12 DAYS OF ICE CREAM (DAY 8): THE WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE SUNDAE

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 22nd, 2008
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The vision of gleaming, golden indulgence you see above is the world’s most expensive ice cream dish: the $1,000 Golden Opulence Sundae from the New York City restaurant, Serendipity 3. It was created in 2006 to celebrate the eatery’s 50th anniversary (the golden anniversary, of course). Here’s the official description, just in case you’re thinking about ordering one:

“Five scoops of the richest Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream infused with Madagascar vanilla and covered in 23K edible gold leaf, the sundae is drizzled with the world’s most expensive chocolate, Amedei Porceleana, and covered with chunks of rare Chuao chocolate. The masterpiece is suffused with exotic candied fruits from Paris, gold dragets, truffles and Marzipan Cherries. It is topped with a tiny glass bowl of Grand Passion Caviar. It’s sweetened and infused with fresh passion fruit, orange and Armagnac. The sundae is served in a baccarat Harcourt crystal goblet with an 18K gold spoon to partake in the indulgence and topped with a gilded sugar flower by Ron Ben-Israel.”

Believe it or not, Serendipity 3 actually sells about one Golden Opulence Sundae per month, although they do require 48 hours’ notice if you plan to partake. The good news is, you get to keep the goblet…but you have to give back the spoon.

TODAY’S PRIZE: No, it’s not a $1,000 sundae, but you can make your own out-of-this-world ice cream treats with it! It’s the Play-Doh Magic Swirl Ice Cream Shoppe and it’ll belong to one commenter chosen at random from this entry. We’ll also throw in a month’s supply of real ice cream to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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145 Responses to “12 DAYS OF ICE CREAM (DAY 8): THE WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE SUNDAE”

  1. sammy gumer says:

    that is the most decadent dessert i have ever seen. i would never pay that much for something that i ate. it looks beautiful, but i do not think i will be ordering it any time soon. i wonder how good the food is at this restaurant.

  2. Janice says:

    Wow that’s a sundae.

  3. Patty says:

    For that price you should be able to keep the spoon. My son loves Play-Doh and would have a great time with this one.

  4. Randy says:

    I love ice cream…..but not that much!

  5. Lori says:

    I have to agree with a previous post by Randy. Love ice cream but not that much. I’m completely satisfied with a bowl of vanilla ice cream.

  6. Amy says:

    I love icecream! This looks like a fun prize to win and pass on for hours of fun with kids!

  7. Sharon says:

    I thought the most expensive ice cream would have been from Japan. They have some expensive tea that actually has gold flakes in it! And 20 years ago they had fancy gift melon that were $100 each!

  8. Thomas says:

    Sounds good—next time I’m in New York City, I think I’ll orderrrrrrr—maybe not.

  9. Linda S. says:

    Great prize today !!! The sundae looks tempting, but I think I’ll skip on it…..I’d have to take out a loan….lol

  10. JOHN HORN says:

    HEY LOOK I DON,T NEED A 1000 DOLLAR DISH TO ENJOY TURKEY HILL ICE CREAM I,LL EAT IT OUT OF THE CARTON IF NEED BE

  11. Judy says:

    Wow, that sure is something to look at but I would have heartburn after eating if I spent that much money!

  12. Denise Kennedy says:

    Golden Icecream? Well, I guess anthing goes in NY. I would rather spend my money on Turkey Hill varieties.
    Cool gift today, we love Paydoh!

  13. Jackie says:

    Wow! That is some Sundae! I don’t think I could eat it if I had to pay that much for it.

  14. Susan says:

    WOW!!!!!!! sounds too much to even eat!
    A dish of Turkey Hill sounds much better!

  15. Karen says:

    I must say I find that ridiculous. I enjoy my dish of Turkey Hill in a mug just as much.

  16. Karen says:

    Once again my children insist on an entry on their behalf (they like the gift)

  17. Lynda says:

    My kids would rather eat the Play-Doh.

  18. Karen says:

    Just think about how much Turkey Hill we could purchase for the same amount of money. It’s an easy choice for me – Turkey Hill all the way.

  19. juvo says:

    How do they measure a month’s supply of ice cream?

