Truthfully Cherry

January 18, 2013

cherry chocolateGood news for all you cherry lovers out there: today marks the first day that Praline’s is offering Truthfully Cherry limited ice cream! This seasonal flavor will only be available for a month, so make sure you get over to Praline’s for a scoop of this amazing flavor. Honestly, it’s that good.

Everyone knows that chocolate and cherry were practically made for each other; therefore, Pralines went ahead and made the perfect chocolate and cherry ice cream snack that is sure to make even the most doubtful ice cream fans true believers. Truthfully Cherry is the perfect combination of cherry and chocolate. To achieve the perfect blend, we thoroughly mixed chocolate thunder ice cream with chocolate cherry swirl. We then added cherry cordials, maraschino cherries and chocolate flakes to give this treat a chocolaty finish and a strong cherry impression. Cherry ice cream lovers are in for a real treat with this seasonal flavor. Don’t believe us? Then come down to Praline’s and try a scoop for yourself! But hurry, we will only be serving this delicious cherry treat while supplies last.

Think it’s too cold for a giant scoop of Truthfully Cherry ice cream from Praline’s Own Made? Put on some mittens, grab a hat, and brave winter’s fury, because this flavor will only be offered until February 15. Don’t worry about the cold; we have plenty of hot cocoa and coffee to help warm you up before you try a scoop of this delicious seasonal flavor. Plus, when everyone is talking about Truthfully Cherry and the opportunity to try this flavor is gone, how will you feel then? If you’ve never gone out for ice cream during the winter then now is your chance to try something new. We are here all winter long and would be delighted for your first winter ice cream experience to be with us. Praline’s ice cream is made fresh daily with only the finest ingredients, so come enjoy our new seasonal flavor from Connecticut’s highest quality ice cream shop. See you soon!

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