Walk into Scoops on 5th and you’re greeted with a feeling of nostalgia surrounding a dazzling array of ice cream and baked goods.
The charming shop in downtown Mount Dora just celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2023.
With a wide range of flavors, from classic chocolate and vanilla to mango and mint, and dozens more, there’s a taste sensation to please everyone.
The ice cream maker uses locally sourced milk, cream, fresh fruits, and spices to create 40 flavors of premium ice cream.
With so many flavors to choose from, it’s not easy to pick. You might already have a favorite, like the always popular Cappuccino Crunch, Salted Caramel Truffle, and Coconut Chocolate Almond.
There are also exciting seasonal flavors that change.
Having trouble deciding? Order an ice cream flight, which features samples of six different flavors. It’s the perfect solution when you can’t make up your mind.
If there’s a flavor you can’t wait to eat again, just order a pint to take home.
Scoops on 5th is more than just an ice cream parlor.
You’ll find a tempting assortment of bakery items, including delectable cookies baked right in the store.
If your idea of perfection is ice cream AND cookies together, you’re in luck! Order an ice cream sandwich made with two cookies of your choice and your favorite ice cream flavor. It’s more like a meal because of the size, or you can always share it with a friend.
Cupcakes, individual cakes, eclairs, cannolis, and Keto donuts are also available, fresh from a local bakery.
Of course, milkshakes, root beer floats, malts, sundaes, sorbet, and sherbet are also on the menu.
Anyone with special food requirements will appreciate the non-diary, vegan, no-sugar added and gluten-free ice cream options.
Choose a seat inside or take your sweet treat next door to Donnelly Park where the kids can play after enjoying their goodies.
There’s always something happening in historic downtown Mount Dora, so treat yourself to a stop at Scoops on 5th whenever you’re in town.
Stop in soon and find out why it’s the area’s favorite old-fashioned ice cream parlor.