Ice cream represents the love consciousness
Our story goes back in the late 60's when my parents came here from India. My grandfather insisted that my father and mother come to the United States to get an education and for the betterment for the family. Our parents landed in Chicago Illinois where he finished his Masters Degree in. After a couple of years we then made Lansdale, PA our home in 1979. As a child we would go to the farm and eat ice cream and go milk the cows and go for haystack rides. Those were the best times as we enjoyed each others company. In 1997 I moved down to Georgia where life was definitely different for me as Lansdale was a small town.
During 2007 my extended family owned Haagen Dazs and I was privileged to work for them for during my time that I was transitioning. After a couple of months I sat down across from the store and observed all the smiles that would come from the process of ordering ice cream. The children had big smiles and it brought me back to a certain place when I was young. That is when Lolita's Parlour was created. From there it took some time to find a brand, location and creating the final vision. Being first generation in American and seeing how hard my family worked to make a better future for us I wanted to share how important 4th of July was to us. Pennsylvania is the home for Declaration of Independence (birthday of United States) and the home of the oldest dairy. So let us all be in gratitude for our country!