#9. New Zealand – Hokey Pokey
New Zealanders consume the most ice creams per person year in the world at over 6.08 gallons (23 liters). And as New Zealand has more dairy cows than humans (6.5 million cows to 4.5 million humans), it’s not surprising the quality of their ice cream is up with the world’s best. Also these cows live outside and eat grass all year round to produce great milk and cream under strict quality control to high standards. Finally it’s a summer tradition to line up at the small corner store known as a diary to choose flavors for single or double or even triple scoops. One local flavor is called Hokey Pokey, which is vanilla with small chunks of chewy caramel.