Secret breakfast ice cream – Humphry Slocombe

Secret breakfast ice cream Humphry Slocombe

Luscious bourbon ice cream with corn flakes mixed in!
Humphry Slocombe, San Francisco

Yes, puh-lease!!!  This secret breakfast isn’t much of a secret in San Francisco.  It has made most foodie lists as a must-eat.  Several restaurants in the city have it on their dessert menus, and the upstairs coffee shop at the SF MoMA also serves it in an affogato.  Popular, indeed!  When Ben & Jerry’s introduced Jimmy Fallon’s “Late Night Snack” flavor, a Fair Trade vanilla bean ice cream with a salty caramel swirl and fudge covered potato chip clusters, it caused some controversy among local ice cream fans.  Drama, lol!

Of the flavors I’ve tried at Humphry Slocombe, Secret Breakfast is still my favorite.  Their ice cream is denser and milkier than those at other creameries, so it’s very rich and filling.  I must admit that I’ve had some REALLY waxy ice cream at Humphry Slocombe, so my overall feeling of the place remains mixed.

7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2012

6 thoughts on “Secret breakfast ice cream – Humphry Slocombe

  1. Hey outstanding blog! Does running a blog such as this require a great deal of work?
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  2. I envy your being in the middle of so many awesome food vibes! San Fran seemed THE place to find fun food. Thanks for stopping by my (humble and homemade) Secret Breakfast post:-)

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