but I also grew up in Michigan and Dad would take us to the Richardson Dairy on M59 in White Lake I believe. Anyway it was certainly my favorite, it had fruit pieces in it, not sure about pineapple it could have been a cantalope or honeydew melon in it. But all in all it was a wonderful treat. Now if I could find it near the Tampa Bay or Clearwater area I would be ever so glad.

  218. Grant Says:

    Jewel Food stores in Illinois once carried a flavor of ice cream called chicago brick It was like neopolitan ice cream. one third orange shebert, one third vanilla and one third maple. I have had it before and it was called anothe name. Do you have any idea as to what I am asking about. Grant.

  219. bobby Says:

    Dose any 1 know where I can buy mooneys ice cream closes to me???Big Rapids

  220. Pooh Says:

    For those of you who live in Ohio…There is a place in Canton, Ohio called Patrick’s on Cleveland Ave & 12th St….They have Blue Moon, the only problem is that they are only open seasonal….April through Oct…I live in Phoenix, AZ now and can’t find it anywhere but I am going to check out Auntie Em’s and see how it is there….For the guy in California who wants to buy Superman for his girl try Fry’s…

  221. joe Says:

    I was wondering if anyone new a phone number and a website to call and order blue moon ice cream.I am from Michigan and moved to Oklahoma for a while and i miss the blue moon ice cream. Thanks

  222. Angie Says:

    I have been looking for an old ice cream sandwhich that i have not had since i was a kid, they were called Creamy Burgers. If anyone knows how i can locate this childhood memory please let me know i would greatly appreciate it.

  223. Siouxie Says:

    I have been craving orange-pineapple ice cream but
    cannot find it anywhere. When I was a kid we got it
    from Altamont Dairy, Adirondack Park area of Northern New York. My grandmothers house was in Wilmington and they delivered there. Anybody seen the real stuff? Orange color with pineapple and a little orange peel.

  224. Don Says:

    I am going to visit Dearborn for the last time , dose any one no of a saunders ice cream parlor? if so can you please e mail me at don@icecreamtrucks.com Thanks

  225. Tara Davenport Says:

    I NEED BLUE MOON ICE CREAM!! It is all I can think about! When i was 4-13 my grandpa and I used to walk down from his Insurance office on Court St. In saginaw to get a double dip of Blue Moon ice cream at Mooney’s Cash and Carry. It’s my all time FAVORITE.. Nothing else compares!! I need it to be mailed to me in California! ASAP! I want to taste it! I have such wonderful memories walking to get ice cream with my beloved grandpa white. Maybe he was your insuracne man or your families??
    Tara Port Hueneme, CA 93041

  226. House Says:

    As a kid growing up in Lorain, Ohio my favorite ice cream flavor was Superman. After going 14 years without it i stumbled across it at a ice cream shop in Akron while attending a wedding. (Note to self: Do not eat Superman ice cream while wearing a dress shirt with no change of clothes.I spilled some on my shirt between the wedding and the reception.I tried to say it was lip stick. But everyone asked if I was making out with a clown.)Anyways I went several more years without it until yesterday.I found it at a new all you can eat chinese resturant in Amherst. After close inspection it was easy to see it was three differant flavors. Three flavors combined as one.The flavors are strawberry,banana, and blue moon.

  227. char Says:

    This is the mosat hilarious site I’ve EVER been on!!!
    I was born and raised in Warren, MI. (of course).
    It seems that you would have to be from the region to ever have even heard of Blue Moon.
    I’ve been looking for it for years myself here in VB, VA. No such luck!
    Never heard of it with pineapple thats for sure ; just remember it’s the BEST damn ice cream flavor I’ve ever had!!!
    If ya know where to find some this far south, let me know!!
    Char B

  228. sandy Says:

    WHere can I find Kemp’s low carb ice cream online and elsewhere? Or any low carb ice cream online?

