BREVARD COUNTY – The summer heat is simply starting, but Cosmos Ice Cream Truck is a move for cooling down Brevard with delicious treats.
The family-owned Cosmos, marketed because the “World’s Largest Ice Cream Truck,” is an own family-owned enterprise with Tanisha Davis at the helm of the large airport travel turned 40 -foot long ice cream stand. Mrs. Davis, born and raised in San Francisco, is a military veteran who started cooking in the course of her service in the Air Force. She usually had aspiring dreams to own her personal, commercial enterprise within the meals carrier enterprise.
“I’ve constantly wanted to own my personal food truck,” Mrs. Davis said. “I had an e-book: ‘Food Trucks for Dummies’ and on every occasion I might look through it, I could wonder wherein I might start.” While perusing Craigslist on Veterans Day of 2011, she observed her starting point, indexed for sale, changed into both the bus and the commercial enterprise from a previous owner positioned in Miami.
“I went there, met the couple, I tasted the ice cream, and I said, ‘This is it,’” Mrs. Davis said.
Believing the Cosmos call become more as it should be catered to the Space Coast, they relocated it to Brevard. She formally sold the business in December of 2018. “I’m fortunate due to the fact people are very receptive to the enterprise and that they love the ice cream,” Mrs. Davis stated.
Cosmos Ice Cream Truck has every taste you can imagine, also offering sorbet and vegan flavors. However, the tips are their unique flavors like “Cosmic Unicorn,” any vanilla flavor with cosmic glitter, whipped cream, and a mini cone on the pinnacle, or “Nutella Neutron,” Nutella ice cream, shredded coconut brownie pieces, and sliced almonds.
Mrs. David said she’s additionally wowed clients with specialties like “S’ mores System” and “Planet PB&J.”
The procedure in the back of the training isn’t like different ice creameries.
“We’re liquid nitrogen ice cream,” Mrs. David stated. “We start with a cream base, and then we freeze it here at the bus, and each batch is made self-made.” The cream base is made thru a dispenser and then poured right into a kitchen mixer. A blast from the nitrogen hose provides the freezing aspect, which could mild the level of consistency.
This technique is crucial, Mrs. Davis explains, with identical elements of understanding and ardor, to make certain clients won’t get a short melting product in the regularly overbearing Florida sun. When I heard approximately the precise and innovative flavors, selecting a simple, singular flavor immediately left my mind. I needed to strive the “Planet PB&J” to see how a distinct taste may be encompassed inside the ice cream.
Mrs. Davis was spot on when she explained Cosmos selections are an awful lot creamer than everyday ice cream. The PB&J tasted similar to the sandwich would, however, with the brought enforce of graham cracker bits, which only helped accentuate the beauty. The consistency turned into a firm without being overly frozen and stayed steady in flavor, even at some stage in the melting method.
Mrs. Davis defined that some ice cream can work stupid in flavor if processed through ice and rock salt, which become a traditional shape of creating homemade ice cream. The Davis own family takes delight in knowing they’re growing a delicious project but added that their creations make their customers satisfied. With help from her husband, Kevin Davis, son, Dakari Davis, and mother, Fenella Long, Cosmos Ice Cream Truck serves numerous places around Brevard County, presenting catering services and parties.