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Craft Ice Cream by Harmony Valley Creamery | SLOCo

Melanie Wong | May 19, 201908:25 PM    

After the disastrous chili from Mint + Craft, I hoofed it back to the SLO farmers market for some ice cream. Harmony Valley Creamery Scoop Truck to the rescue!

Late to report, I can't remember exactly what flavors I tasted and ordered on that night in November. I can say that I was impressed by the texture and balance of the flavors, and enjoyed my ice cream mightily.

The Scoop Truck visits the Thursday night market in SLO and is on duty in Harmony (population = 18) on Saturdays and Sundays.

Where's the Scoop Truck? • Harmony Valley Creamery

Find our Scoop Truck serving up cones 'n' cups of our small-batch craft ice cream around San Luis Obispo County, or hire us to cater your next big event...

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