1. Oodles of peanut butter and salted caramel at Boho Gelato, Brighton View this photo on Instagram instagram.com With over 325 flavours, from apple to avocado, you'll find it tough to choose. So we'll make it easy for you – go for the PB & Salted Caramel. 2. Whatever you'd like at Otter Valley Dairy, Devon Otter Valley Dairy Otter Valley make award-winning traditional ice cream, and serve it in a jaw-dropping setting. If you can't make it there, they do online sales too. 3. Gin and tonic sorbet at Aunty Betty’s, Stonehaven View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Deliciously refreshing, with a perfect seaside view. Why not round out your Stonehaven trip with fish and chips from The Bay? 4. A vegan cookie ice-cream sandwich at Cookies and Scream, London View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Portable, delicious, and dairy-free. So good that you should buy one for each hand. 5. A waffle cone at Yumi’s, Nottingham View this photo on Instagram instagram.com With a 1950's twist, this charming ice cream parlour has over 55 flavours to choose from. Hedge your bets and stack a couple of choices in a cone. 6. Liquid nitrogen ice cream at Science Cream, Cardiff Owen Mathias Photography/ Science Cream Take your ice cream up a notch by blasting it with nitro. And the flavours at Science Cream are similarly adventurous – above is "dry toasted rice caramelised in coconut milk". Delicious! 7. Cornish ice cream at Jelberts, Newlyn Harbour View this photo on Instagram instagram.com There's only one flavour here, and only two toppings: Cornish clotted cream and/or a flake. But who needs variety or razzle dazzle when the product's this good? 8. A sky-high cone at G&D's Café, Oxford View this photo on Instagram instagram.com One of the best things to eat in Oxford. Want to level up? Choose Belgian waffles as the vessel for your ice-cream. 9. Turkish Delight Sundae at Persepolis Café, London View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This fragrant sundae is bursting with flavour, and looks pretty as a picture. Sweet enough to share, if you're not too greedy. 10. Some gelato at Jack's Gelato, Cambridge Image by Michael J. Sim – @mikeysim –michaeljsim.squarespace.com / Via Facebook: JacksGelato With unique flavours like papaya sorbet, or peanut butter & whiskey, Jack's is a Cambridge must-try. The best bit? They'll deliver to your door. 11. Le French Elvis at Ginger's Comfort Emporium, Manchester View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You ready for this? French toast, peanut butter, bananas, salted caramel and peanut butter ice-cream and raspberry syrup. If that's too much, take a breather with their mint and fennel ice cream instead. 12. Barrel-Aged Negroni Sorbet at Black Vanilla, London View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Want to cool down a classy way? Go for this boozy sorbet, created by World of Zing. If you want to push the boat out, order a Negroni to wash it down with. 13. A cremosito at Chocolate Café, Canterbury Chocolate Café Take a leap with the cremosito at the Chocolate Café. An iced coffee-flavoured dessert, it's like a mixture of ice cream and frozen yoghurt. And it comes in a dinky glass. 14. Caramel gelato at Morelli's, Broadstairs Morelli's Morelli's in Broadstairs has been open since 1932 (since then, they've opened branches in the Middle East, Africa, America and more). Their velvety gelato is made fresh every day. Delightful. 15. A fresh fruit cone at Scoopsy Daisy, London Scoopsy Daisy Scoopsy Daisy offer a lighter take on iced-treats, combining fresh frozen fruit with natural yoghurt. Plus, their pretty colours are basically made for Instagram. 16. A hot caramel sundae at Nardinis, Glasgow and Largs View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Winner of the 2015 Golden Cone award, Nardini's is an institution. For a truly Scottish experience, try the Scottish Tablet flavour while you're there. 17. A sundae at The Parlour at Fortnum & Mason, London View this photo on Instagram instagram.com OK, so this is a splurge (the sundae above has actual caviar in it), but the other offerings aren't so expensive (a Knickerbocker Glory is £12 for example). The surroundings are fab too – think a chrome counter and fancy crockery.