Desserts let people satisfy their cravings for sweets without tapping a maple tree or milking bees for their honey. Soak up sucrose with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $5 for $10 worth of Polish Water Ice and frozen treats
- $10 for a 5-visit punch card worth $4.75 per visit (a $23.75 value)
- $18 for a 10-visit punch card worth $4.75 per visit (a $47.50 value)<p>
Choose from frozen treats such as dairy-free Polish Water Ices ($2.50–$4), shakes ($4.75), and ice-cream-infused freezes ($3–$4.50) in flavors such as mango, cherry, and watermelon.<p>
TLC's Polish Water Ice
If you visit his shop on a Wildwood, New Jersey boardwalk, Tom B. Curyto, a proud torch bearer of Polish heritage, will generously give you a free sample of Polish Ice— but he will stubbornly shake his head if you ask him how he makes it. After all, it took him years to perfect the recipe¬. Holding degrees in aeronautical and astronautical engineering, Curyto approached his endeavor like a true scientist, spending hours and hours coming up with theories, hunching over vats of frozen concoctions in his kitchen, and tasting spoonful after spoonful until getting the signature custard-like texture just right.
Today, Tom's frozen treat has won over the palates of an abundance of media publications, and can be found in TLC Polish Water Ice shops throughout five states and two US-claimed moon craters. In cheerful storefronts and boardwalk stands, soft-serve machines freshly dole out the dairy-free, fat-free, and cholesterol-free concoction in fruity flavors such as mango, green apple, and lemon. Servers also blend Polish Water Ice with ice cream to create creamy freezes, while adding candy to the mix to whip up cups of chillers.