When it comes to sundae There are very few limits to the imagination of craftsmen who enjoy creating the most curious and exotic tastes. Unexpected combinations, sometimes very gritty but often surprisingly flavorful on the positive side. However, there A taste that is hard to find outside of Canada.
We are talking about tiger tail, an interesting flavor of ice cream that was widely available in Canadian soda fountains from the 1950s to the 1970s, Mashed.com reports, and is now very popular with children and adults who want to relive their childhoods. But since we are talking about a Canadian specialty, it is necessary to explain how this flavor is made.
colorful tiger tail Orange with black stripes. In short, it is definitely true to the colors of the tiger. But what are files? the ingredients which contains? According to Chapman’s, which considers itself the largest independent ice cream maker in Canada, Tiger Tail is a creamy flavor. Orange “Striped Black Licorice Wave”. Kawartha Dairy, a family-owned dairy company over 80 years old, and Nestlé Canada both sell similar flavors.
Unfortunately, this flavor is hard to find outside of Canada, but if you’re curious, there’s some good news. You may be able to Recreate it at home. Love in my Oven has a recipe for Tiger Tail ice cream that can be easily replicated at home. The recipe does not require an ice cream maker and uses extracts that can be found at your local grocery store. However, the recipe comes with an important caveat, which you may have already guessed about Tiger Tail: “It could be one of those flavors you either hate or love.”
While waiting to be able to fly to Canada, we Italians can comfort ourselves greatly with the skill of the local ice cream makers.
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