Molly Moon’s (Queen Anne): Earl Grey and Melted Chocolate
If you’re in the Seattle area and looking for ice cream, you’re bound to hear about Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream. Since their first ice creamery shop opened in 2008 by founder Molly Moon Neitzel, they have since expanded to 8 shops currently and it was at their Queen Anne location that we found ourselves during our Seattle road trip.
Before you order, the first thing that you should know is that you can get two different flavours for one scoop. The portion size for one scoop is actually pretty good but the wide-mouthed waffle cone belies that. We picked up a Earl Grey and Melted Chocolate as well as a Strawberry Shortcake.
They use organic and fair trade Earl Grey tea that’s been steeped overnight in sweet cream and milk. For the Melted Chocolate, they use 70% dark, organic, fair trade Theo Chocolate melted in a hot mixture of cream, milk and sugar giving it a fudgy like centre.
If you’re in the mood for some quality ice cream in Seattle, make sure you check out one of the Molly Moon’s locations.
321 W Galer Street
Posted on August 13, 2017, in Desserts, Ice Cream, Restaurant Review and tagged Black Forest Cake, Desserts, Food, Ice Cream, Queen Anne, Road Trip, Seattle. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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