  20. JF says:

    Happy Holidays everyone.

  21. Sandi Horn says:

    The sunday is very pretty but a regular ole sunday will do the trick.

  22. Nancy says:

    I’m an icecreamaholic and even for me that’s quite extravagent,especially in this economy!!! I’d rather get the richness in the variety of flavors and quality from Turkey Hill for my $$$!!!

  23. Cathy says:

    I think I’d rather have the Play-Doh set than a golden sundae!

  24. Lori says:

    Overdone is right! Why mess up the great taste of real ice cream with all that stuff.. Gold was meant to be spent or admired, not eaten! At least they picked a great flavor, Vanilla!
    Thanks for doing the 12 days!

  25. Marie says:

    What can I say ?? Think of all the starving people in the world !

  26. Jewel says:

    That’s Some Sundae!!! However, my kids believe a Turkey Hill ice cream sundae served in a plastic Lancaster Barnstormers baseball cap is a grand slam! Very affordable too!

  27. mary frey says:

    looks like a jewel or some specical fancy christmas ornament

  28. MD says:

    As much as I love ice cream, I would never pay that much for a sundae!!!

  29. Karen Meyers says:

    If I win this prize, I’ll be making my own sundae creations all month long, while the grandkids play endlessly with the Play-doh ice cream shop. What a wonderful prize! Thank you for this contest fun, and Merry Christmas!

  30. melody says:

    That is one meal all by itself and desert too of course!

  31. KZ says:

    Sorry ice cream lovers, but no Sundae is worth THAT much! However, Serendipity 3 is worth a visit when you’re in NYC, especially for their “Frozen Hot Chocolate” – legendary.

  32. Tianna says:

    Ok as a NYer I have to say something if you want great ice cream especially sundaes Serendipity is the place to go. We did watch (a tourist of course) down that sundae. We couldn’t believe he’d spent that muchband was proud. I love caviar but not on ice cream. For that moolah give me 18 months worth of Philly Style Chocolate or my new fav Nutty Neapolitan!

  33. Shawn Hussey says:

    Turkey Hill should be proud that it produces wonderful ice cream at a fair price.No one needs a one thousand dollar sundae.Prudence dictates that individuals not waste their money on extravagant and overpriced foods.I believe in consumer moderation.

  34. Gabe says:

    Oooohh sparkly

  35. Gary Wilhelm says:

    Luxury is nice but the ice cream is what really matters :)

  36. Johannah B says:

    I’d think I’d rather have Turkey Hill any day. (Vanilla Fudge would be great)… Don’t even think I would want to eat “edible” gold.

  37. Leslie Carcaise says:

    Pretty, pretty.

  38. Lindsay says:

    There’s no way I’d pay that much for any dessert or even an entire meal!

  39. Nicole S-H says:

    Whoa! That’s some expensive ice cream. I think I’d rather spend all of that money on a new freezer filled with ice cream instead!

  40. Mike S. says:

    I’ll bet that looks a lot better than it tastes. Give me a good neighborhood ice cream place anyday.

  41. Pat says:

    Nice sundae, but I would rather have one made out of Turkey Hill Ice Cream :)!

  42. Rachel says:

    That does NOT look good.

  43. M HAYES says:

    CAVIAR AND ICE CREAM ,SOUNDS FISHY TO ME!

  44. Maggie says:

    Keep the—whatever that is—give me the real stuff-Turkey Hill! We are a long time play-doh family.

  45. Jan says:

    Give me Turkey Hill Peanut Butter Ripple and Hershey’s syrup any day over that expensive treat.

  46. Emilia says:

    Who comes up with these recipes? Caviar on ice cream…yuck. Turkey Hill for a month…yum!

  47. Caroline J. Kennard says:

    That you for blogging.

