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July 08, 2015 Slideshows

13 Crazy Delicious Ice-Cream Flavors 

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Who's got time for vanilla when there's cardamom, coriander, Froot Loops and cotton candy? July is National Ice Cream Month, so we tracked down some of St. Louis' most off-the-wall flavors.
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After customers insisted on ice-cream with RumChata, Ices Plain & Fancy said, "OK, Fine!" That's the name of this awesome treat, complete with Froot Loops and, yes, RumChata.
This cardamom ice cream comes from the team at Central Table.
The "Get Lucky" ice cream at Jilly's Ice Cream Bar is loaded with Lucky Charms cereal, marshmallows and strawberry wafer pearls.
The marshmallow flavor at Webster's Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream is a decadent mess of toffee, M&Ms and Rolos.
A gorgeous olive-oil cake with pistachio sorbet from Ray Carpenter and staff at Central Table.
Remember December? Jilly's "Christmas in July" brings pink peppermint ice cream, peppermint candy pieces and a swirl of hot fudge.
Avocado goes from garnish to superstar at United Provisions' coffee bar.
The moscow mule in ice-cream form, from Lafayette Square's Clementine's Creamery.
Hops in ice cream? Of course, says Central Table.
Relations are thawing with Cuba, so here's a "Cuban Coffee" from Jilly's, with swirls of espresso, buttercream and dulce de leche.
How's this for PB&J? Peanut butter ice cream, atop (crustless, of course!) angel-food cake, wine reduction and grape syrup at Central Table.
C is for Cookie Monster ice cream at Serendipity: It's cotton candy flavored with Oreos and cookie dough.
Red-bean ice cream from the espresso bar at United Provisions cafe is a must-try.
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After customers insisted on ice-cream with RumChata, Ices Plain & Fancy said, "OK, Fine!" That's the name of this awesome treat, complete with Froot Loops and, yes, RumChata.

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