legendairy (and legend-non-dairy) ice cream
The legendairy sweet, fragrant variety of strawberries, grown at
South Barlow Farms.
A rich, deep dark chocolate laced with chunks of homemade chocolate ganache.
It's back! Jasmine rice brings a silky texture and a delicate flavor to our rich ice cream, and a fresh pandan leaf infusion adds an extra dimension of rice-y flavor.
A perfectly balanced, ethically sourced blend of the world's best vanilla. It's bright, fruity, floral, and fun.
Japanese green tea from our friends at Mizuba, studded with pillowy, chewy, bits of mochi.
What does milk taste like when you toast it? A little bit like caramel, a little bit like graham crackers.
Lavender Salted Caramel
Locally grown lavender and a generous ribbon of salted caramel.
Blondie VS Brownie
Chunks of brownies and chunks of blondies fight it out in a vanilla and scorched-milk ice cream.
Cheesecake ice cream with chunks of graham cracker crust and a ribbon of local hood strawberries.
Maple ice cream with challah french toast chunks with a ribbon of dark maple syrup and a hint of cinnamon.
Bananas Foster (vegan)
Ripe bananas roasted with brown sugar and spiced rum bring the party to this coconut milk ice cream.
Coconut Lemon Saffron (vegan)
Silk road adventure with saffron, star anise, & cardamom in coconut milk.
Mango Sticky Rice (vegan)
Prized alphonso mango drizzled into a jasmine rice and coconut milk ice cream.
Chocolate in a creamy coconut milk base with
a homemade coconut caramel ribbon.
Golden Milk (vegan)
Get warm & cozy with turmeric, ginger, cardamom & black pepper and a hint of cinnamon in coconut milk.
Stick with one flavor or go crazy and choose two or *gasp* three flavors. It's your milkshake.
As bitter as it is sweet. Our recipe is straight from a Cuban abuela. Pour it over a scoop of ice cream for the best affogato ever.
Root Beer Float*
Mt Angel Brewing's root beer with a scoop of ice cream. Our favorite pairing is Horchata.
*not available at slabtown location
A nerd, a truck, and a dream.
Food science is super cool, you guys! Fifty Licks owner Chad Draizin loves food science. He is fascinated by the chemical cartwheels that happen when beer is brewed, bread is baked, and ice cream is churned (or spun, as they say in the biz).
His first love, brewing beer, is what brought him to Portland for an internship at Portland Brewing. He fell in love with the rain, but he couldn't find a place to get a good scoop of ice cream. Or a good cup of Cuban coffee. So he fixed up a cheerful blue truck, and started experimenting. His mission? Ice cream made from scratch, with local ingredients and tons of cage-free egg yolks for a luscious, rich texture.
Someday we'll be able to gather round and be merry in person. When that day comes, we'd love to bring our iconic vintage blue ice cream truck to your wedding, company BBQ, retirement party, or client appreciation day.
We once catered a dog's birthday party. Can you top that?