Tis the season to do reviewing…
Before I start, how about a little music to help enhance the mood? Feel free to play this quietly in the background:
Welcome to the Laidback Gourmet the only place on the net where “Deck the Hall” refers to punching out Arsenio. And if you understood that outdated joke, welcome… you’re home and you’re going to enjoy it here. Well, Christmas season is in full swing and it really is the greatest time of the year. Of course, Christmas season was in full swing back at Halloween, but that’s a rant for another day.
Eggnog. It’s one of those things that you either seem to love or find disgusting. Fortunately, I fall in the former group. I love the stuff, it really is the nectar of the gods. Cholesterol raising nectar of Cardiac, the god of harden arteries, but the analogy holds. I love everything about it, it’s thick, it rich, its creamy, its like drinking ice cream. Which is perfect because that’s exactly what we’re looking at today. Eddy’s Eggnog Ice Cream.
You know, the concept of eggnog ice cream is actually perfectly logical. I mean, eggnog is egg and cream, the two ingredients you use to make custard styled ice cream. Much like Mr. Olivander, I expect great things from this. Again, if you get that geeky reference, welcome home. (You know, there is no place like home for the holidays). Ok, enough rambling, let’s open this up.
Looks good. The way its slightly sticking to the lid means this is going to have a nice creamy texture. Let’s scoop some out, and marvel as I bring the spoon to my lips in THREEEEE D!
*om nom nom*
Wow… that’s awesome. Pretty much tastes like you took eggnog and put it right into an ice cream maker, and that’s not a bad thing at all. Since its my blog and everything is based off my personal tastes I gotta score this one as high as I can go. A solid 10/10, it really is delicious. Of course if you don’t like eggnog, you’re not going to like this, but then why the hell are you buying eggnog ice cream if that’s the case? However, if you’re a fan of eggnog, this is one you want to go out and try right away.
Sadly that brings another Laidback Gourmet to a close. Thank you, as always, for reading, and please remember that you can always reach me for questions or comments or praise at SuperfriendEd@Gmail.com. Until next time, this is Ed DiFolco, your Laidback Gourmet who’s about to go pray to the god Cardiac at his eggnoggy alter.