  229. Suzanne Says:

    I happened across this site when looking up Saunders ice cream. Just want to thank all of you for the many tips as to where to find Saunders hot fudge. I’m from Detroit, but moved away many years ago, but I remember Saunders ice cream, it was the best. I also remember the store at the mall in Livonia. Reading the entries on this site brought back numerous happy memories for me. Thank you.

  230. Mandie Says:

    My husband use to love this fruity type of icecream that bryers made, but they quit making it. We recently went to vagas and he found “superman” icecream, he says that it is pretty close to the same. We live in oregon snd can not find it anywhere, so i have been looking on line, and wanted to let all you know that icecreamsource.com has not only superman but blue moon and bubble gum, as well. And the best part is that they deliver.

  231. Jex Says:

    I was looking on the ‘net for a site that would tell me what flavor was in the Superman ice cream I just ate and found THIS crazy thread.

    The Tummy Ache candy store on Johnson in Bay City, Michigan sells both Superman and Blue Moon. I bet if you ask really nicely, they’ll give you the name of their supplier. ^,^

    I must live in a very privilidged state to have two rare ice creams in abundance.

  232. dan Says:

    HersheyIceCream chain has Bubble Gum, Superman, and BlueMoon ( I think they bought the rights) that have a bunch of stores on the east coast (sadley as I am on the west coast)

    http://www.hersheyicecream.com/FlavorMain.asp?TID=6&STID=24

    those on the west coast can order it at icecreamsource for about $70 for a three gallons

    http://www.icecreamsource.com/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=ICS390

  233. will kill for just one smurf cone Says:

    does anyone know anything about the smurf cones (blueberry soft serve) from huckleberry dairy at King’s Island

    i will kill for them, and well i dont want to have to resort to that.. just yet

  234. saRe Says:

    I sell the ice cream Blue Moon at my families Candy Store in Ohio! come visit us we make it right in the store! Sugarcreek Ohio, Swiss village Chocolates…

  235. CC Says:

    Has anyone seen Chicago Brick ice cream lately? Deans used to make it but I can’t find it anywhere. It was vanilla, orange sherbert and carmel.

    Also, has anyone seen Haagen Daaz Sorbet and Cream. They used to make one with key lime and orange..they were both great.

  236. OhMary! Says:

    DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET APPLE SHERBERT FROM

  237. Lily Says:

    Does Anyone know who makes Bubblegum icecream in the carton that you can buy in the store? I Looooove it sooo much and have bought it in the store before, but can’t seem to find it anywhere this summer :o(

  238. Terri Edwards Says:

    The REAL SUPERMAN ice cream is a Ashby’s Sterling ice cream…from Michigan. You can find it in a little place called “Superman on 66″ in Carterville, Missouri. (southwest, Missouri) Right there on old Route 66. Cute place that serves 12 different kinds of Ashby’s Sterling
    Ice Cream including the original SUPERMAN which the Yellow is LEMON, Red is STRAWBERRY and Blue is BUBBLEGUM. Great tasting ice cream. This is also a SUPERMAN museum. Hope this helps!

  239. V.C. Says:

    I read that someone found Superman ice cream in Vegas!!! Where’s it at?!? The closest I’ve found it is Salt Lake City…I’m dying to have some, thanks! Email@ifuonlykn3w@aol.com

  240. Eric Says:

    Ah, Chicago Brick. United Dairy Farmers in Cincinnati had it in the sixties. I thought it sounded interesting, but my mother said I wouldn’t like it and refused to buy it for me. Years later, I saw freezer case labels for Dean’s Foods Chicago Brick (in Chicago), but the Dean’s representative said they no longer made it. He said it was half vanilla and half orange sherbet with a caramel swirl–not maple, and not three flavors like Neapolitan. Speaking of Neapolitan–I think that was a trademark, but I don’t remember whose. I think Sealtest sold a Neapolitan lookalike with the unispiring name of “Van-Choc-Straw”.

  241. Daisy Says:

    I would love to find a recipe for making blue moon or Smurf ice cream! They both are too die for. anyone have any good recipes to share that would work in a home ice cream maker?? Thanks all!

