Mancini's of Ayr
Scots-Italian company Mancini’s has been in business for more than 100 years and four generations, trading out of the same shop at 11 New Road, Ayr, continuously since 1925. Among over 200 varieties of dairy and non-dairy ice-cream and fresh fruit sorbets, plus various Italian frozen desserts, experimental flavours can include such intriguingly named inventions as Sexy Chocolate, Blushing Bride and Toffee Rippled Earthquake Crumble. Drop in on Burns’ Night and you might even get to sample haggis-flavoured ice-cream.
- Open since: 1925
Reviews & features
The Ayrshire ice cream trail20 Mar 2015
Ayrshire brown and white cows help supply the region with fresh ice cream
For an area with such a rich history in dairy farming and production, it’s perhaps little wonder that ice cream making is booming in Ayrshire. You can sample scoops in common and exotic flavours galore up and down the region. In the north west…