Ted and Wally’s has been using White Mountain ice cream making products since the store was established. Founded in 1853, very little has changed about the White Mountain Ice Cream Maker in the past 150 years.
The wooden bucket is made from select New England White Pine and secured with sturdy metal bands. To last for years, the wood is finished with three coats of stain and sealer. White Mountain keeps their standards high because they know their ice cream makers will last a lifetime.
The ice cream is made in these 20 gallon steel drums, set in rock salt and ice, on the outside of the drum, to freeze and aerate the ice cream mixture by spinning the drum ’round and ’round until the ice cream sets up with the right amount of air and the right texture and consistency.
Premium Ice Cream
To be considered premium ice cream, the cream needs to be a certain percentage of butterfat and Ted and Wally’s boasts an extremely high 18 percent. This process takes longer and is more labor intensive than modern methods, but the combination of using the highest-quality ingredients, original family recipes and relying on the old-fashioned ice cream making process makes a rich, creamy ice cream with an authentic real homemade flavor and texture that cannot be beat.