33 Scoops of Ice Cream
We All Scream for Ice Cream
33 Scoops is a pocket ice cream tasting journal that provides a fun way to record your dairy discoveries in a delightfully diminutive notebook format.
Take your tasting notes, using the checkboxes to note delivery method (cone, dish, float, milkshake, sandwich, etc.). Use the texture meter to memorialize the cream's consistency from dense to light. You can rate your scoop on a standard five-star scale, andrecord any other impressions with five lines of free note-writing space.
A teeny, tiny amount of real ice cream is added to the ink in each new edition, which is cryptically noted on the back.
Pretty Pink Staples!
Nothing makes ice cream taste better than a finish of technicolor sprinkles. To pay tribute to these tiny delights, my ice cream journals are bound with perfectly pink staples, which look more than a little like sprinkles (aka "jimmies" for you East Coast types). And just in case you're thinking about it, the staples aren't edible.
Be Prepared ... for Ice Cream Emergencies!
I made a special version of this book you may also enjoy, a delightfully-deluxe ice cream-tasting set that includes three journals in Neapolitan colors, as well as three sets of survival spoons.
33 Scoops is made with 100% recycled papers sourced in the Pacific Northwest. Interior pages are 100% post-consumer recycled content and covers are 85% post-consumer recycled content and 15% recycled content. The booklets are printed using US-grown soy-based inks in sunny Portland, Oregon.
Special thanks to Stuart Phillips of Eugene's Red Wagon Creamery for his help with this book. The first printing contains a bit of Red Wagon's incredible Oregon Mint Chip ice cream in the ink used on the cover. This is an ice cream which I can't recommend highly enough. You think you've had mint ice cream before, but you haven't had mint ice cream with this much fresh flavor before.