    This sundae is cool, I guess…I always LOVED HOT FUDGE sundaes, with LOTS of Hot Fudge and this cool vanilla ice cream that I remember, it wasn’t so white vanilla, but like a little off color vanilla, I remember, it was such good vanilla ice cream, all I can remember is back in the 1980’s ordering sundaes like this from “Woolworth’s?” I think it could have been, in the Park City mall, when they had like a small restaurant there. Was so, so good…it’s always difficult for me to find a good hot sundae now I feel, as it seems that folks like to get “cheap” with the Hot Fudge, and not put a lot of hot fudge on the sundae, like, I know I experience that at McDonald’s? I have to remember to try to tell them to put a lot of hot fudge on, or they won’t give you as much as they used to, they USED to put hot fudge on the bottom of the container, then on the type, but, if I recall correctly, the stopped with the bottom portions and just put it on top, something like this, I really love McDonald’s sundaes sometimes, good price too, but I do wish they’d put on more hot fudge!

    When I first moved out of my mommy’s house, when I was in my early 20’s, I got my first apartment, and one of the first things that went into my kitchen cabinets then, was 2 (I think it was 2, could have been just one) “Sunday glasses,” like you know, the containers that they make hot fudge sundaes in when you go to the restaurants, glass, really nice, was one of my favorite possessions, I think I got it at the Reading China and Glass outlet in the outlets on Route 30.

    Well, I don’t recall making myself a lot of hot fudge sundaes on my own then, but, I’m SURE I did! Must have! However, over the years, as I moved to different apartments and accumulated more stuff for my kitchen cupboards, then finally, moving into the housey that I reside at now, I lost those darn glass hot fudge sundae thingies…

    Well, now, I know I should purchase some new ones, especially for my 10-year-old sonny bwoy’s sake, I can make him sundaes at home sometimes…maybe you could sell those glass thingies at your online store and we could purchase them here!

    I am SO ready to shop at your online store! Just have to get my $300 credit limit credit card paid in full, should be like tomorrow, as I already paid the bill in full using the computer to transfer funds from my checkings account to the credit card company, but it needs to “clear” first…I will certainly be a “regular” customer to your online store over my lifetimes, and OH, I’m such a “gift giver,” I will have so much that I’ll buy from your store to give as GIFTS, would even want to buy these gifts for ALL the chillun’ of the world! And over the past few days or so, I sort of garnered a “new” goal for myself? I kind of have the goal of working on becoming a “trillionaire,” now? So, I’m just getting started on it, but it’s going good and it’s only been three days or so since I made that goal. Even got a thingie in the snail mail today from some “Investment Magazine,” that said I could get like 75% or MORE off the subscription of this investment magazine, where regularly the subscription would cost like $75, but I could get for just 6 bucks! So, see, already God is helping me with my goal of becoming a trillionaire, God is SO great! I don’t even have ta do nuttin, really, it seems, just pray, read, and shop? Sure, there are other things I gotta do, I’m sure…but they come in “spurts.” I have been diagnosed with a SEVERE brain DISEASE they named “schizophrenia,” and the schizo does keep me sidelined A LOT, most everyday, but God does give me “spurts” of moments where I can do A LOT OF THINGS, perform actions! I still go into HEAVY episodes, but unlike the episodes of the past 8 years, I’m not really causing harm or desturction to myself or other people anymore, it’s more beautiful and lovely all the time now, like I have “visions of grandeur,” my “visions of granduer” are prolly the BIGGEST visions of grandeur a schizophrenic woman has ever “envisioned” on earth for all of history up till now!

    I look forward to reading your blog as often as I can and commenting as often as I can, and I pray I don’t write a lot of “garbage,” because sometimes, what I write doesn’t seem like “garbage” to me as I’m writing it, but later, when I read back over what I wrote before…I can see “garbage.” I will just try to keep being real and tell “my” truth as I see it from day to day :)

    God bless you’s!

    I love you’s!

    I thank GOD that you are HERE!

    Caroline Kennard
    Lancaster, Pennsyvlania, AMERICA!!!!!

    XXX OOO

  48. Kristen Hendricks says:

    I would love to win the Play-Doh Magic Swirl Ice Cream Shoppe along with the month’s supply of ice cream. And the world’s most expensive sundae does look good. But there is no way I could afford it. I like Turkey Hill ice cream just fine. This is a great giveaway. Thanks.

  49. Stefanie Schmidt says:

    Every spoonful of Turkey Hill is priceless! Thanks for the great blog, I would love a prize!

