Cold Rock is now selling ice cream burgers
Cold Rock Ice Cream is now selling slider-style ice cream burgers.
The burger consists of a toasted brioche bun and customers can choose their own ice cream flavour and confectionery for the inside filling. It is then placed in a box similar to the style many takeaway burger chains use.
Chocolate, caramel or strawberry topping can be added as the burger’s “sauce”.
Cold Rock Chief Executive Officer, Stan Gordan, said the burgers were about creating a fun experience for customers.
“Taking our inspiration from Italy, the true home of ice cream, we have really tried to arouse our customers’ imaginations and make our Ice Cream Sliders unique, by offering a variety of tasty and entertaining flavours and textures to enjoy,” Gordan said.
The slider burgers are available now from Cold Rock Ice Cream stores across Australia. Prices start from AUD $6.50.
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