Pops Artisanal Creamery is located in San Fernando, CA which, according to our ice cream GPS, is about 15 minutes north of Burbank. Nope, that’s not convenient to anything. But it doesn’t matter, because the ice cream coming out of this place is good enough to drive twice that distance. The family running Helados is from Belize, and they’ve integrated Latin American flavors into the majority of their ice cream - and the result is out of this world. There’s the insanely sweet zapote, the nut-flavored lucuma, and a coconut ice cream we want to fall asleep next to every night. Skip the cone and cup, and put it all in a hollowed out half-coconut husk to make your friends even more jealous they still haven’t come here.
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