Wild Scoops is a local ice cream maker (all made in Anchorage) and wildly popular, if the line was any indication. Their ice cream is made in small batches and tries to feature local flavors. They offered enough flavors to choose from but not so many that it got confusing. The hand dipped creamy flavors came in a cup or cone, some of which were made on site. The waffle cone is made with cinnamon and their baked Alaska cone is topped with marshmallow fluff that is torched. The place smells divine while you wait for your turn. They also had lots of products for sale as well as souvenirs. We tried the Sitka Swirl which was sweet cream with homemade salted caramel made with sea salt. It was a lovely sweet, smooth ice cream that was nicely swirled with rich flavorful caramel. The Alaska Birch almond was sweet cream and toasted almonds with Bridge Creek Birch Syrup. Also, perfectly creamy and wonderfully flavored with the almonds which also added a little texture. Stop by if you’re in the area.