  242. Billye Graham Says:

    My father brought me some hand packed french cherry pecan ice creamsome 35 years ago from a small ice shop in Okemos, Michigan. They have subsequently moved to some place in the Ann Arbor, lower Michigan Region. I don’t remember the name of the shoppe. If anyone knows where this shop is or where I can get this ice cream I would be eternally grateful. Obviously after 35 years it has made an indelibe impression! Thanks

  243. Reanna Says:

    I work for Whitey’s Icecream out of the Quad Cities ( iowa, Illinios), an we have smurf icecream, which is comparable to blue moon. Smurf is a citrus flavored ic w/marshmellows, it taste like fruitloops. Wwe also carry bubblegum. And that no sugar added moose tracks you are looking for, we have that too! If you are not in the Q.C. area you can order it online to be shipped to you, just go to our website

  244. holly Says:

    does anyone remember vernor (like the pop) flavored ice cream, and can you still find it?

  245. Linda Says:

    I am looking for an ice cream I only saw a couple years ago in the San Diego area. They only came in pints, the container had purple kind of big swirls on it and the only had about 4 flavors. The one I’m looking for was black rasberry ice cream with black rasberry swirl and dark chocolate chunks. If someone can tell me the brand I can look for it. Thanks

  246. mandi Says:

    i can buy this when i go to cleveland to see my fiance on the weekends and have eaten it since i was 4 “superman” is vanillz, blueberry, and tutie fruity

  247. Alan Says:

    I just had some superman ice cream yesterday at Sedutto Ice Cream at the South Streeet Seaport in New York City (Manhattan). I introduced my friend to it as well, and she was amazed. My girlfriend did say she tasted a little lemon in it, so the claim above about lemon, cherry, and blue moon makes sense. I just wish there were more places that carry this amazing concoction!

  248. Dana Says:

    The mystery flavor? Almond. I have my Aunt and Uncle’s ice cream shop recipe.
    If you live in Wisconsin, try the Blue Moon at the ice cream store in Sturgeon Bay. It is exceptional.

  249. Scott Says:

    Can anyone remember the name of the ice cream parlour on 28th Street in Grand Rapids Michigan that had huge ice cream sundaes and such in the 1970′s?

  250. ice cream shitter Says:

    Dad’s ice cream in indpls has Superman,Blue moon Banna pudding all these rare ice creams are distributed by Ashby’s Sterling in Chicago.

  251. ice cream shitter Says:

    ashbysicecream.com

    order what ever you want

  252. Michelle Says:

    I had Superman ice cream as a child every summer in MI. I live in Orlando, FL now and hadn’t had it in years. Recently, I went to St. Augustine for the day and walked into an ice cream parlor and found Superman ice cream! I freaked out and told my husband all about this wonderful flavor. The gal working there said they were a MI based company. Anywho, if you live in FL, you can find it in St. Augustine, where all of the cute little shops are, along that main drag, near the fort.
    Hope this helps.

  253. nancy hinebaugh Says:

    your carton is tooooooooooooooo hard to open. YOU NEED TO IMPROVE THIS!!. favorite ice cream flavor – butter pecan. PLEASE IMPROVE YOUR CARTON – people with disabilities & arthritis have difficulties in this area.

  254. ray Says:

    I am also curious about the Chicago Brick flavor formula. Unfortunately, I am recalling that in addition to the vanilla & orange sherbet layers, the “third” flavor was root beer…not caramel or maple. Can anyone else confirm this?

  255. lola Says:

    My favorite icecream flavor is chocolate and I love haagen daz they rock! ITS THE BEST ICE CREAM! you gotta try it!ya

  256. Irwin Says:

    Is superman ice cream really only found in MI!??!?! I just moved out to Los Angeles and some people out here have never heard of it….

  257. JulieTaylor Says:

    I used to work at Handel’s in Carmel and Fishers Indiana and they do have Blue Moon. Just go to Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream in Indiana and you will see on the home page what the flavors are. They are great people there and if you are ever in Fishers or Carmel Indiana, stop in at one of the stores and get some great ice cream. It’s the best I’ve ever had!

