The Yummiest Graveyard ever

14 Jul

What Happens to Ice Cream Flavors After they Die?

Ben & Jerry’s flavor graveyard in Vermont is a popular tourist attraction

WATERBURY, VT. – On a hill that overlooks a gravel parking lot, high above the stainless-steel drums that hold thousands of gallons of milk, cream, and sugar, sits a cozy cemetery plot shaded by a stand of trees. In it are more than two dozen headstones with the names of the dearly (and not-so-dearly) departed. Hundreds of people come each year to pay their respects.

For many visitors, those laid to rest here hold sweet memories. And minty ones. And chocolatey ones.

Welcome to Ben & Jerry’s flavor graveyard.

Ben Jerry Graveyard
BURIED: Monkey Wrench was one Ben & Jerry’s flavor that was discontinued. It joins the likes of Makin’ Whoopie Pie, From Russia with Buzz, and Peanuts! Popcorn!
ASHLEY TWIGGS

That’s so cool! I would love to go and pay my respects.

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One Response to “The Yummiest Graveyard ever”

  1. diana412 July 14, 2006 at 10:35 pm #

    Thats just weird..Dont think I ever heard of a place like that!!

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