I think we’re pretty safe to say that most every country in the world enjoys ice cream (we’ll include sorbets in that mix) in one way or another. Whilst the old favourites stand the test of time, there is an ever growing list of new and interesting flavours being invented, including the famous (or infamous?) bacon and eggs ice cream by renowned chef Heston Blumenthal. But what’s your favourite? Based on some internet plagiarism (standard – thank you allthingslists.com) here are some front runners based on country: Chocolate (US) Vanilla (UK) – how dull?! Cookie Dough (US, Mexico, Argentina and Germany) Neapolitan (France, Italy) Banana (Philippines) Toffee (Iceland, Austria, Bahrain) Rocky road (Singapore) Strawberry (Turkey) Green Tea (Japan) Watermelon (Netherlands) Chocolate brownie (Colombia) Oreo (Kenya) Coconut (Thailand) More importantly, which countries eat the most ice cream? The following quantities are litres per year, per capita Rank Country Consumption 1 New Zealand 28.4 2 United States 20.8 3 Australia 18 4 Finland 14.2 5 Sweden 12 6 Canada 10.6 7 Denmark 9.8 8 Ireland 8.4 9 Italy 8 10 United Kingdom 7 Go NZ! Small-ish country with a mighty appetite for the frozen treat.