Saddle n’ Scoop: 17-year-old starts ice cream business on Green Bluff

MEAD, Wash. — A new ice cream business is serving up scoops on Green Bluff this summer.

And the owner is only 17-years-old.

Linsey Scarlett is starting her senior year at Mt. Spokane High School and starting up her small business, Saddle N’ Scoop Ice Cream, at the same time.

She and her mom, Robin Scarlett, live in Green Bluff and started Saddle N’ Scoop literally from scratch.

The ice cream truck is really a vintage horse trailer that they both built and painted.

So far, Saddle N’ Scoop has served ice cream at Siemers Farm, Cherry Hill Orchard & Market, and Eleven Acres Farm each week.

Linsey is hoping to serve ice cream at other places around Spokane by next summer.

Saddle n' Scoop Ice Cream is open today at Eleven Acres Farm on Green Bluff! There's lots of fruits and veggies to pick…

Posted by Saddle n' Scoop Ice Cream on Saturday, August 1, 2020

Flavors of ice cream served include chocolate, vanilla, huckleberry, butter pecan, mint chocolate chip, salted caramel, cookies & cream, and strawberry. All made by Mary Lou’s Homemade Ice Cream.

Saddle N’ Scoop will be at Eleven Acres Farms this Wednesday, Aug. 19 through Sunday, Aug. 23. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Check their Instagram page to stay updated on locations and times each week.