[NYC] Tipsy Scoop Revisit - Mango Margarita Sorbet (dairy free) and Strawberry Rhubarb Bourbon

 My boyfriend and I visited Tipsy Scoop, too, after Marissa and I made our initial trip (read about that here).
Since he likes the more fruity flavors and sorbets and I like deeper more savory flavors, we did a bit of a compromise. We ordered the Mango Margarita Sorbet (top) and the Strawberry Rhubarb Bourbon (bottom).

My theory from the first time about why the texture was a bit off may hold true. The Strawberry Rhubarb Bourbon flavor was very mushy, as you can see in the picture. The Mango Margarita Sorbet was slightly more frozen.

The Mango Margarita Sorbet was great. As I wrote in my Buddha Taco Bar post, his gauge of alcohol products is whether or not it tastes like rubbing alcohol and whether or not he becomes red. His review was quite positive because he loves mango sorbet and could kind of taste the tequila, but it wasn't too much like rubbing alcohol. "This is the way we should always consume alcohol." I don't typically like the Mango Sorbets he gets from Trader Joe's because I think it tastes really chemically, not fake, but kind of like...chemicals. This one wasn't super chemically and the tequila flavor was kind of understated.

I'm actually kind of medium about strawberry rhubarb flavors, mainly because the rhubarb can either be just right or else quite off/stringy/sour, in my opinion. This one was actually quite nice. It wasn't too sweet, it was quite balanced actually. The bourbon was a little more forward in this scoop. I would definitely recommend this flavor if you're okay with the texture being a little soft and you like fruity, yet savory/smoky flavors.

Again, we chose a pretty good pair. They worked quite well together. The sorbet is great for the lactose sensitive among us, yours truly included.

They have some of the flavors out front and some in the back.








This is the menu with prices. There's also a seasonal flavor. You can also take some home with you if you really like it. Tipsy Scoop also partnered with Konery to make their cone bowls.





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