Have you had a spoonful or two of Yorkshire Ice Cream lately? Maybe you’ve snapped up a tub from your local shop (we’re stocked in branches of Spar, Morrison’s, Co-op and Booths across Yorkshire and the North East!) or you’ve been served our tasty treats in a local pub, restaurant or cafe? But however you’ve been enjoying our ice cream, you might be wondering how and where we make such magnificent ice cream… So, at home having snapped up a tub from a shop or being served it at a local pub, cafe or restaurant, you might wonder where our ice cream comes from. Well, let us share it all with you now!
Just as it says on the tub, our ice cream is produced right here in the glorious county of North Yorkshire. Our parent company is legendary local ice cream maker Brymor of Masham and it’s on their farm at High Jervaulx that our ice cream is made. They take milk and cream produced by herds of classic ‘black and white’ cows which graze the dairy farms dotting the countryside near Masham. Our local-led approach ensures we have total traceability for our ingredients and keeps those all-important food miles down.
When it arrives at the Brymor parlour, that milk and cream is taken by their team of expert dairymen and women who churn and blend it into four delicious flavours – vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and salted caramel. The ice cream is made with a secret recipe honed over decades combined with modern manufacturing methods, such as rapid blast freezing, to maximise the safety and quality of our product. The result is ice cream which is mouth-wateringly tasty and sold at an affordable price point for our stockists and customers.
If you would like to try Yorkshire Ice Cream for yourself, make sure you take a look at our stockist page to find out which of your local shops carry our products. We also supply food service businesses across the area so if you own a catering business, cafe or other food service outlet and would like to add our ice cream to your menu, why not get in touch?