Tiger tail ice cream

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Tiger tail ice cream has seen a nostalgia-related resurgence in recent years.

Tiger tail ice cream (also simply called tiger tail) is orange-flavoured ice cream with black licorice swirl. It is popular in Canada, and not often found elsewhere. Created by Morgan Carr[1] it is distinct from licorice-flavoured ice cream.[2] Tiger tail is popular with children.[3] This flavour of ice cream is offered by such companies as Kawartha Dairy Company,[4] Baskin-Robbins,[1] Tiger tail is considered a retro ice cream and it has seen a nostalgia-related resurgence in recent years.[5] Tiger Tail Swirl, a cotton fabric, is named after the ice cream.[6]


  1. ^ a b Beverley Mitchell (July 31, 1989). "Grown-ups are Biggest Consumers of Ice Cream". The Gazette. p. B7. 
  2. ^ Julie Crawford (June 14, 2002). "Seeking Out Your Just Desserts". North Shore News. p. 8. 
  3. ^ Shelley Boettcher (June 13, 2010). "Scream for Ice Cream". Calgary Herald. p. D5. 
  4. ^ Jason Rehel (March 26, 2011). "The Ice Cream will Float Your Boat". National Post. p. TO4. 
  5. ^ Wency Leung (July 14, 2010). "Chill Out". The Globe and Mail. p. L1. 
  6. ^ Andrew Sardone (November 2, 2013). "Throwing the Catwalk a Curve". The Globe and Mail. p. L13.