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2020 Ohio Farm Bureau Ice Cream Battle TOP 10 WINNERS
Take a tour around Ohio and enjoy these delicious treats around the state.
#10 Kirke’s Homemade Ice Cream, Belmont County
50525 Rehm Rd., St. Clairsville
Kirke’s Homemade Ice Cream has been in business since Aug. 12, 1992. They have 40 flavors of ice cream to choose from for everyone from 1 to 101!!
#9 Miller’s Drive-In, Huron County
1345 East Main St., Bellevue
So many choices, so little time! From their own homemade ice cream to an old fashioned Tin Roof Sundae, Chocolate Soda or 55 flavors of Flurries. Whatever you choose, it will be sure to please.
#8 Terry’s Icecream Dairy Bar, Highland County
1505 U.S. 50, Lynchburg
Sit at the bar or back patio and order your soft serve ice cream with your choice of toppings, shakes or desserts.
#7 Almost Heaven Ice Cream, Stark County
2154 Beechwood Ave., Alliance / 6590 Middlebranch Ave. NE, Canton
Where love meets quality, come as a customer, leave as a friend! We have created 20+ super-premium ice cream flavors for you to enjoy! We are always striving to make the best ice cream with the best products.
#6 The Cone, Butler County
6855 Tylersville Rd #1415, West Chester Township
In July 1995, The Cone opened its doors for the first time. They had one cash register, but found out the first week that they needed to order another one! From the beginning, the eye-catching building brought families from the greater Cincinnati area.
#5 Mt. Healthy Dairy Bar, Hamilton County
7840 Hamilton Ave, Mount Healthy
Summer time old fashion soft serve ice cream store, they offer a walk-up window or drive-thru service. Come by and try their ever changing homemade sherbet flavors! Try an upside down banana split, a PFC or their Big Blue cone.
#4 King Kone, Geauga County
10621 Grant Street, Chardon
They carry over 30 Hershey Hard Serve Flavors that range from classic vanilla, to rich dark chocolate raspberry truffle, the ever popular Superman, yummy cotton candy, cappuccino crunch, and EVERYTHING in between! They also have rich, creamy soft serve daily available in vanilla, chocolate and strawberry. They have a 24 flavor machine that they can mix with their vanilla to make over 20 more flavors! Something for EVERYONE!
#3 Dietsch Brothers Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream, Hancock County
400 W Main Cross St, Findlay
Throughout 75 years in business, one thing has always been apparent – family members and employees are a big reason for their success. As they have grown, two things remain the same – the personal level of service provided to customers and the high quality fine chocolates and ice cream that are produced. QUALITY OVER QUANTITY has been the secret to success and will continue to be their motto for many years to come.
#2 Toft’s Dairy & Ice Cream, Erie County
3717 Venice Rd, Sandusky
Toft’s has become locally famous for its “One Quality” philosophy, which means Toft’s uses only the finest ingredients to produce the highest quality products. The “One Quality” philosophy is a Toft’s family tradition that has continued through five generations. This family owned and operated dairy is now over 120 years old and is Ohio’s oldest dairy!
#1 Michael’s Ice Cream, Jackson County
223 E Main St, Jackson
Michael’s is a family run business which opened its doors in 1909. Founder Joe Michael was a Lebanese immigrant who came to this country a stranger, but died a well known and respected man in his community. They are famous for two of Joe’s special treats, the “Bubble” and their fresh roasted peanuts. The Bubble is a delicious ice cream treat made with a house chocolate sauce, French vanilla ice cream, marshmallow cream, and freshly roasted peanuts crushed to a fine crumble and sprinkled on top. The peanuts are roasted on site almost daily in a Royal number five peanut roaster built in 1856.
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