Sno-Ball Season in New Orleans
We don’t have snow ball fights in New Orleans and we leave off the ‘w’ when we spell sno. When we talk about New Orleans sno-balls we smile and we lick our lips and rub our bellies. Summertime is sno-ball season in New Orleans no matter how you spell it. Stay at a real New Orleans B&B and you’ll learn everything you need to know about New Orleans sno-balls. Listen to your innkeeper and you’ll taste some of the best sno-balls in the city, too.
SNO-BALL SEASON IN NEW ORLEANS IS A MAGICAL TIME OF YEAR.
Every season is a magical time of year in New Orleans, of course. All of New Orleans’ neighborhoods have their favorite sno-ball stands. There will be one located a few streets away from your New Orleans B&B’s address. Guess which sno-ball stand is the best in the city? It’s that one.
For those who don’t know, a sno-ball is a cup of shaved ice doused with flavored syrup. The results of 2017’s sales haven’t yet been released., but here is a list of the top 10 sno-ball flavors of 2016 (2018 will be similar, we’re sure):
2. Tiger’s Blood
4. Blue Raspberry
5. Piña Colada
7. Wedding Cake
IT’S SNO-BALL SEASON IN NEW ORLEANS. CLAP YOUR HANDS!
There are as more flavors of sno-balls than there are colors of the rainbow or ways that people can be happy in New Orleans. Sno-ball season, roughly around March to November, is when New Orleans comes alive with iced flavors that are sampled and savored with relish. Consider the stuffed sno-ball: it contains a scoop of ice cream. Consider trying a sno-ball with condensed milk added to the syrup—it’s delicious.
Sno-ball connoisseurs all have their own opinions of which flavor is the most refreshing and invigorating. Ask a local. Ask a New Orleans B&B innkeeper. Discover a side of New Orleans that you didn’t know existed. There is a lot about New Orleans that you will only discover by staying at a New Orleans B&B.
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