  258. MicheleChircs Says:

    I’m in NYC and was trying to track down some Superman. After walking in and out of several ice cream parlors I decided to be more strategic in my search. I walked into a comic book store figuring that if anybody would know where in the city to find anything related to Superman it would be them. No luck. Even the ubergeeks had no idea; although it did totally blow their minds.

  259. linda roo Says:

    does anyone know the recipe for baskin robbins licorice ice cream. growing up in the 60′s they used to have it at the baskin robbins in dearborn mi. it was a gray color and fantastic tasting. I wish they would bring it back

  260. RB Says:

    Someone earlier mentioned The Windmill near Tomahawk, WI. Here’s their website. Great ice cream, you get a lot, and its so inexpensive!!!

    http://www.windmillicecream.com

  261. Liz Says:

    After traveling through Michigan and seeing the best dairy every…Mooney’s in Saginaw, I decided I needed to include Blue Moon in my list of Ice Cream flavors for a shop i am opening.
    It is amazing and should only be purchased from Mooney’s!!!!!! I had Blue Moon 4 times while on my roadtrip and have to say that it is as wonderful as the memories it brought back.
    Oh….I also thank everyone writing and responding on this website. It CRACKs me up!!!!!!!!
    Ya’ll are obsessed :-)

  262. Kim Says:

    where can i find black forest ice cream

  263. Kelley Says:

    Too funny . . .I’ve been searching for a Vernor’s ice cream recipe and ran across this fantastic discussion! My memories (I’m 38): Going to a strip-mall type Sanders parlour for ice cream (2 scoops – Blue Moon and Bubblegum). I have no idea if Sanders actually produced it, or if they bought it from elsewhere (Mooney’s?). Sanders did make some basic flavors though, including Vernor’s and the best chocolate chip ever. I am lucky to still live in SE Michigan and can get Blue Moon anytime, but it doesn’t seem the same as I remember . . . I know I never had one with pineapple bits – that would have turned me right off as a kid (maybe the canned pineapple juice flavored it???). I am still actively looking for a Vernor’s Ice Cream recipe – I know it is no longer made.

  264. Jessica Says:

    Did bubble gum ice cream always have gum in it? I need to win this minor feud.

  265. Donyae Says:

    My favorite flavor for anything is Bubblegum!The there is Cotton Candy which is greeaatt!!Last there is French Vanilla nice and creamy.

  266. Nadine Says:

    In regard to Chicago flavored ice cream. I remember it being a layer of vanilla, orange sherbert, and maple.

  267. Tom Says:

    Stroh’s Lemon Custard ice cream seems to have disappeared from the shelves here SE Michigan. I suspect it has to do with the closing of the plant in Detroit. Does anyone know if it is still available? First the orange pineapple, now the lemon.

  268. Jeannie Says:

    My great-grandma and I were talking about our fave ice creams, and she said her favorite back in the day was Chicago Brick ice cream. I’ve never heard of it, so can somebody help me?

  269. sandi Says:

    Thanks Fred, and all others who responded. I actually found Chicago Brick Ice cream at Woodmans Grocery store in Northern illinois. The Chicago brick ice cream I found was vanilla orange and caramel, that is how I remember it as well. The caramel flavor does taste a little like maple though.

  270. ANNA Says:

    WHY DID BLUE BELL ICE CREAM COMPANY MAKE ONE OF THE WORLD’S DELICIOUS ICE CREAM IN 2004-2005, AND ALL OF A SUDDEN OUT OF THE BLUE THEY STOP MAKING IT? I’VE ONLY SEEN IT IN PINT SIZE WHEN I FIRST BOUGHT IT FOR A $1.00 AT THE GROCERY STORE 10 FOR $10.00 SALE WOULD BE GOING ON. AND NOBODY DON’T SEEM TO KNOW WHAT FLAVOR ICE CREAM IS THAT. OH MY GOD THEY DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY’VE MISSED. SOMEBODY PLEASE TELL ME WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO THAT ICE CREAM CALLED “COOKIES, COOKIES, COOKIES” BY: BLUE BELL.

