|Science is sweet, free ice cream is sweeter|
Remember when you were a kid and people asked you what you wanted to be when you grew up, and you thought you were the most clever genius in the world for answering "taste tester at an ice cream company"? Well you won't get paid to do it, but you can live out a little piece of that dream this Friday when Sweet Science Ice Cream
hosts its monthly free tasting.
On June 14, starting at 5:00 p.m. you can stop by the Sweet Science Ice Cream facility in the Food Crafters Building in St. Paul and try between 15 and 20 flavors of premium, all-natural, scientifically perfect ice cream like rhubarb cinnamon-almond, toasted coconut, sweet corn blueberry, and root beer float. Pints are also available for sale to take and devour at home.
Sweet Science prides itself on its meticulous method, which involves using grass-fed cow's milk from Castle Rock and Horizon Organic, organic sugar from Texas, spices from Penzey's, and produce from SunBarn Farm in Hugo, MN.
Tastings only happen once a month, but you can also stop by the Food Crafters Building on Thursdays from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to shop their product line.
Sweet Science Ice Cream
Food Crafters Building retail space
865 Pierce Butler Route, St. Paul
2111 E. Franklin Ave., Minneapolis, MN