"Is it good?" asked the family next to me when I asked for a blueberry ice. Never tried it before, I told them; I ordered blueberry because the Mets were home that evening.
Despite the surreal color, it had a realistic flavor, though the feel of semifrozen berries in my mouth was curious at best (medium; $2).
Another time, I was surprised by the colors of licorice and apple ices (separate $1.50 small cups, in the first and second photos below; the Lemon Ice King doesn't mix flavors). For the licorice, I imagined gray; the actual ice might have been lemon, if not for the occasional black tidbit that bled color into the surrounding white. For the apple, green was so fixed in my mind that I thought my server must have heard "almond" when I took custody of a brown ice with slivers...of apples, after all. Sparkling flavor from both.
Also shown below: peanut, suffused with flavor and very rich for an ice; and the namesake lemon.
The Lemon Ice King of Corona
52-02 108th St. (at Corona Ave.), Queens