in

7 Best Jeni’s Ice Cream Flavors to Try

Jeni's vintage retro retail Ice Cream store in Buckhead

Experience a symphony of exquisite flavors with every scoop of Jeni’s Ice Cream—a voyage into absolute ecstasy for your taste senses. We’ll go on a delectable journey of the top ice cream flavors in this post, which elevates the craft of frozen treats. With flavors ranging from the indulgent Salted Caramel to the cheeky Brambleberry Crisp, Jeni’s provides a range of exquisitely created treats. Explore the lovely, creamy world where exquisite artistry and unusual ingredients combine to create a frozen paradise fit for any ice cream enthusiast. Prepare to have your senses teased as you discover the alluring charm of Jeni’s Ice Cream, where every bite is an inventive celebration of flavor.


Brown Butter Almond Brittle

Brown Butter Almond Brittle
Source: Instagram

You could describe this flavor as similar to a classic flavor – butter pecan. You can say that it is crunchy, smooth, gooey, and sweet. But at the end of the day, no matter what words you use to describe it, they will all fall short. Brown Butter Almond Brittle is the my favorite flavor of Jeni’s Ice Cream. It’s nutty, sweet, crunchy, melty, and the perfect ice cream. When you first take a bite, you accept the richness of the brown butter, which perfectly compliments the crunchy bits of sweet almond brittle. Based upon a Norwegian dessert called krokan, Brown Butter Almond Brittle quickly became an official menu item once it was introduced.


Darkest Chocolate

Darkest Chocolate
Source: Instagram

Are you a fan of dark chocolate? Like, super dark chocolate? Then this is the ice cream flavor for you. Darkest Chocolate is exactly what it sounds like, a chocolate ice cream so dark that it barely passes the legal limits to be called ice cream. Rich, smooth chocolate goodness that pours down your tongue and leaves you dreaming about it for days afterward. Just be warned: no other chocolate ice cream will compare after you try this flavor. If you eat chocolate ice cream from any other brand, you will be left with the memory of the dark chocolate flavor you genuinely desire.


Brambleberry Crisp

Brambleberry Crisp
Source: Instagram

No, this isn’t an ice cream shop that sells baked goods. This is an ice cream that sells ice cream that tastes precisely like baked goods but in ice cream format. Brambleberry Crisp tastes exactly what it sounds like: a crisp made with several kinds of berries, eaten with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The recipe includes jam made with blackberries and blackcurrants, with an oat streusel that softens a little in the rich vanilla ice cream, just like a regular crisp. Every bite is a veritable shiver of delicious berry flavors, soft crumble, and melty ice cream. If you love this flavor, try similar fruit flavors from Tillamook!

See also  20 Most Popular Blue Bell Ice Cream Flavors to Eat

Salted Peanut Butter with Chocolate Flecks

Salted Peanut Butter with Chocolate Flecks
Source: Instagram

Is there a more iconic flavor combination than peanut butter and chocolate? There’s peanut butter and jelly, but I’m talking about the incomparable Salted Peanut Butter with Chocolate Flecks. Peanut butter and chocolate are lovely, mainly when put together, but Jeni’s adds salt to the mix. The saltiness contrasts against the sweetness in a heavenly way, elevating the entire experience. Moreover, this ice cream strikes a perfect balance between the peanut butter ice cream and the chocolate flecks. It’s based on an iconic candy in Ohio, where Jeni’s is headquartered. So if you’re in the mood for a classic or want to try a truly incredible flavor, give this sweet and salty tribute to the Buckeye State a try.


Salty Caramel

Salty Caramel
Source: Instagram

Salty Caramel is one of Jeni’s mainstays and was an instant hit when first introduced. This flavor isn’t like the other caramel ice creams you’ve tried: for one, the caramel is mixed with ice cream. No streaks of caramel that go through vanilla, the ice cream itself is caramel-flavored. Salty isn’t a typo. They don’t mean “salted caramel.” This caramel is salty: saltier than most other salted caramels. However, saltiness and sweetness play off each other in an ice cream flavor like no other. It’s incredible how much salt can work in a sweet dessert, but Jeni pulls it off with aplomb.


Supermoon

Supermoon
Source: Instagram

Most entries on this list are regulars on Jeni’s menu. You can buy them anytime, anywhere, and enjoy them whenever possible. Supermoon isn’t one of them and is a discontinued flavor that we’re hoping returns someday. When you first crack open the carton, you’d see the floral blue-violet ice cream making a crescent moon. Then delicate blue-violet floral flavor is mixed with the sweet balance of vanilla, creating a harmony of fragile flavors within your mouth. It’s like they gave moonbeams a taste and named it after a cosmic event that only happens once or twice a year.


Gooey Butter Cake

Gooey Butter Cake
Source: Instagram

Before trying this flavor, you must ask yourself: do you like cake? If the answer is yes (as it should be), prepare for the melty, smooth, cakey flavor of Gooey Butter Cake. This ice cream has bits of vanilla cake in it. As if that isn’t enough, the ice cream is cream cheese flavored and has a swirl of caramel-butterscotch sauce. And the result of combining all of these is a rich, buttery flavor that melts in your mouth and swirls around like the best slice of cake you’ve ever had.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Written by Brian Nagele

Brian attended West Virginia University, then started his career in the IT industry before following his passion for marketing and hospitality. He has over 20 years experience in the restaurant and bar industry.

As a former restaurant owner, he knows about running a food business and loves to eat and enjoy cocktails on a regular basis. He constantly travels to new cities tasting and reviewing the most popular spots.

Follow him on LinkedIn, Instagram, Quora, Google Guide and Facebook.