  271. Tem Says:

    My favorite ice cream flavor is Crazy Vanilla. My dad used to buy it at this little store in Montpelier, VA, but it has long since been replace by another store and they no longer sell ice cream. I heard that Hershey makes it, but I am not sure. It is bright pink, blue and yellow and very delicious. I feel a little plain asking about this flavor, but I have never been fortunate to try Blue Moon(though I really want to now). If anyone knows anything about Crazy Vanilla, please let me know! I would like to get it online, it seems VA does not have it!

  272. john Says:

    Baskin Robbins black licorice ice cream usually came out in October before Halloween. My annual fall ice cream cone was to have a scoop of pumpkin ice cream along with a scoop of black licorice.

  273. Pam Dickey Says:

    Does anyone remember an ice cream in Penn. years ago called Licorce Voodoo? Please email at theponylady@msn.com if you can help.
    Pam

  274. brooke Says:

    it is amazing to me how blue moon is an exclusive flavor i never knew this untill these posts , what flavor i really enjoy now is hagen das’ sticky toffee pudding,its AMAZING

  275. Boyd Says:

    Hey all,

    Happy Holidays. Blue Moon ice cream is found at many of our stores (Made by House of Flavors – Michigan), and if it isn’t at your local shop, you can request it, and the store owner should look into carrying it.

    We carry most of the others mentioned here as well – except Baskin Robbins black licorice – yeck!

    We are a cooperative (not a franchise) and we were formed 8 year ago, when a handful of Baskin Robbins franchisees decided they could do something better.

    e-mail me if you want more info on flavors. I might be able to help.

    Boyd E. Harris
    President, KaleidoScoops Ice Cream
    harris@kaleidoscoops.com

  276. BlueMoon Says:

    Regarding: Blue Moon Ice Cream
    Blue Moon: Dairies in Wisconsin and Michigan use a fruity flavoring produced by Chicago’s Edgar A. Weber & Co.

    The commercial flavoring is listed as natural flavor and comes in liquid form.

    If you want to know what Blue Moon tastes like, have a bowl of Fruity Pebbles, now the remaining colored sugary milk tastes almost exactly like Blue Moon. If you were really obsessed and have an ice cream maker, take a box of fruity pebbles, pour in whatever milk/cream you want to make the ice cream and let the flavors extract…skim off the ceral and make the ice cream with it.

    By the way, lived in MI all my life and have had Blue Moon too many times to count and have never had pineapple in it.

  277. Beti O'Connell Says:

    Where can I find Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Ice Cream Made by Godiva in the Milwaukee or Waterford,WI area?
    Beti at ego.135@hotmail.com

  278. Menita Says:

    For those of you on the east coast, you can find bot Blue Moon and Superman at Kilwins Ice Cream and Chocolate Shoppe. They are expanding all over the easter seaboard and it is the same recipe sold at Stroh’s and other Detroit dairies. I grew up in Detroit and I am so happy to have it near. They are all over FL and have locations in each state up the east coast. Happy Eating!!

  279. E Jaquet Says:

    I used to get extra quarts of blue moon ice cream in New Albany, Ohio when Cally Kardules had the Dairy Cream. They are both gone now, but I think I have recreated a home recipe that is extremely similar. It is not the pineapple version, which I have never had. I use a 2 quart Quisinart ice cream freezer. Recipe as follows:
    4 Cups whole milk (you can use all skim or any other blend of milks including some half and half so long as it equals 4 cups), 1 cup sugar, 1/2 teaspoon almond extract, 1/4 teaspoon of orange extract, blue food coloring as needed. That’s it.. So simple, but very delicious…..

