The best flavors come from the best ingredients. We use only all-natural cream and milk from a local creamery, just 50 miles from our scoop shop in Washington, DC. We are proud that our small-batch technique – just a few gallons at a time – allows us to create the highest-quality product and the freshest flavors. Ice Cream Jubilee supports local businesses and constantly seeks ways to improve how we source our ingredients and manage our impact on the world.
Hi, I’m Victoria! I love ice cream because each of us has a wonderful, happy memory about it. To me, ice cream is how I celebrate love and togetherness. Ice Cream Jubilee is my way to bring joy to others through imaginative flavors and irrepressible smiles. I started making ice cream in my apartment kitchen in 2009. Tapping into my creativity to invent flavors made me so happy that I took a vacation from my corporate law career to apprentice at a pie shop in Brooklyn called Four and Twenty Blackbirds. Kneading pie crusts by hand and being immersed in a flavorful world where people made careers of their passions recharged me, and I decided to deliberately add passion, creativity, color, and flavors to every aspect of my life. I moved to Washington, D.C. a few months later to accept my dream job working as a presidential appointee at the Department of Homeland Security. Despite the long hours, I dedicated my nights and weekends to my love for inventing ice cream flavors. I hosted tasting sessions at my apartment and in my friends’ homes, not knowing exactly what I was building momentum toward. In 2013, I attended the famous Penn State University ice cream seminar, graduating as class president, and began recruiting friends to make ice cream with me on Thursday nights. I started selling twelve flavors in grocery stores and restaurants, and that July Ice Cream Jubilee was voted People’s Choice for Best Ice Cream at the DC Scoop competition. I started Ice Cream Jubilee to share my passion with others and encourage people to explore the pursuits that make them as happy as ice cream makes me.