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SnowFlake Shavery

I've been to SnowFlake Shavery a few times and I must say, this is one of my favorite dessert places in town!  No matter what kind of weather it is, I'm there!  The "snow" that they make is finer than shaved ice, it is fine to the point that it has a fluffy texture.  You may choose a combo or customize your dessert.  They make an assortment of flavors such as Vanilla, Green Tea, Black Sesame, Chocolate, Strawberry, Mango, and Coconut.  After you choose your flavor, you may choose toppings or any sweet sauces for an additional cost.

Last October they served a limited supply of Pumpkin Spice.  I chose to have it topped with sweet condensed milk and graham crackers on the bottom.  It tasted as if I were eating a fluffy pumpkin pie:


A new seasonal flavor that they currently serve is Cookie Butter!  If you haven't tried Trader Joe's Speculoos Cookie Butter, where this snow's flavor is based from, you're definitely missing out.  This snow had a lighter flavor compared to the real Cookie Butter flavor, but I still could recognize the flavor.  I had to get it with graham crackers and drizzled with chocolate syrup:


I wonder what new seasonal flavor they'll think of next!

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