The real surprise is that I have a Post-Punk Kitchen recipe I've been testing and will be ready to write about tomorrow, but in the meantime, have some coconut-milk ice cream.
Larry and Luna's Coconut Bliss is now hekshered parve with the heart-K. It's also still vegan, gluten-free, and sweetened with agave nectar. I found the chocolate hazelnut fudge flavor to be less aggressively coconut-y than prior flavors I've tried, with an extra crunch from the nuts and a strong chocolate flavor complemented by the more subtle hazelnut, which creates a drier sensation on the palate similar to some of their other products. I suspect this is their homage to nocciola, the traditional gelato.
Turtle Mountain's Purely Decadent coconut milk mint chip, by contrast, is very icy like a sorbet. It shares all of the positive production attributes listed above The mint flavor is quite refreshing and tastes natural. I am a bit taken aback by the ingredient list, which includes beet sugar to make the (Dutch) chocolate used for the chips, chicory, and carob (the root of all evil), and yet when I was eating it I thought it was delicious, so perhaps I shouldn't have revealed this to you before you tried it.
It's interesting to me how these non-dairy products, and also something like Soy/Rice/Hemp Dream, use words in their names to emphasize the idyll you will presumably enjoy if you eat them. It's almost like they're trying to convince skeptics that the stuff will taste good ;)