We all scream for ice cream ― but apparently people in different states scream for very different flavors.
Sunday marks National Ice Cream Day, and to mark the occasion, Google released some interesting search trends data about the beloved frozen treat. The tech company compiled a list of the most uniquely searched ice cream flavors over the past week in every U.S. state and the District of Columbia (meaning, flavors that were more searched in each relative to searches in the nation overall).
Unsurprisingly, peach ice cream is the most top pick in Georgia, the Peach State, but it also took the No. 1 spot in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Vanilla is a popular (if, by definition, unexciting) choice. People in Oregon, Utah and Washington crave spumoni, and the folks in California and Hawaii are all about boba ice cream.
Keep scrolling for the breakdown of each locale’s most uniquely searched ice cream flavors
Connecticut ― Peaches and Cream
Massachusetts ― Cookie Monster
Minnesota ― Cookie Monster
Nevada ― Strawberry Shortcake
New Hampshire ― Black Raspberry
New Jersey ― Mint Chocolate Chip
New York ― Black Raspberry
North Dakota ― Coconut Milk
Pennsylvania ― Milky Way
Rhode Island ― Neapolitan
South Dakota ― Butter Brickle
West Virginia ― Rocky Road