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It’s Travel Tuesday

You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice-cream. Yes, everyone loves that great cool treat on a hot, tropical day. Where can you get this great treat at an affordable price while enjoying the beauty and richness of Jamaica’s cultural heritage? At Devon House of course.  A heritage site and a mecca for rich treats and surprises, Devon House has a cultural diversity that has spanned the test of time for the last 127 years. Home to Jamaica’s first black millionaire, the Honourable George Stiebel, Devon House has over 11 acres of green, lush landscape right in the heart of Kingston.

Front view of Devon House Mansion

It is an oasis where one can relax and unwind with family and friends on the lawn, immerse oneself in the natural creativity found in the numerous cosy boutiques on the grounds or….enjoy a cool ice cream cone on a Sunday. You see, whilst Devon House itself has a rich history and the Devon House Mansion is open to tours, it is the delicious Devon House ice cream that drives hundreds of visitors and locals alike to partake in its tasty promise.

Devon House I Scream flagship store

A household name for A.M.A.Z.I.N.G ice-cream, Devon House I Scream features 27 flavours including authentic flavours such as Devon Stout, Soursop and Strong Back. Yum! Devon House I Scream prides itself on using natural ingredients and flavours in its ice scream. The smiles of each customer are proof that Devon House I Scream is a winner. Boasting 19th century architectural styling, the Devon House I Scream shop is open every day and is a great way to discover Jamaica. Get your cone today. Bring the family, bring your friends, bring that special someone and enjoy the sweetness.  You won’t be sorry.

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