  280. Katie Says:

    Any idea of where I can actually order superman ice cream and have it shipped to Kansas? My boyfriend is from Michigan and I want to surprise him with his favorite ice cream flavor. Thanks.

  281. Artina Says:

    Well, blue moon I am not but…….I do have a company named
    Scoop-itz…The Canton creative creamery on wheels!
    I love ice ceram and loved it growing up too. I have all pops/icecream including spiderman! Scoop-itz comes to your location for Birthday parties, fundraisers & coorporate events! Look at my website!
    http://www.scoop-itz.com
    curbside..parties..& special evetns!

  282. Christine Says:

    I am from Michigan- worked at an ice cream stand in Higgins lake Michigan called Nibbles- They sell BLUE MOON ice cream it is made by Ashleys. Now that i have moved away i cant find it anywhere either:( Just like Vernors-its a michigan thing.

  283. Danie Hendricks Says:

    Which is better, superman icecream, or neopolotan icecream

  284. Heather Says:

    Blue Moon icecream is actually nutmeg flavor! Weird, uh? It is at Meijers last time I checked…it was only like a week ago that I saw it.

  285. Natalie Says:

    Hey there :)
    Not sure what this is but just stumbled upon it and assumed that it was some kind of forum for people looking for certain types of ice cream. Am I right? Well, I should have probably bothered to find that out myself before stupidly posting. Anyway, was just wondering if anyone could help me out with this: it’s about those Flinstones Push-Up Pops or whatever they’re called used to come in vanilla and strawberry or something I believe. Anyway, I don’t even care what flavour I get my hands on at this point because it would serve as such a fun little reminder of good times, and I’d just love to find some. It’s been over ten years and a friend just got me thinking about it again. Does anyone know if they sell it in Canada, particularly in Ontario, or even New York (Buffalo/Niagara Falls area) ?

  286. RJ Says:

    Everybody’s talking about Vernors-flavored ice cream, but what about the Vernors ice cream BARS? It was regular Vanilla ice cream, but instead of a chocolate coating, they were dipped in a coating made with Vernors Syrup.

  287. Superman Fan Says:

    Katie…I’m in Kansas and have been buying Superman Ice Cream at Wal-Mart for weeks now. I would never have purchased something THAT color for myself but my husband accidently bought it thinking it was sherbert and MAN is it GOOOOD!!! lol

    I was just searching for the exact flavors because I’m dying to know. I would have bet the yellow was banana. I guess my eyes are tricking my taste buds!

  288. Amy Says:

    For those in Scottsdale, AZ… did anyone ever go to Auntie Em’s for Blue Moon? I tried to call their number (8/31/08) and the number is no longer in service.

    I’m desperate to know if they are still in business, and if so, do they still carry Blue Moon?

    I’ve gone as far as to ask my local grocer (Fry’s, who by the way, does carry Superman ice cream) to special order Blue Moon for me. Fingers crossed! Grew up in Iron Mountain, MI and had more Blue Moon than I could stand… feast or famine!! Please, places outside the upper Midwest, PLEASE carry BLUE MOON ice cream!!

  289. jerry Says:

    im looking for any info on a dip ice cream we used to buy from pet ice cream i live in east tn. so it may be a long shot to find someone out there who is also from this area. it was called mellow dew, slightly fruity, green in color and soooo goood!ive heard it was a recipe of someone who worked at the plant and got lost over the years.

  290. Ron Says:

    For those of you that don’t know about Blue Moon ice cream let me explain. It is the best flavor of ice cream you will ever have. That is why so many people are hooked on it and spend countless hours trying to find it. I live in Pittsburgh now but grew up in Michigan. I didn’t relaize what a treat it was until I moved away. I know seek it out on every trip I make to Michigan. My most recent score was at The Malt Shop in Chesaning, Michigan, believe it or not they had it in both hard and softserve.

    FYI, Mooney’s is the makers of the original and best Blue Moon ice cream.

  291. Pam Says:

    Looking for the recipe for nutty fudge ice cream topping that was sold at Reeds ice cream stores in Des Moines, Iowa – any ideas??

