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February 6, 2019

Aloha Hilo Day Trip: Hawaiian Licks

Whenever possible, I always try to stop for ice cream when traveling.

So while on our Aloha Hilo Day Trip, even though I was very, very full from eating all morning, I asked my friends if we could go to Hawaiian Licks, a vegan ice cream shop.  

Made with coconut milk, many of the ice cream varieties have a strong coconut flavor.  So if you don't like coconut, you may not like the ice cream.  However, a friend of mine who does not like coconut, did sample a couple of flavors that she did enjoy, and in which the coconut flavor was very subtle.

Speaking of sampling, Hawaiian Licks will let you sample all the flavors available, and by the time I sampled 6 different flavors, I actually felt like that satisfied my ice cream craving.
Cookie Dough Monster

Chocolate Peanut Butter

But I didn't go all the way to Hawaiian Licks just to sample ice cream.

So I ordered a Cookie Dough Monster cone.

The keiki size is huge.  

The ice cream was full of cookie dough chunks, and you could really taste the coconut in this flavor, which I didn't mind.

The employees were very friendly, and if you love ice cream - vegan or not, check out Hawaiian Licks!


Hawaiian Licks
180 Kinoole St #104
Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 933-1869

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