  50. Ken Schroeder says:

    That sundae really turns me off, especially the leaf on top. I don’t think I would I would buy that even for the cost of the dish. I’ll take good old Turkey Hill topped with just whipped cream.
    On another subject, I wonder how long it took Caroline to write her autobiography titled ” That you for blogging “. Just curious.

  51. KEN N. says:

    PLEASE… KEEP THE NEW DUETTE LIMITED EDITION SOFT SERVE CHOCOLATE and COCONUT ALL YEAR!

  52. Fred says:

    Just give me Turkey Hill ice cream !One word , Heaven .

  53. mary anne kazlauskas says:

    most expensive, yes ! most elaborate, yes ! most off the wall, yes ! best tasting, NO ! turkey hill can give me better tasting ice cream. i can concoct just as elaborate dishes using turkey hill ice cream ! turkey hill ice cream rules !

  54. Susan C says:

    think of how many people could eat some Turkey Hill ice cream for that price-

  55. Christy says:

    Anyone that would get that is a sick rich looser. Familys are finding it hard just to put food on the table.

  56. Jacqueline Seewald says:

    What a great sundae! It always tastes better too when someone else makes it for you.

  57. Jacqueline Seewald says:

    I should also note that it’s really too fancy to actually eat, more like performance art. So freeze it and put it on display in a glass enclosed refrigerator in the Museum of Modern Art.

  58. Tressa Martin says:

    No way, Hosea!!
    I’d like to meet the people who order this sundae.
    Just give me Turkey Hill!

  59. Claire says:

    WOW!!Too much decadence. I’ll stick with you guys.

  60. Jennifer Barr says:

    It doesn’t look edible. After realizing it is edible…all i can say is GROSS! lol

  61. maniac says:

    Sounds decadent …
    Sign me up!

    YUMMY YUMMY for my TUMMY!!!

  62. Sharon says:

    Good homestyle ice cream is always the best. Doubt the expensive sundae makes anyone happier!

  63. SUE RUSH says:

    The $1000 sundae does nothing for me but the play doh item would make some young children I know happy.

  64. ice cream-aholic says:

    Perhaps this will be the new Turkey Hill flavor??? The icecream sounds delicious and I would love to try the chocolates! Thank you for sharing!

  65. Jackie Ford says:

    Looking at that picture ans reading the story just makes me want to eat a sundae. It looks so delicious.

  66. Christine says:

    Seriously? Each month they sell one of these? This is just plain ridiculous. I have a feeling you get a tummy ache from the gold leaf stuff. Regular ice cream sounds much better to me!

  67. Kimberly L says:

    Interesting, but where are the chocolate covered truffles? Seriously though, this is definitely sweetness overload. Are they trying to cover up the rich and creamy taste of the ice cream? A great ice cream like Turkey Hill wouldn’t need the overload of so many other toppings – I prefer eating my ice cream at home.

  68. Craig Kurtz says:

    Looks too fancy and fake to me but to each his own. Give me a great carton of Turkey Hill and that satifies my taste buds. Glad your giving out regular ice cream as the prize.

  69. Sue says:

    Even if I could afford it,, I would never order that sundae! It didn’t sound very appetizing to me. I’ll take a dish of TH ice cream any day & add my own toppings if I want a sundae!

  70. Lorraine Pieloch says:

    This sundae is really different but just too pricey. They don’t let you keep the spoon? I’m very happy with Turkey Hill. My grandchildren would have a lot of fun with the “ice cream shoppe.”

  71. Jennifer says:

    Play-doh?! Yay! Love, love, love Play-doh!

    Oh, and cavier and sundaes? Um, no.

  72. Yvonne says:

    The “description” of the sundae sounds incredible except the cost. However, that goblet is exquisite! Nonetheless, Turkey Hill’s peachey, creamy, vanilla beaney, chocolate decadence flavors, and exotic duets are all I need! I don’t have small children, but I know of two little girls who would really enjoy the play doh!

  73. louied says:

    Looks awsome. Turkey Hill BUTTER PECAN my (favorite) will do for me.

