Did you know that Danes are one of the most ice cream eating peoples in the world? The average Dane eats 10 litres of ice cream a year!
Try a "gammeldags" – an old fashioned ice cream cone with delicious ice cream, whipped cream, jam and a "flødebolle". At Paradis Is you can get a homemade ice cream with no additives. And at Ismageriet the ice cream is made of organic milk with a low percentage of fat.
The first Danish Ben & Jerry's opened in 2006, and now you can find them all over the country.
Cold treats in Frederiksberg. At Ice Queen in Frederiksberg you can get fresh - and homemade ice cream.
Get a taste of Italy.At Is á Bella you can indulge yourself with Italian homemade ice creams.
Try an old fashioned ice cream at Ismageriet. At Ismageriet in Amager they produce ice cream with products such as nutella and crackers, espresso and honey, and mint chocolate.
Organic ice cream in Nørrebro.Isværket in Nørrebro gets its ice cream from the award winning Thorkil Boisen on Bornholm. The ice cream is 100 procent organic and produced with pure ingredients.
Fresh ice cream with no additives.There is always a line at the popular ice cream store Paradis Is.You will find 11 Paradis Is stores in Copenhagen.
Ro chokolade is a delicat shop in hip Jægersborggade that sells handmade chocolate.At Ro chokolade, you can have, besides the many different kinds of chocolates, homemade ice cream.
Svaneke Is - Svaneke Ice Cream - has moved into the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen. Ice cream can also be sold to passersby outside Tivoli.
The home-made ice creams of Vaffelbageriet (The Waffle Bakery) in Tivoli Gardens have thrilled the authors of National Geographics’ Food Journeys of a Lifetime so much, that the family-run business landed on a Top 10 of places in the entire world to eat ice cream in 2011.
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