Salty Caramel Truffle and Black Raspberry Thunder. Sound delicious? Those are just two of Kawartha Dairy’s renowned ice cream flavours. Summer in cottage country just wouldn’t be the same without an ice cream cone piled high with frozen goodness and it all got started in Bobcaygeon. In the early days, Kawartha Dairy was housed in a tiny three-room building in the village. Local farmers would deliver milkcans by wagon or on sleighs in winter right to the little dairy. In the fifties, owners Jack and Ila Crowe started making ice cream from the local farm-fresh milk. Today their ice cream is available through large retailers as well as ten dedicated Kawartha Dairy stores. It’s an Ontario success story and today, Kawartha Dairy is still proudly headquartered where it first began in the village of Bobcaygeon in 1937.