This holiday season it’s time to gift those around you something buzzworthy that is just as delicious as it is unique. A boozy treat found in the freezer, Hardscoop alcohol ice cream and sorbets go beyond that bottle of wine for all your hostess, holiday gifting and entertaining needs. With seven flavors ranging from Sea Salt Caramel and Cold Brew Coffee to Butterscotch Rum and Madagascar Vanilla, there’s one for every palette.
The artisan, small batch alcohol ice cream and sorbet is made locally in South Carolina with ultra premium ingredients and a house-made wine base for a twisted dessert that’s made for the top shelf (of the freezer).
Whether it be for a dinner party, holiday celebration, hostess gift or just a cozy night in, Hardscoop has you covered for every occasion.
FOR THE HOSTESS GIFT
Made with local S.C. fruit, Hardscoop’s light and refreshing Strawberry and Peach sorbets are the perfect replacement for a bottle of wine as a hostess gift. Break out during dessert or drop into a glass of champagne for a festive bellini ideal for holiday cheersing.
FOR THE HOLIDAY DINNER PARTY
Keep it classic with Hardscoop’s Cold Brew Coffee, Chocolate or Madagascar Vanilla hard ice creams, all of which are delicious spooned straight from the pint, added to a cup of hot cocoa, or sandwiched between two chocolate chip cookies for the ultimate ice cream sandwich. An ice cream sandwich bar can take dessert to the next level!
FOR THE SPECIAL OCCASION
Engagements, New Year’s, promotions ...whatever you’re celebrating this season, give the gift of Hardscoop. Made with a family secret butterscotch recipe and a hint of spiced rum, Hardscoop’s Butterscotch Rum will kick your special occasions up a notch.
FOR THE COZY NIGHT IN
Created with local sea salt combined with handmade, small-batch caramel, Hardscoop’s Sea Salt Caramel has the ideal balance of sweet and salt for anyone who loves a cozy night in, curled up around the fire.
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