  74. Christine Transue says:

    I don’t think I would eat it. How about a good ol’ hot fudge sundae instead?

  75. Debbie F says:

    Just thinking what I could do with $1000….. and it’s not wasting it on an ice cream sundae. Thanks TH for gourmet tasting ice cream for a not so gourmet price.

  76. Trisha says:

    The things some poeople do with their money, that’s all I’m going to say.

  77. Moosetracks says:

    Wow! Not much else you can say!

  78. Denise says:

    I think this is a clear indication that some people just have too much money.///

  79. Sarah says:

    They can keep their golden, over-the-top indulgent sundaes. I’m quite content with a heaping bowl of delicious Turkey Hill.

  80. Kim Henry says:

    Who needs gold when you’ve got Turkey Hill??? I’m thinkin if they only sell one a month, how good could it be?

  81. Jim Fahringer says:

    Eating Turkey Hill ice cream is always like eating a $100 sundae

  82. lee carr says:

    this may be the most expensive ice cream, but my choice is still turkey hill, the most worthwhile ice cream in the world

  83. Bob Kessler Jr says:

    If there are five scoops of ice cream they are certainly hard to see. Can you imagine how much it would cost in the near future if every ingredient went up in price? This is certainly for the elite. As others have commented, just give me Turkey Hill and I will be happy and fulfilled.

  84. Doris says:

    Play doh and ice cream — a dream come true!

  85. Dani says:

    Dude… I’d rather have a sundae I can get downright messy with, one that I can make myself! Riches aren’t everything. Give me my 1/2 gallon of Turkey Hill each week, and I’m already rich in all the ways that truly matter! :)

  86. Carol Triano says:

    My niece and I will have so much fun with the playdough ice cream shoppe and afterwards we can make real sundaes with our Turkey Hill Ice Cream.

  87. Peg Cramer says:

    Jacqueline has it right…it is performance art! And eating it would be a performance, with every eye on the diner for each spoonful. The whole extravaganza comes with an invisible sign that says “Notice me! Notice me!” For me, though, I would like to try one of those marzipan cherries on top of a scoop of Turkey Hill Rocky Road.

  88. Jeffrey Hersh says:

    Oh, the sundae isn’t all that good. You mean each of you hasn’t tried one or two? Kidding!

  89. Linda Leffler says:

    Nice looking sundae, but looks aren’t everything. We all know that Turkey Hill Ice Cream is the best, so why in this world would anybody pay that much for a sundae, with Ice Cream that we never heard of. So Serendipity keep your Sundae and will make our own with the best Ice Cream. Linda

  90. Patricia says:

    I don’t get it. Some people have a lot more money than common sense. I could find a goblet that was just as pretty at a rummage sale, and I’d rather serve Turkey Hill ice cream in it.

  91. alicelynne says:

    I have been to Serendipity; I am sure iis fabulous!!!

  92. Dick K says:

    Give me some T.H. van & cho plus a bag of potato chips then I’ll be happy

  93. Josh says:

    I did a little math and with the cost of that sundae you could buy about 266 half-gallon containers of Turkeyhill Icecream, and still have enough left to buy a fancy goblet at a yard-sale.

  94. tom says:

    You would think the person who would spend $1000 on a sundae does not realize what is going on in the world!!!!!!!!!!

  95. Joan C says:

    I showed this sundae to my five- and three-year old grandsons. I was explaining how it was made and how much it cost to buy one when Matt(5) said, “Mimi, we can”t buy of those, can we?”.
    I told him “No, not one of those, but we can have some just as good or better.”
    Thanks for being affordable to everyone!

  96. Margaret M says:

    That sundae had my attention until you mentioned Caviar. Of course I think it is way too expensive and I can’t believe people would actually spend that much on a sundae, must be nice to have nothing better to do with your money!! I’ll stick with Turkey Hill and am very happy with that, it’s good plain or you can fancy it up anyway you want, except caviar.

  97. Carol C says:

    Ahh.. Just reinforces the concept of unsatiable greed that human nature reaches. Ugh. And, for the rest of us,we get to enjoy our bowls of TH in the warm comfort of our homes with our loved ones!