  292. Kelley Says:

    Still looking for a copycat recipe for Sanders Vernor’s ice cream . . .

    Re: Blue Moon . . . I heard somewhere that it’s actually a citrus/vanilla/raspberry blend of flavors. It kindof sounds right to me. (Maybe Blue Moon was the inspiration for “Blue Raspberry” flavored everything (slurpees, candy, etc.)???

  293. Jay Says:

    I NEED 2 KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND ORANGE PINEAPPLE ICECREAM NEAR DETROIT!!!

  294. Dear Abby Says:

    I am in a predicament. I am in the market for a serving of “Purple Cow Pop Rocks”. I can not find this ice cream to save my life. Does anyone have any suggestions? I believe it is Meijer brand, but am not 100% certain. I must get a hold of said ice cream, to make a certain persons birthday that much more spectacular. Thanks for the help my dairy loving friends!

  295. Tom Says:

    HI, I’m serving ice cream sundae cups to kids at a party this weekend. I would think it’s a good idea to soften them a little for easier eating…but I don’t want to over-do it. Anyone have an idea about how far ahead I should move them to the refrigerator from the freezer? A couple of hours? Several hours? Any ideas would be appreciated.

  296. christy Says:

    Tom :
    Stroh’s Lemon Custard ice cream seems to have disappeared from the shelves here SE Michigan. I suspect it has to do with the closing of the plant in Detroit. Does anyone know if it is still available? First the orange pineapple, now the lemon.

    Lemon Custard is still available but Strohs changed the name this year to Lemon Chiffon. I have seen it at CVS & Kroger stores.

  297. constance Says:

    regarding Chicago Brick ice cream – in case anyone is still reading this thread – my Dad was born in Chicago in 1916, and LOVES Chicago Brick ice cream. You used to be able to get it at Colonial Ice Cream Parlors around the Chicago area (St. Charles in particular), but I live in MN now and don’t know if any Colonial stores are still open. As far as my Dad is concerned, the flavors were always vanilla, orange and caramel. I am going to give it a shot to make some home made this weekend for Father’s Day – we’ll see how it goes!

  298. Ruth Says:

    I am from E. TN and I am searching for Mellowdew Ice Cream that was made by Pet Milk Co. I have been unable to find this flavor any where, if anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it.

  299. sara Says:

    I found superman ice cream inside of K-Mart, if they have a little deli inside there store. I live in Eugene,Oregon & have found it iin little mom & pop burger joints as well. It’s hard to find but it’s out there ;)

  300. jay Says:

    I found superman icecream at walmart here in kentucky…best ice cream there is

  301. Deb Holloway Says:

    I also am from E.Tn. an I would love to find someone who knew whatever happened to the flavor MELLOW DEW,That flavor(I don’t know what it was) was the most refreshing ice cream I ever put in my mouth.I would order it from anywhere.Also, why can’t we find any really good black cherry ice cream?

  302. Deb Holloway Says:

    I want that ice cream now!!!!!

  303. Joanna Says:

    Tom :
    Stroh’s Lemon Custard ice cream seems to have disappeared from the shelves here SE Michigan. I suspect it has to do with the closing of the plant in Detroit. Does anyone know if it is still available? First the orange pineapple, now the lemon.

    I was looking for it all summer, too. I finally decided to try this new flavor called Lemon Chiffon to see if it tasted the same (and it does). I think they just changed the name of this fabulous flavor.

  304. moparmtn Says:

    Mellowdew ice cream was just scrumtiously yummy…. yes it was a very refreshing and unique flavor. It was made by Carolina Dairy in North Carolina. Pet Dairy (Dean Foods) purchased Carolina Dairy in the mid 90′s and soon discontinued the flavor. It was only made in 3 gallon tub and sold to ice cream stores… I wish someone would bring it back.

