So, Lick is an ice cream shop with really unique flavors that is dedicated to "honest" ice creams.
Our Cilantro Lime, Dewberry Corn Cobbler and Sweet Persimmon and Sage ice creams are just some of the flavors inspired by and created with seasonal offerings from Texas. This provides us with variety throughout the year and guarantees a farm-to-table product that is always fresh and delicious! We work directly with local farmers and food artisans to source our fine ingredients to make the most honest ice creams we can.
There were a ton of really cool flavors - both everyday and seasonal.
First step is picking the vessel - I went with a medium, compostable bowl. Then, the flavors: Caramel Salt Lick (salty & sweet make it official. Homemade caramel pairs perfectly with a hint of sea salt), Goat Cheese, Honey and Thyme (Fresh, local thyme and Good Flow honey pair perfectly with Austin's own creamy Pure Luck goat cheese) and a seasonal one that I cant remember. Whoops.
So, I remember the caramel one being a very deeply flavored caramel - like almost burnt sugar but just at the peak. The goat cheese did, indeed, taste a bit like goat cheese. A bit odd pairing of those two. But, I was definitely impressed by the unique flavors.
It's pretty cool to see an ice cream shop stepping outside the traditional boundaries and do some flavors that you don't see everywhere. Really neat.