There is something special about the experience of getting ice cream, frozen yogurt, or some other cold, delectable treat on a hot, summer day. Of course, ice cream is delicious on its own, but there is something else that makes the experience particularly memorable. Perhaps it is the colorful variety of tasting spoons that are offered when sampling so that you can find the flavor that will satisfy your craving to a tee. Or maybe it is the smell that wafts through your nostrils the moment you step into the shop and hear the “Ring!” of the bell at the top of the door.
The entire process, from entering the shop, to eating your ice cream stimulates all of the senses, from arrangement of all of the ice cream shop supplies, you are able to smell all of the flavors and to see the wide variety of colors of all of desserts in front of you. You decide on a flavor after minutes of serious contemplation in front of the long list of options, and receive your orders I n medium sized frozen yogurt cups. The cold ice makes holding the cup a refreshing experience in its own right. You may take your treat outside and sit down on a bench, when you dig your spoon into the cup and have your first taste. Eyes closed, all you can focus on is the taste, and when you swallow, you let out a long “Ahhh.” You open your eyes, look down at the cup and smile at the large amount of ice cream still remaining.