My daughters, Hannah and Emily - 1985

My daughters, Hannah and Emily – May 1985

Almond ~ Clear.
Baltimore Egg Custard ~ You’ll think you’re in Maryland and I have Marshmallow Fluff!
Banana ~ Reminds me of the banana taffy I had when I was a kid.
Birthday Cake ~ Bring your own candles!
Blackberry ~ The only things missing are the seeds.
Black Cherry Try it with a splash of Mango.
Blueberry ~ Reminds me of the girl in Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
Blue Raz ~ A perennial favorite.  
Bubblegum ~ After one bite, a 40-something lady exclaimed, “I’m 8 again!”
Cajun Red Hot ~ Just like the little red candies.
Cantaloupe ~ If I could buy cantaloupe this good, I’d eat one every day.
Cappuccino ~ Top it with a splash of French Vanilla.
Chai ~ Just like the tea, fragrant and delicious.
Cheesecake ~ Sky’s the limit for cheesecake flavors. Clear. 
Cherry ~ Another old-school favorite.
Chocolate ~ This can become so decadent.
Coconut ~ Plain and simple and oh so refreshing. Clear.
Cotton Candy ~ I couldn’t believe how perfectly delightful this tastes!
Cookie Dough ~ Yes! Exactly what you think.
French Vanilla ~ Oo la la, ma cherie ~ splash on the Cappuccino for a little extra flair.
Fuzzy Navel ~ Fuzzy is the peach, navel is the orange with an undertone of Peach Schnapps.
Grape ~  A full Concord flavor, currently one of the Queen’s favorites.
Green Apple ~  Try it with a spritz of War Head or drizzle with Caramel to benefit Bit of Hope Ranch.
Horchata ~ The traditional flavor of cinnamon rice milk. Clear.
HurricaneIt’s the only kind we want in Florida. Have you ever been to Pat O’s in New Orleans?
Ice Cream ~ Primarily used in the Dreamsicle and Root Beer Floats.
Kiwi ~  from Hawaii
Key Lime Pie ~  Lace it with sweetened condensed milk inside and on top.
LemonadeNice accent when splashed over Blackberry.
Ling Ling ~ It’ll remind you of Japanese plum wine. Light and refreshing.
Loopy Fruit ~ A Sno Queen Original consisting of numerous fruit flavors: Lemon, Cherry, Black Cherry, Strawberry, Mango, Orange, Tangerine, Apricot, Peach & Pineapple. Try it, it’s delicious.
Mango  ~ 
Have you tried this with Black Cherry?

MargaritaLoopy Fruit + Rita = Loopy Rita.
*Melona ~ another one from Hawaii. Tell me how fabulous it is!
Nectar ~ Created in a drug store on Canal Street in NOLA around the turn of the last century.
Orange ~ Main ingredient of a Creamsicle.
Orchid Vanilla ~I like it best when paired with cream and drizzled with sweetened condensed milk.
Passion Fruit ~
You’ll fall in love with this one and enhanced with a drizzle of local honey.
Peach ~ 
perhaps with a splash of Red Raspberry?
Peanut Butter ~
 Great with chocolate for a You-Know-What!
Pina Colada ~ 
I like it with a splash of strawberry.
Pineapple ~ 
The “P” in the PMS.

Pomegranate ~ Call it Pom for obvious reasons.
*POG ~ 
Straight from Hawaii. Passion fruit. Orange. Guava. 

Praline ~ Ask for optional cream for a real southern confection.
Red Raz ~ 
Yes, it is different from Blue Raz.
Red Velvet Cake ~
Does this really need an explanation? Maybe as a cheesecake? Made even more decadent with SCM.
Root Beer ~
All the flavor without the carbonation.
Sangria ~ Does this need an explanation? It’s the newest kid on the block.
Sea Breeze ~ An outstanding blend of cranberry and grapefruit.
Silver Fox ~
Vanilla. Almond. Vanilla? Almond? Got it?  Clear.
Snow Angel ~
An apple-based punch. My second favorite flavor. You should try a Loopy Angel.
Skylite ~
Straight from Baltimore!
Spearmint ~ 
It was my mother’s favorite.
Strawberry ~
A comfortable and “safe” flavor that’s a good place to start if you’ve never had a Real New Orleans Snoball.
Strawberry Cheesecake ~
Extra delicious with cream and drizzled with condensed milk
*Tamarind* ~ Limited supply from Hawaii
Tiger Blood ~ 
A favorite combination of Strawberry & Coconut. No tigers were harmed in the making of this flavor.
Toasted Almond ~
The perfect blend of Toasted Coconut and Almond. Clear.
Toasted Coconut ~
Part of the Almond Jo. Nearly clear. 
Toffee ~ 
Leave it alone plain and simple or we can dress this up rather nicely,  just ask. 
Tutti Fruiti ~
A Top Secret blend of several flavors. If I told you I’d have to put you on the payroll.                                         

Tropical Punch ~ A delicious fruity blend that takes you back to the islands.
Watermelon ~ 
Got a thumbs up from a self-proclaimed “watermelon expert.”
Wedding Cake ~
Hear the bells? With an undertone of Bavarian cream. Clear.




Aloha – A delightful combination of pineapple & toasted coconut syrups topped with sweetened condensed milk, coconut flakes and topped with a cherry. I don’t recommend the chocolate drizzle depicted in this image.


My friend, Don, with Bit of Hope.

My friend, Don, with Key Lime Pie. He’s my biggest fan. Check out his website Don Moore’s War Tales.

Bit of Hope – Green Apple drizzled with Caramel
Cost of the topping goes to Bit of Hope Ranch and Youth Center, a local non-profit organization.

Peppermint PatYou know what this tastes like!

Chantilly Lace – Wedding Cake laced with SCM

Almond Josephine – Toasted Coconut & Almond laced with Double Chocolate Syrup topped with SCM

French Toast topped with sweetened condensed milk.

French Toast double-drizzled with sweetened condensed milk & maple syrup from Vermont.

French ToastA dear friend calls it “love in a cup.”

Creamsicle or Dreamsicle – whatever you call it, it’s  just what you’d expect

Root Beer Float – this one will take you back to the 50s

Peach Melba – Peach splashed with red raspberry drizzled with SCM

GI Jude: Spearmint, Chocolate & SCM from the suggestion of my grandson to make a GI Joe snoball.

GI JudeSpearmint, Chocolate & SCM – the top collapsed under the weight of the chocolate and SCM!

Sugar free  – Ask

Some come – some go. Only the favorites stay.


Cream,  Sweetened Condensed Milk [SCM] – some call it NOLA Cream.

Caramel, War Head spray, Whipped Cream & Sprinkles, Marshmallow Fluff, Gummy Bears,

Local honey from the Cape Haze area. Honey is especially good on Passion Fruit, POM and Mango.

By special request: Tajin Fruit Seasoning.


Summer Hours

Wednesday – Saturday 1 p.m. – until at least 7:00 p.m.

Sunday 1 p.m.  until at least 6 p.m.

*Not open in inclement weather!  Click here for Englewood’s weather report.

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Please don’t call them gourmet – otherwise I’ll have to raise the prices.

See the little blue trailer at 180 North Indiana Avenue, Englewood, Fla.

The Sno Queen
180 North Indiana Avenue
Englewood, FL 34223
941.548.8095 (text preferred)

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