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TastyBlock Hawaiian Shave Ice


22815 S. Figueroa St, Carson
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The rumors are true: the best Hawaiian shave ice in LA can be found in Carson. And the best flavor? Dill. Pickle. Let’s dive in. TastyBlock uses a real, proper ice machine, which shaves fine layers from a block, creating a fluffy, snow-like base. The ice is allowed to shine, never overdone with too much condensed milk, chamoy, or li hing mui powder (a salted dried plum powder that makes your mouth pucker). The standard syrups here, like blue vanilla or strawberry or guava are good, but let’s get back to the dill pickle. It’s the owner’s special creation, a lime green elixir that tastes like sweet vinegar and will boggle your mind in the best way.

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