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We offer a range of soft scoop ice creams from a small boutique Yorkshire supplier. All the traditional favourite flavours, as well as a range of Kulfi ices for when you want a touch of the exotic, and a brand new range of luxury limited edition flavours, new for 2018.
Supplied on one of our traditional vintage carts, with Cadbury’s 99 flakes, sauces and sprinkles. This is the one dessert that everyone loves. Perfect for those summer wedding receptions, parties, and special events. But equally at home for corporate events, fun days or exhibition. All ages love ice cream, and with our range of toppings this is the perfect treat. Our hire services are ideal for wedding parties, corporate events and any other special days.
We offer a standard range of traditional soft scoop flavours. A range of Indian Kulfi flavours, and a new range of luxury soft scoop ice creams;
We have a range of carts to choose from, including;
All of our carts can be decorated to match your event, with bunting, flowers and quirky little touches. They can also be branded for corporate events or sales promotions.
We also offer a full design and custom build service for one off events and corporate use with uniformed attendants serving ice cream to your guests.
This is definitely one of histories most ancient desserts, originally being made with flavoured ice as far back as 200BC. It gradually evolved into the creamy textured concoction that we all know and love. Available in limitless flavours ice cream is one of the most eaten dessert treats around.
We source all of our supplies from a couple of boutique Yorkshire based makers. They produce small batches to ensure that the flavour and texture is perfect every time.
We also offer Kulfi which is an Indian version made without whipping the mixture. This results in a much denser and creamier texture, accentuating the flavours. Kulfi can be combined with our other flavours to offer a mixed Eastern/Western cart.
Ice cream for weddings is one of our most popular requests, and we pay obsessive attention to detail on your wedding day to ensure your wedding celebrations are enhanced by our award winning ice cream.
Traditional ice cream cart hire near me, throughout the U.K. and Europe. Including Scotland, The Midlands, The North East, Lancashire, Yorkshire and London, these are perfect for parties, weddings, military balls, university events, company fun days, exhibitions, corporate promotions, product launches.
Some Of The High Profile Clients We Provide Ice Cream Services For At Various Events.
Ice Cream Cart Hire Fun Facts.
The waffle cone was invented by accident. A vendor run out of cones at the St Louis World’s Fair. He turned to a nearby waffle vendor who molded waffles into cones for him.
Up until the 1800’s it was regarded as a luxury dessert that only the rich could enjoy.
The scientific word for brain freeze is sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia.
The tallest cone in the world was over 9ft high.
Madagascar & Indonesia supply most of the vanilla used to make the worlds ice cream.
Chocolate syrup is the worlds most popular topping.
The No.1 flavour in both the U.K. and U.S.A. is vanilla.
California is America’s No.1 producer.
A cow produces enough milk to make 2 gallons per day.
It takes an average of 50 licks to finish a single scoop.
How Was It First Made.
King Tang (of the famous Chinese Tang dynasty AD 619-97) was reputed to have enjoyed frozen buffalo milk, which he had thickened with flour and flavoured with camphor.
Crown Prince Zhanghuai (AD 653-684) has a mural on his tomb showing noble ladies holding ‘Su Shan’, a dessert made by melting a creamy butter, trickling it onto a plate, decorating it with flowers then refreezing it.
The secret to creating ice cream, turned out to be a simple one, and took advantage of the fact that mixing ice with salt lowers the temperature of the mixture. By suspending your creamy ice cream mix in a sealed container, then immersing it in this ice/salt bath, it would have the heat drawn away from it and freeze relatively quickly.
This was the method employed right up until the invention of freezing machinery led to the mass production of the dessert.
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