We had read that this is regarded by many as the best in Scotland. We had to try it out…. It is easy to find in the centre of Cullen, on Seafield Street, just below the square and before the railway viaduct. It is a small shop with a collection of beach toys for sale outside. As well as ice creams it has dozens of sweet jars along the shelves selling a wide range of every imaginable sweet available.
The vanilla ice cream is made by them and served from old fashioned fridges at the back of the shop. In a counter display are varieties which are bought in. As well as the traditional favourites of Chocolate, choc chip and strawberry, there were also more exotic offerings including Turkish Delight, rum ‘n’ raisin, honeycomb crisp and spearmint (rather a lurid blue).
We stuck to the traditional vanilla and treated ourselves to a small cone each at £1.20.
It was nice, but nothing really special.