Get Local Artisanal Ice Cream on JetBlue Mint Flights!

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I’ve only heard great things about JetBlue Mint service. Maybe one day I’ll have the opportunity to give it a try. The only problem is that it can be pricey when flying with a family of 4!

For those of you that get to fly JetBlue Mint, you can now expect “a locally curated ice cream program” according to a press release. This definitely sounds interesting to me!

The way it works is that when you fly JetBlue Mint, you’ll be served artisanal ice cream which is local to the area where you are taking off from. (I just wonder if mint flavor ice cream will be served on the flights!)

Here are the airports and ice creams you will now get served on JetBlue Mint flights:

  • JFK Airport: Blue Marble, from Brooklyn, NY has been served on Mint flights since 2014. We used to enjoy their shop until it closed. From time to time, we still get Blue Marble at Smorgasburg. Good stuff…
  • Los Angeles: Coolhaus, LA- We tried Coolhaus in NY a few times and I can’t say that I’m a fan. Either way, I’d still give it a try during a JetBlue Mint flight if offered some.
  • San Francisco: Double Rainbow- can’t say that I’ve heard of them but the press release did mention that they were awarded the best ice cream in America.
  • Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood: The Frieze- A 30 year old shop from South Florida.
  • Boston: Toscanini’s- The press release mentions that this is the best ice cream in Boston. The ice cream is handmade and I’d like to give it a try.

Have you flown JetBlue Mint? If so, what did you think of the service? As for the ice cream, have you tried any of these shops? If you have please share your thoughts below!

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