What You'll Get
The most effective ways to keep cool during the summer are snacking on ice cream, jumping into pools, and wearing air-conditioning units on suspenders. Satisfy cool cravings with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of organic ice cream at Pagoto Organic Ice Cream in Brooklyn.
Pagoto Organic Ice Cream uses biodegradable products to prepare and package more than 20 flavors of natural and organic desserts. One scoop of organic hard ice cream ($4.49), standard hard ice cream ($3.99), and all-natural sorbet packed with 80% fruit ($4.39) can create a miniature snowman or a scale replica of the Taj Mahal. Desserters can also cool their flavor feelers with organic vanilla soft serve ($3.69) sprinkled with one of the sweetery's score of toppings, such as red-velvet cake crumbs or the Black Widow—a combination of dark-chocolate chunks, dried figs, almonds, and sea salt. Additionally, creamy iced delights can be packed up in pints ($5.75–$9.99) for snackers to eat in the comfort of their homes or to launch from a trebuchet at the sun's smug face.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per group. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pagoto Organic Ice Cream
A seasonal cache of more than 20 flavors of organic soft serve and all-natural hard ice cream topples into cups and cones at Pagoto Organic Ice Cream. At any given time, incarnations of pumpkin swirl may perch next to organic versions of black raspberry and pistachio ice cream and sorbets such as mango and pink lemonade made from 80% fruit. Inside the display freezer, soon-to-be-formed scoops await their journey to a cup or waffle cone where patrons can customize them with sprinkles, fruit, and candy toppings. Gourmet toppings add an extra layer of decadence, including adornments of red velvet crumbs or "Black Widow," a combination of dark-chocolate chunks, dried figs, almonds, and sea salt scraped from a mermaid's potato chips.