Fosselman’s Ice Cream Company

This is the end of our all day adventure to view Rose Parade floats.  I wasn’t hungry after visiting Gus’s BBQ but I had to visit my fav ice cream shop in Los Angeles.  Fosselman’s is usually busy but the friendly employees work quickly.

Cool Tiffany style lamps.
Sweets to go.

There are many delicious flavors and it’s under $10 for a half gallon.

This trip I brought back 2 half gallons to San Diego for a test run.

Cinnamon was rich and creamy with cinnamon flavor.  Reminds me of my first scoop of cinnamon ice cream back at Jim’s Hickory Wood BBQ.  So good.  Wish I could have some of those ribs to go with this delicious ice cream.
Lychee had a rich and creamy base with pieces of lychee throughout.  Bold lychee flavor.  Kinda like the Magnolia version at the supermarket but fresher.  This is one of my fav flavors.
Ice cream was a bit soft after 3 hours in my cooler.  After a few days in the freezer the ice cream was frozen hard again just the way I like it.  I bought additional Cooler Shock ice packs for next time.  They are suppose to have root beer ice cream in July so I’ll definitely return then for more delicious ice cream.
1824 W Main St
Alhambra, CA 91801
(626) 282-6533

10 Replies to “Fosselman’s Ice Cream Company”

  1. Just love their ice cream! Such a welcome treat after our full day with the girls.

    1. I’m looking forward to going and getting different flavors. 🙂

  2. Yes, I agree… completely frozen ice cream is the best! Our good friends live a block away from Fossilman’s. I find it curious that we haven’t gone more than we have. 🙂

    1. Lucky! I’d go all the time if I lived a block away. I love their classic style ice cream.

  3. Ah Fosselman’s. A blast from the past for us. From when we lived in LA.

    1. Kirk,

      That’s cool you visited in the old days. It’s a recent discovery for me. There are lots of flavors for me to try. 🙂

  4. i might have to check this ice cream spot out next time we’re visiting the cousins in OC. you have tempted me. =P

    1. It’s great ice cream and priced nicely when buying half gallons. 🙂

  5. I love ice cream and reading about it also makes me happy! Great picture series, the scoop shots give the reader a good understanding of the ice cream’s consistency without being there! Crystallization which shows its structure like hard, compact snow.

    1. Glad you enjoyed the photos! In March I’m going to Arizona and blog about Blue Bell ice cream.

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