Cascade Glacier LLC

Cascade Glacier LLC

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(541) 345-1541

885 Grant Street

Eugene
,
OR
97402

Cascade Glacier LLC is a business providing services in the field of Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts. Cascade Glacier LLC is located in Eugene, OR on 885 Grant Street.

Cascade Glacier LLC telephone number is (541) 345-1541.

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Cascade Glacier LLC rating:5 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
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Best Licorice ice crean
Date Submitted: 2012-03-08
Found Cascade Glacier licorice ice cream at Cash n Carry on Saturday! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT. We have been searching for years for a creamy licorice ice cream. Thank you!
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 Ice Creams and Frozen Desserts, in Eugene, are  delectable sweet courses usually served chilled after the main course. They are variously flavored, and are freezing liquids, semi-solids or solids made from milk, cream, fresh fruits and may also be based on water flavors, custard and mousse.



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