Victory Garden

Goat Milk Gelato Straight From The Farm
Victory Garden
Maisie wilhelm
Goat milk ice cream? I admit I was a bit skeptical, but now I'm a baah-liever! Goat milk lovers will taste the tanginess in the vanilla, but the others flavors are perfectly balanced delicious flavors! Victory Garden goat milk ice cream is healthier and easier to digest. Now that's what I call a win!
Maisie Wilhelm - The Margaret Mead of food

Victory Garden gelato is made from fresh goat milk and yogurt, sourced directly from local New York farms. Sophia Brittan started Victory Garden to create healthier ice creams from scratch using goat milk, which is lower in fat than cows’ milk, making it easy for people with lactose-intolerance to digest. Victory Garden’s fresh goat milk is locally sourced from Side Hill Acres in Candor, New York, where the goats are raised on fresh hay and grass, without any prophylactic antibiotics or hormones. The end result is a frozen treat that reflects the taste of the beautiful landscape, and makes this a healthy indulgence!

We're not the only ones who love them!

The most popular flavors are Salted Caramel, Honey Lavender, and Chocolate, and they've been written about in the New York Times, New York Magazine, GrubStreet, Eater, BuzzFeed, Gothamist, InStyle, TastingTable, FWx, Village Voice, ManRepeller, and Edible Manhattan.

Victory Garden

Goat Milk Gelato Straight From The Farm

Victory Garden gelato is made from fresh goat milk and yogurt, sourced directly from local New York farms. Sophia Brittan started Victory Garden to create healthier ice creams from scratch using goat milk, which is lower in fat than cows’ milk, making it easy for people with lactose-intolerance to digest. Victory Garden’s fresh goat milk is locally sourced from Side Hill Acres in Candor, New York, where the goats are raised on fresh hay and grass, without any prophylactic antibiotics or hormones. The end result is a frozen treat that reflects the taste of the beautiful landscape, and makes this a healthy indulgence!

We're not the only ones who love them!

The most popular flavors are Salted Caramel, Honey Lavender, and Chocolate, and they've been written about in the New York Times, New York Magazine, GrubStreet, Eater, BuzzFeed, Gothamist, InStyle, TastingTable, FWx, Village Voice, ManRepeller, and Edible Manhattan.