  98. Amy K Gross says:

    Are you kidding me? What a joke. Greed definately comes to mind. Ice cream and pretzels with my kids is worth a million. Amy

  99. Nancy N says:

    That’s a little – or rather a LOT – extravagant! I can’t believe anyone would pay that much for something that you would eat. It’s like throwing away your money! Just give me good ol’ TH and I am more than happy!

  100. Debbie L says:

    Wow…ice cream and gold…these are a couple of my favorite things.

  101. Pat G. P. says:

    It would be obscene to spend that much on one dish of ice cream when people are
    losing their homes and struggling to put food on the table for their family.Anyone who would buy one definitely has more money than brains. Personally, I think the message from Caroline is from a “frat boy” looking for bragging rights.

  102. Carol Yemola says:

    Just give me some good old fashioned Chocolate!

  103. Susan says:

    It really doesn’t sound that good to me. I guess I have less than extravagant tastes. The Play-Doh ice cream toy looks like fun though. My kids would love it!

  104. Mike says:

    Looks a little too expensive for me…

  105. angela says:

    This sundae looks absolutely delicious and fun to eat. I think it would take me several days to eat since you get to keep the glass. I would have to take it home and put it in the freezer and eat a little everyday. Yum Yum!

  106. Cheryl W says:

    They call that 5 scoops?! Guess they haven’t seen my scoops, LOL…

  107. Betty Henny says:

    Yes, this overpriced concoction is something to look at, but, as is often the case, it probably looks better than it tastes! Those foolish enough to spend such outrageous sums just to say they did it, just don’t know how really foolish they are! They could have the “best of the best” with Turkey Hill priced for the masses! THANK YOU TURKEY HILL, for satisfying our tastes with great tasting quality ingredients in your affordable ice cream which we can enjoy anytime in the comfort of our humble homes! Keep up the good work and bring on your new creations (as well as all our all time favorites)! It’s like Christmas everyday!

  108. Kevin Brubaker says:

    too rich for my blood

  109. John S. says:

    Why would anyone spend that much money
    on a fancy sundae when they can enjoy
    Turkey Hill ice cream just as much for
    much, much less.

  110. Dave G. says:

    That sundae is too much for my budget! I’ll stick with good ‘ol Turkey Hill ice cream instead. A month’s supply would be a great way to start off 2009, don’t ya think?

  111. Tamika says:

    Wow…that is a Very Expensive, Luscious Treat! I would love to endulge into that sundea.

  112. Cheryl S says:

    It looks good but looks can be deceiving so I will stick with my favorite–good old turkey Hill Ice Cream!!

  113. Candi Manson says:

    Hey It Looks good BUT i’ll stick to my Turkey Hill peanut Butter ice cream.

  114. Jeanne says:

    Saw this one on TV – interesting to watch BUT not my kind of sundae–
    just give me the GOOD OLD FASHION
    kind made in my kitchen with which
    ever flavor of Turkey Hill happens
    to hit my fancy at the time….this
    is more than GOOD enough for my taste.
    Think I’ll have some now.

  115. Donna says:

    Whatever floats your boat I guess. I wouldn’t partake though.

  116. DaNeil Sousa says:

    crazy

  117. barry says:

    “23K edible gold leaf”–? gold is edible, without digestion problems? wow. not for me tho. i’d rather keep the gold spoon and eat some TH out of the carton instead.

  118. GES says:

    I’ll trade that sundae for the month of TH Ice Cream. Though the Baccarat Goblet & the Chocolat might be interesting

  119. ted baker says:

    NEW YORK CAN KEEP IT I WOULD HAVE A BANNA SPLIT

  120. Ann says:

    That’s cool!

  121. Karen Cohn says:

    Wow!

  122. Artemis says:

    Would love to try the Sundae~~~i KNOWN I COULD EAT THE WHOLE SUDAE BY MYSELF!!!

  123. Phil says:

    Sounds good! Maybe I’ll order one…..When I win the Mega Millions Jackpot…LOL!

  124. Harriet Goldstein says:

    That sundae is definitely too expensive for me. The children in our home daycare would love to play with the Play Dough Magic Swirl Ice Cream Shoppe.

