“Vanilla ice cream and classic orange sherbet combine to create the flavor of a creamsicle pop”
I love this ice cream. So much so that I have placed a sticky note on the tub in the freezer which screams (we all scream for ice cream), “Be warned. I have eaten directly from this tub.”
Is it sherbet?
Bert and Ernie?
Okay. I did the research.
Sorbet is fruit and sugar.
Sherbet is fruit and sugar AND cream.
A sherbet must contain between one and two percent milk fat.
Ice cream, on the other hand, must contain at least 10 percent milk fat.
What about those that are in-between two and 10 percent?
Apparently those are just called a “frozen dairy desert”.
I kind of wish language was made better.
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