  305. moparmtn Says:

    I too am from East Tennessee (Limestone). Mellowdew ice cream was just scrumtiously yummy…. yes it was a very refreshing and unique flavor. It was made by Carolina Dairy in North Carolina. Pet Dairy (Dean Foods) purchased Carolina Dairy in the mid 90′s and soon discontinued the flavor. It was only made in 3 gallon tub and sold to ice cream stores… I wish someone would bring it back.

  306. tray kistner Says:

    the flaver only comes from the dutch , they will not send use any more flavoring. so no mellow dew for you! id raise hell with them if i want some mellow dew its all there damn fault.

  307. Liz Simon Says:

    @Deb Holloway
    I have no idea what happened to Mellodew Ice Cream, but it was absolutely my favorite flavor in the whole world. Sometimes I start thinking about it and crave it so badly. I live in SE KY, and if I recall it didn’t stay on the market for many years and was served in local restaurants. Seems as though it was the early 60′s when it came out. I’d love to see them bring it back.

  308. Dennis Stamper Says:

    @Deb Holloway
    I’m from East Tn. and have wondered if the old flavor mellow dew might still be available. It was a very unique flavor and would love to find it.

  309. Ron Fields (moparmtn) Says:

    The main reason Mellowdew is no longer made is it was an expensive Ice Cream to make and had a tendacy to clog, and cleaning of the machines that made it was difficult. Yes it was a great flavor but no dairy will make something that cost them more in labor costs, regardless of how the consumer feels. I would pay a premium for it …. but they don’t see it that way…. it was only made in 3 gallon tubs which is why you only found it at restaurants or ice parlors. Best ice on the planet now is Blue Bell and still come in a 1/2 gallon.

  310. melissa Says:

    I remember an ice cream flavor by Sealtest called Lemon Cake In Your Face. It was the best ice cream ever and I can’t find any info on it!! I wish Sealtest was still around =(

  311. lori trayer Says:

    Just wondering if you ever form some cinnamon icecream I too live in lansing and would love to find some..thanks lori

  312. Tam Says:

    @lori trayer
    At one time Haagen Daz made a cinnamon ice cream that was amazing. I have only found it once and that was a couple of years ago. El Chico’s in Johnson City, TN serves Cinnamon ice cream on their hot apple pie (served on a hot fajita plate) or did years ago…yummy!

  313. Sondra Salyers Says:

    I want mellowdew too. Lets contact PET and see if we can find it again.

  314. jean johnson Says:

    Do you know is anyone still makes mellow dew ice cream?

  315. LaTasha Kardules Says:

    Thanks for the comment E Jaquet, Cally is my grandmother :)I still miss the homemade ice cream and you don’t find soft served like it anywhere! I have since bought my own ice cream maker as well and plan to attempt the peanut butter ice cream!

  316. Gret Says:

    Where can I find Chicago Brick Ice Cream

  317. moparmtn (Ron Fields) Says:

    Pet is basically gone in this region now. The main reason Mellowdew is no longer made is it was an expensive Ice Cream to make and had a tendacy to clog the machine, and cleaning of the machines that made it was difficult. Yes it was a great flavor but no dairy will make something that cost them more in labor costs, regardless of how the consumer feels. I would pay a premium for it …. but they don’t see it that way…. it was only made in 3 gallon tubs which is why you only found it at restaurants or ice parlors. Best ice on the planet now is Blue Bell and still come in a 1/2 gallon.

  318. moparmtn (Ron Fields) Says:

    I just sent this to Ben & Jerry’s …. contact them and ask them to bring the flavor back … they make premium ice creams and it could be a good flavor for them…

    Years ago Carolina Daires sold a flavor called mellowdew… It was a fabulous flavor. Then about 1996 Pet Dairy (Dean Foods) bought out Carolina Dairies and then discontinued the flavor… it was a very refreshing ice cream and was a hit with restaurants and ice cream stands and parlors. There have been many requests on the internet to bring it back…. I would also like to see it come back…. since you make premium ice creams it may be good for you. Pet only made it in 3 gal bulk. It really was a very refreshing ice cream with a very unique taste.

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