  125. Meghan Scannell says:

    Now that rich ice cream treat would be a delectible delight, but that fancy, you could probably only enjoy a few bited before you would be on sugar overload or it would fill you up real quick and weigh you down. And to be honest, I would prefer take the Turkey Hill prize for today anyday over this dessert treat. I mean this dessert is only one bowl-full that would last you to the end of the night, but with a month’s supply of ice cream, you are satisfied for at least 30 days! The nice gold platter would be a reminder of your special dessert, but I think it would be better to remeber how delicious something was, and then be able ot go to the freezer and get some more anytime you wanted! Plus you have to let them know in advance 48 hours before eating the dessert. But the beauty of Turkey Hill ice cream is that you can stock the freezer with many different flavors, that way you can satisfy multiple cravings, and many differnt tast buds. You can have one flavor one night and a completely different but equally tastey one another night, or even in the same bowl. That being said, I am going in for a tripple decker right now…one scoop of chocolate chip cookie dough, one of choco mint chip, and one choco malt chip! YUMMMMMM!!! Give me the prize anyday over this rich dessert!

  126. Peggy Gorman says:

    Wow ,It is a work of art and yes I would love to try one . I bet it the taste is fabulous and so different .

  127. Adrian says:

    Ah, just give me some Turkey Hill!

  128. Lois says:

    Get rid of the unneeded additives, takes away from the cool treat of the ice cream. Give me Turkey Hill black cherry in any old dish. I just tried it and love it, just as every flavor.

  129. Mary says:

    Ice cream doesn’t have to be expensive to taste good! I’ll take TH any day.

  130. lucy and Laddie says:

    That ice cream does look good …but just think if it has freezer burn and you paid all that money !!yuk…..We’ll take turkey hill any day.

  131. Sue L says:

    Does gold taste like chocolate or vanilla? Either way, Mmmmmmmmmmm!

  132. peggy paris says:

    Dear Turkey Hill,
    I saved $997.00!!! I would name your vanilla AMERICAN VANILLA!!! Thank you for keeping your Vanilla and French Vanilla and all the other great flavors,, affordable to us supermarket people hoping to have a few dollars to spend on an extra.. like ice cream for dessert!! Peggy

  133. Ann says:

    I love TH ice cream so to me nothing would encourage me to spend that kind of money on just one bowl of ice cream. All I would be able to think about would be how much more TH ice cream I could have bought. Another reason not to buy their ice cream; who can wait 48 hours for desert? Especially for TH ice cream! Not me that’s for sure. Thanks for doing such a great job on all of your ice cream flavors. I haven’t found one that I don’t like yet! They are all delicious. Keep up the good work!

  134. Barbara Creekmur says:

    TH is the best, especially vanilla, and my grands and kids love it, also, but the grands would love the prize! It would be so great to give it to them, along with a few different flavors of TH!!!

  135. summer says:

    it looks like a ice cream exploded!!

  136. Nick says:

    I saw a tv spot about this on the food network. although ive never tried turkey hill, most of the people on this forum seem to enjoy it a lot. I’ve thought that tasting gold would be pretty cool, but a month of ice cream sounds good too. I cant decide!

  137. Nancy says:

    What an exotic sundae! Wonder if I’ll ever get to try one!

  138. Demi says:

    love this ice-cream! i think i’ll try it next time i visit the store. i cant wait

  139. karissa says:

    omgg this is one of my dream goals to try one(: ima do it for a fact i need to tryy onee itss fer shuree my one of my top to doo[: taste goldd would bee soo omgg <33

  140. Lila says:

    that looks so beatiful and ymmy mmmm…. 0:

  141. Jordan says:

    Yummy.

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  144. sd says:

    haha as cute at the little bowl on the top is, and all the little garnishing, I’d much rather buy a 1,000 dollar supply of Turkey Hill ice-cream. That’ll last me a while, n it tastes amazing! Another this, how the hell does someone eat 23K edible gold?!?! Please explain b/c it boggles my mind.

  145. deepjyoti says:

    i think thats not too expensive……..
    i think i can order 1 every day.
    $1000 is nothing.

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