It’s times like these that you’re reminded of the immortal words of Buster Poindexter.
Me mind on fire.
Me soul on fire.
Feeling hot, hot, hot.
Also, it’s times like these that you’re reminded how f’ing amazing ice cream is.
Reintroducing High Road Craft Ice Cream, the first brick-and-mortar outpost from the creamery famous for putting bourbon in their ice cream (and prosecco in their sorbet), hoping to open next week at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market.
You’re familiar with the mystical lab that is High Road. Well, this is the miniature store version. The one where they have a big glass display case full of rotating ice cream flavors (like french toast) that you can walk up to and buy from (or breathe heavily on).
First things first: make it to the market. Then, make it to the back of the market. Where you’d normally find a brick wall, you’ll soon find this little ice cream oasis. Go ahead, get a cone of Aztec chocolate and caramel. And go ahead, tell them to top it with candied bacon. Aw, look, now you’re all happy.
Oh, and one more thing. Saturday mornings. Get here. That’s when they’ll be making waffles. Waffles with bourbon. Waffles with peaches. Waffles with ice cream and Grand Marnier sauce.
Good thing Saturdays happen a lot.