It’s not really a surprise that National Ice Cream Month falls in the middle of the summer. And Americans are notorious for loving ice cream, but we’re not alone. You might even be surprised that the state that consumes the most ice cream per capita is Alaska! That’s right.
But around the world, ice cream varies by style and reflects the tastes of different cultures. From flavors like green tea to cardamom, popular flavors that play key roles in the culture are easy to see as well.
Watch this video to see some of the different ways people enjoy ice cream around the world, from ice cream rolls in Thailand to Jipangyi in Korea where ice cream is served in filled in a puffed corn tube.
Here’s an infographic of unique ice cream flavors in different cities and countries.