Have You Tried Tillamook Ice Cream?

Tillamook Ice Cream

Tillamook makes so many amazing ice cream varieties, we can’t pick a favorite! (Photo courtesy Tillamook, Facebook)

If you have followed us for any time at all you already know our secret. Heather and I are food snobs. We are foodies through and through. So we are always looking for the absolute best products to use in our kitchen, serve at our table, and tell our readers about on our blog and social media channels. That’s why we are so delighted to tell you about one of our new favorite things: an amazing family of products called Tillamook. In fact, we love this brand so much, we simply had to tell you about it too!

From the very first bite we took of their Cinnamon Horchata Ice Cream, we were hooked. While other companies like Breyers seem to have sold out and now use cheaper ingredients which now make their products seem simply mediocre, Tillamook offers consumers one of the best ice creams out there, so rich and creamy it transports us back to the mom and pop creameries we used to frequent during our languid summer seasons on Cape Cod. (We’d compare it to Oregon, where Tillamook originates, but we haven’t been yet.) And it seems like every time we try a new flavor, whether it’s their White Chocolate Raspberry Yum, Tillamook Mudslide, or the fabulous Marionberry Pie, they’re all so good we simply can’t decide which is our favorite! So we’ll just keep trying new flavors every time we go to the store.

Now we’ve discovered that Tillamook also makes yogurt, cheese, sour cream and butter as well, and they’re just as incredible as the ice cream! Yes, we are now devoted fans who are so happy Tillamook is dedicated to bringing healthy, delicious wholesomeness to our family, even here in Texas. We hope you’ll try the Tillamook brand. We’re sure you’ll appreciate their commitment to excellence as much as we do and will want to share their tasty eats with all your friends too.

If you have already tried Tillamook, what is your favorite product? Tell us in the comments below!

Tillamook product line

What are you waiting for? Try Tillamook’s awesome product line now! (Photo courtesy Tillamook, Facebook)

p.s. This isn’t a paid advertorial, simply our overwhelming endorsement of a phenomenal product line. 



About Jathan Fink
Jathan is a journalist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. He is also a travel junkie, foodie and jazz aficionado. A California native, he resides in Texas.

7 Responses to Have You Tried Tillamook Ice Cream?

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  2. emchokie says:


    I just discovered Tillamook ice cream a couple of weeks ago and have to agree it’s the best thing out there! I’ve been so disappointed looking at different brand’s ingredients and not finding natural ones until coming across Tillamook. The flavors are so rich that you can’t get it out of your head! 😋 🍨

  3. Pamela Rahilly says:

    We visited the creamery when we lived in California, but we didn’t try it then because the store closed at 5:00 PM. We stayed the night there and ventured on to Highway 101, returning home. (That was 45 years ago. They had such happy cows.) I’ve now relocated to New York, but flew to Kamiah, Idaho. Their grocery store sells it, in a variety of flavors. I also found their cheese at Trader Joe’s in Danbury, Connecticut.

    • Jathan Fink says:

      Pam, you’re so fortunate to have been able to travel to the creamery! We’ve been wanting to visit it for years now. We keep hoping to make it there and indulge in some of their fresh products right where they are made, especially now that we’ve heard that Tillamook just created a few new flavors of ice cream which we can’t wait to try: Creamy PB+J, Buttered Maple Pancakes, and Monster Cookie. The goodness never ends!

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