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Best dark chocolate ice cream?

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ThorNYC Apr 10, 2008 11:14 AM

What's your favorite dark chocolate ice cream? I'm looking for something intensely chocolate and creamy -- my favorite was Godiva's Belgian Dark Chocolate, but that's no longer available. Any exceptional examples out there?

  1. mrsjenpeters Apr 14, 2008 10:53 AM

    if you can get behind making your own, the new york time's jewish cookbook has a recipe for the best chocolate ice cream i've ever had - bittersweet chocolate ice cream with honey. outstanding. very dark and rich... makes the most sinful chocolate shake you'll ever have too!

    1. Miss Needle Apr 14, 2008 09:46 AM

      I believe you asked this on the Manhattan board to which I answered L'arte del Gelato. But on a nationwide level, I think Ciao Bella's chocolate gelato is pretty dark, much more intense than Godiva's Belgian Chocolate.

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        LisaN Apr 13, 2008 09:47 PM

        Green and Black's is AWESOME!

        1. BratleFoodie Apr 13, 2008 09:24 PM

          Hagen Daz.

          1. BobB Apr 11, 2008 06:38 AM

            Herrell's Chocolate Pudding. It's only medium dark, but incredibly rich and unctuously creamy.

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              bear Apr 14, 2008 09:20 AM

              Herrell's Chocolate Pudding is fabulous. Toscanini's Cocoa Pudding is really dark and rich, too, but not as creamy as Herrell's. They are my two favorites.

            2. HSBSteveM Apr 10, 2008 05:51 PM

              I think it's Ben & Jerry's who make a Dark Chocolate ice cream swirled with a lighter ice cream made with Guiness Stout (yeah, beer!). It is awesome! You won't believe the flavor.

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                jumpingmonk Apr 11, 2008 06:25 AM

                Capogiro's Chiccloato Scuro (bitter chocolate) though that technically a gelato. It incredible like a pint of the inners of dark chocolate truffles and so thick that you can litterally allow the whole pint to melt to liquid re-freeze it and it won't go grainy. Its fairly expensive (9.99 a pint is the price I usally see) but on the ligther side you porably wont want to eat a lot at any given sitting, so one pint lasts a long time. Alos it smears like fudge sauce so rising an empty out for the recycing bin will take a little elbow grease.

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