Ecuador Ice Cream Business

An Ecuador ice cream business is a way to create income from Ecuador and really have fun as well. Ecuador ice cream business? “Come on,” you say.

Yes I believe some of you can cash in on an Ecuador ice cream business. Having fun… well everyone likes Ecuador ice cream. Business too. Read why below.

A warm breeze billows a message of freshness and new crops. Patchwork quilts of green plowed by a farmer with brown and white oxen rise through the valley mists. I hang on.

Ibarra Ecuador Feb. 27 2001. I am riding in the back of a dusty, pickup truck and getting wet! I was not looking for an Ecuador ice cream business. This was Carnival and the tradition here is for the kids to throw buckets of water and water balloons at traffic that passes by. We were weaving along cobblestone village lanes watching for local aqua bombarding waifs who has been forewarned of our arrival by the roar of our engine. We were watching to know when to duck!

Our trusty driver slowed or sped up to ward off the sodden arcs as they are thrown. Most of them missed. Yet a few got lucky. One tiny, barefooted girl in a green ragged dress and a dirty nose, not more than four I would guess, caught me perfectly with a full yellow, water balloon. Our guest John, got a whole bucketful in the chest. Luckily the sun was warm, the air flows and we dry out quickly. What a fun way to conduct a business! Forget about the profits available from an Ecuador ice cream business. Well maybe not quite. See why as you read on.

Merri and I have driven with friends to look at some farms for sale. We rode along wide clean boulevards lined with stately Canary date palms, their trunks painted white as we entered this 80,000 populated town. Then we hustled into the city center to look at some secrets our friend and guide Santiago Guaminy wanted to share. He was not thinking about an Ecuador ice cream business We were looking for business opportunities, but he was taking us there just for thee sweets.

The first (sweet and business opportunity) came in the form of a candy shop where they specialize in a blackberry syrup and sugarcane candy called Nogada. This walnut covered candy comes in four flavors, (blackberry, vanilla, cream and cinnamon). This delight is packaged in circular and heart shaped wooden containers (perfect for export) and is highly unusual. I bought over a dozen for gifts. The cost retail? Mere dollars.

The next surprise was even better, the Ecuador ice cream business opportunity which popped up in an ice cream shop named Rosalia Suarez. This shop, opened 105 years ago by Mama Rosalia, makes its own ice cream and sherbets on the spot. A large, round wooden bowl is lined with thatch and loaded with salt, sugarcane, ice and fruit. Stirred with a huge wooden spoon the resulting sherbet is slightly below heaven, but not much. Unless you have tasted fresh, home made ice cream on a hot day while sitting under a shady oak tree, you cannot begin to imagine the treat.

Flavors you know are blackberry, coconut, banana, mango, cream, and chocolate. Others such as guanabana, fruitilla, naranjilla, ovo, taxo and maracuya are pretty much endemic to Ecuador but no less delicious. All are served up with barquillos (wafers made from banana skin).

In the name of good journalism I had to taste them all!

They are all exquisite, I can professionally report. They also create an excellent Ecuador ice cream business opportunity.

The shop is like old fashioned soda fountains used to be, white tile floor, charming white chairs and tables and big servings. The cost for all six of us was a puny three bucks.

This is a good Ecuador ice cream business idea to take to U.S. cites especially with large Latin populations.

The farms we saw would make farmers in the north weep, direct sun 365 days a year, volcanic soil, sweet, good natured labor at $50 to $75 a month. The cows were so healthy, the fruit and vegetables so ripe and huge, the meadows so green. Prices were low. One 5,000 acre majestic farm started at $1,000,000 and I expect will sell for much less.

But the real reason we love Ibbarra (which by the way is one of the cleanest cities in Ecuador) is as a source of wood products and art. We are buying really low cost products in Ecuador and selling them over eBay. What a nice place to begin an Ecuador ice cream business.

Combining good international investing with the greatest asset of all, the ability to earn wherever you live,  brings everlasting wealth.

Why not start an Ecuador ice cream business… hand make your ice cream as we do at our hotel.  Or export Ecuador ice cream hand making ideas and good to Canada or the US. Here is Eduardo at our Ecuador hotel Meson de las flores hand making making ice cream.

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Here is a health angle about Ecuador ice cream.

This is why we offer our course Tangled Web… How to Have an Internet Business.

A clear mind and healthy body are also a vital assets… plus a second language is a powerful diversification tool.

This is why I am willing to pay you $300 to attend either our Ecuador Super Thinking plus Spanish seminar in September or our North Carolina International Business & Investing seminar in October.  Sign up for either seminar and I will email you our Tangled Web… How to Have an Internet Business Course (offered at $299) free plus I’ll knock an extra dollar off your seminar fee…. to round up the $300 savings.

See details of the two seminar below.

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Thomas Fischer of Jyske Global Asset Mangement in Denmark teaching at our IBEZ seminar.

Join Merri, Thomas Fischer of JGAM, our webmaster David Cross and me in North Carolina this October and enroll in our emailed course on how to have a web business free.  Save $300.

Learn more about global investing, how to have an international business and diversification in Ecuador at the seminar.

Oct. 9-11 IBEZ North Carolina

Here is an email for a recent seminar delegate: Hello Gary and Merri,  I have wanted to write to tell you how much we enjoyed your IBEZ seminar, and to thank you both for inviting us all into your lovely home for lunch last Sunday.  Merri, again, thank you for taking the time to prepare foods especially for me; they were delicious, and I appreciate your effort!  Thank you for a thoroughly enjoyable, very well done, stimulating seminar.  I came away not only with all the notes provided, but also with many ideas which I plan to begin working on now that we are back home.  Wishing you all the best,

Or join us in Ecuador and learn more about living and retiring in Ecuador.

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We take delegates on our Ecuador seminars to Otavalo markets.  Many buy enough goods to resell n Nort America t pay for their entire trip.  These llama scares are on to of the most popular items.

Sept. 17-21 Ecuador Spanish Course
Sept. 23-24 Imbabura Real Estate Tour
Sept. 25-28 Ecuador Coastal Real Estate Tour

Oct. 21-24 Ecuador Import Export Tour

Nov. 6-8 IBEZ Ecuador Seminar
Nov. 9-10 Imbabura Real Estate Tour
Nov. 11-14 Ecuador Coastal Real Estate Tour

Attend any two Ecuador seminar or tours in a calendar month…$949 for one.  $1,349 for two.

Attend any three Ecuador courses or tours in a calendar month…$1,199 for one.  $1,799 for two.