Are you a sugar cone slurper, a cake cone cruncher, a waffle cone warrior, or a cone in a cup kind of character? Either way, we should get a few things straight; there are right ways and wrong ways to go about enjoying your cones. Consider this simple guide to eating an ice cream cone next time you’ve earned a frosty treat, and you’ll find yourself enjoying your reward that much more.
Biting and licking are both acceptable ways of consuming your ice cream cone — don’t let anyone tell you different. If your front teeth can take charge of your scoops without fear of temperature shock, we salute you.
Always lick the drips. Sure, you can be the conscientious ice cream eater and keep a napkin tucked away to avoid sticky leftovers, but a truly dedicated ice cream cone enthusiast will lovingly slurp every last rivulet of slow-melting ice cream whether it’s cascading down a wrist, a forearm or covering every single finger.
Don’t give up on your cone. The worst faux pas an ice cream eater can make is to toss away a half-finished cone after realizing that perhaps their eyes were too big for their stomachs. Know your ice cream limits and you’ll enjoy your cone that much more.
Check out our menu to see our seasonal offerings of frozen yogurt flavors as well! Don’t forget to stop by every Wednesday for Waffle Cone Wednesdays – buy one desert and receive one waffle cone or waffle cup free!