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Buttonwood Farms - Griswold, CT

Hidden down a seemingly forgotten country road, Buttonwood Farm is an exemplar of the country farm creamery experience. The green, rolling fields and white, wooden fences provide a perfect backdrop for the ice cream, which takes center stage. With a long line of top-notch, satiny-smooth flavors served by smiling faces at a gleaming counter, it is no surprise that locals have worked to keep this secret quiet.

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Graham Cracker Ice Cream - A tawny-colored, graham-flavored ice cream interspersed with large chunks of chocolate-covered graham crackers. This flavor is proof that unique can be delicious and not just plain weird. rating
Blueberry Ice Cream - No need to travel to Maine. Everything you’d ever want in a blueberry ice cream—perfect flavor, mix of cream and fruit, and creaminess. rating
Forbidden Silk Chocolate - A stronger, darker chocolate than the typical standard. The pudding-smooth consistency elevated this forbidden flavor to the next level. rating
Vanilla Ice Cream - Silky smooth and pillowy soft, this scoop’s texture was pleasing to the palate, but lacked a distinctive flavor. rating
Hot Fudge Sauce - Seemingly out of a can, this sauce quickly solidified on the ice cream like a store-bought Magic Shell. rating
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