Baskin-Robbins’ ice cream gets spooky for Halloween
Baskin-Robbins is selling a special flavoured ice cream for Halloween; Chocolate Trick ‘n Treats.
The ice cream is milk chocolate in flavour and includes chocolate and caramel sauce swirls. Lolly pieces, orange coloured crispy rice and diced almond pieces have also been added for a crunchy texture.
Chocolate Trick ‘n Treats is available in a scoop, sundae, thick shake, take-home packs and Halloween themed ice cream cakes.
Baskin-Robbins’ General Manager, Ben Flintoff, said Halloween is becoming increasingly popular throughout Australia.
“Our guests are embracing the treat in ‘trick or treat’ more and more each year,’ he said.
“By offering Halloween inspired treats throughout the month of October, as well as giving our guests the ability to create their own spooky dessert, Baskin-Robbins is giving our guests the treat they deserve and love.”
The ice cream flavour is available now until the end of October 2016.
Baskin-Robbins was established in the US in 1945 and its Australian branch is managed by Palm Oasis Ventures, a joint venture between the Galadari Brothers and Dunkin Brands International. There are over 85 Baskin-Robbins stores across Australia.
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