Top your ice cream with perfume: Salt & Straw offers unique deal for National Ice Cream Day

Edible perfume comes in 3 aromas

Salt & Straw's new edible perfume (Salt & Straw)

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – A trip to an ice cream parlor already comes with plenty of delicious aromas, but Salt & Straw is looking to take those scents to a new level by offering to top your frozen treat with a spray of perfume.

The Portland-based business already known for its eclectic ice cream flavors is getting ready to serve up an edible “culinary perfume” for its customers to enjoy, according to a news release.


In order to get people excited about the new scents, the chain of ice cream shops will be offering a free spritz of the perfume on any of its ice cream flavors for National Ice Cream Day, July 17, the release reads.

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The perfume comes in three aromas:

  • A Cloud of Cocoa
  • A Plume of Blooms
  • A Swoon of Citrus
Edible perfume available in three aromas (Salt & Straw)

The offer will be available at all Salt & Straw’s parlors, including its location at Disney Springs.

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After July 17, the perfume will be offered as a topping for 50 cents. Customers will also be able to buy a bottle of the fragrance for $65, according to the company.

In addition to the free spray at scoop shops, Salt & Straw is also offering an online deal from July 14-18 where anyone who orders five pints of ice cream will get a sixth surprise pint for free, the release said.

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Thomas Mates is a digital storyteller for News 6 and He also produces the podcast Florida Foodie. Thomas is originally from Northeastern Pennsylvania and worked in Portland, Oregon before moving to Central Florida in August 2018. He graduated from Temple University with a degree in Journalism in 2010.