Seven Daughters Scoops hits the spot on its first weekend

One of Seven Daughters scoop’s youngest patrons enjoying an opening day treat (Amy Leonard for The Cullman Tribune)

CULLMAN, Ala. – After holding a soft opening followed by a friends and family day last week, Seven Daughters Scoops, Cullman’s newest ice cream shop, held its official first day open on Saturday.

“Today is our first day to open. We did a soft opening on Thursday with first responders and Friday we had a family and friends’ day. It turns out we have a lot more friends than we thought. We closed at eight but were here until after ten,” shared owner Tammy Hill with a laugh.

She continued, “Seriously, today has been a great day and we’re happy to see so many people.”

Situated on Highway 31 in the former Gibbs Garden Center location at 1600 2nd Avenue NW, Seven Daughters Scoops has something for everyone.

Kids of all ages were found sitting on the patio immersed in their creamy scoops of ice creams served in cones and cups. Despite the lines, service was smooth, courteous and quick. Soon, customers were relishing in their own heavenly treats.

Flavor staples of ice cream include old fashioned vanilla, chocolate, butter pecan and mint avalanche. Other flavors will be rotated weekly and those include lemon poppyseed, cookie dough, peach, coconut almond bliss and many others. Also available is a sugar-free cashews and caramel, as well as nondairy selections on a rotating basis for customers with specific dietary needs.

Seven Daughters Scoops source their stock from The Chocolate Shoppe in Madison, Wisconsin. The Chocolate Shoppe has been in the business for 60 years and manufactures over 100 award winning flavors which it supplies to over 400 small ice cream parlors and restaurants.

Seven Daughters Scoops hours are:

Monday                               Closed

Tuesday – Friday               2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Saturday                              12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Sunday                                 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

(Amy Leonard for The Cullman Tribune)

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