Dippin' Dots is an ice cream snack invented by Curt Jones in 1988. The confection is created by a flash-freezing ice cream mix in liquid nitrogen. The snack is made by Dippin' Dots, Inc., headquartered in Paducah, Kentucky. Dippin' Dots are sold in 14 countries, including Honduras and Luxembourg
Dippin’ Dots Ice Cream proved to be irresistibly fun to eat. In the late 80s and early 90s, the company began selling their product in theme parks and other entertainment venues across America. By 2000, they had expanded into Japan as well. Today, you can find them in more than 100 shopping centers and retail locations coast-to-coast.